Restaurants in Taman Desa – 28 Restaurants
With the 55 years in yong tau fu making business, Mr Ray had transformed its business from the traditional yong tau fu to the creative idea which is the yong tau foo grilled over charcoal.
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One of the highly recommended and rather addictive will be this Curry Pig Skin with Dried Shrimps Cheong Fun RM3.90 where each mouthful comes slurpy and good.
We Available have Nasi Lemak, Bao, Dim Sum, Chicken Rice, Pork Mee, Carry Mee, Sarawak Mee, Loh Mee.We Also popular pan mee, Jawa Mee, Yang Dao Foo.And We Popular At Taman Desa is The Kopi,Roti Bakar and Oat Bread.
This means, in addition to fluffy grains of coconut milk rice, spicy-savory sambal, crispy ikan bilis (larger in size than the usual variety), you will also be offered some of her signature pickled pineapple and cucumber relish, which is utterly addictive — so good you can eat it on its own. But what sets Karen’s nasi lemak apart from the rest is the option to add a side of dry curried wild boar. Hardly the most common in town, much less paired with nasi lemak, the wild boar is succulent without being overly gamey, and thanks to the right mix of rempah rendang (Malay curry spices). Don’t forget to tapao (take away) some Nyonya kuih for tea later in the day.