Roti canai is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread found in Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Singapore. It is often sold in Mamak stalls in Malaysia. If you’re thinking about hygiene, then you can simply throw it behind you. This stall is old but very famous in Penang.
Early in the morning, their stalls are crowded with patrons enjoying their roti canai and roti telur. Ofcourse, their roti canai is nothing very special but is their curries. Aromatic of the curry was different from other roti canai stalls with the spices used to spice up the curries. Different quality come in different price.
I start eating the roti canai here since I was in primary school and it was the best roti canai I ever eat especially the curries. But only once a while I get to taste of it when my dad bought them back for us on weekend as breakfast. If you can’t stand the strong curry, you should skip it. The beef curry was awesome but I love to mix all the curries together. It create the best mixture of curries ever.
It was the first time for my wife, I bring her to try it out and after eating them. She fell in love with it too. I also ordered Teh Ais while my wife order Teh Tarik. Because it was very crowded so it took about 15 minutes for our roti canai to serve to our table.
If you never try out Mango Sticky Rice then you’re not in Bangkok before, it was one of the dishes you have to try out. And among all the Mango Sticky Rice. I tried before, Mae Varee is selling the best Mango Sticky Rice in Bangkok. I love the texture of the sticky rice and the sweetness of the mango. The sticky rice was still warm when I unpack them. Adding the coconut cream before eat and they match perfectly.
Previously they operate 24 hours but now they no longer open for 24 hours. They now open only from 6.00am till 11.00pm daily. Price also increased from 120 baht to 130 baht. This shop has been around for over 20 years and they are famous for Mango Sticky Rice. If you love mango, they also selling mango, good quality and gives the right sweetness and juiciness.
Golden Bowl Cafetiam is located at Batu Lancang. They have three favour cheese ramen but we choose two of the favour which is Tomyam and Curry. Because it was crowded on Sunday morning so we decide to order the Traditional Breakfast Set. We also ordered Milo Magic and Kopi Top as our drinks.
Within 10 minutes, our Traditional Breakfast Set was serve to us with our Milo Magic (ice-blended Milo ice with Milo powder on top) and Kopi Top (ice-blended coffee). The drink was nice and medium size only cost us RM3.90 per cup. The breakfast set is nothing much special.
Tavern In The Park, which is a located with the old Hin Bus Depot. I love the simple and yet classic architecture. It was a nice venue for enjoying simple meals and some drinks with buddies. However, I was there with my dear wife to enjoy our brunch together. She was so excited when I told her I going to bring her to a glass house for brunch.
They have a small area of car park available free for the customers.