Michelin recognition for Mamak Malaysia

A Bernama pic of Nani (in pink). Nani said that running a restaurant was a tough business as it required a lot of hard work, planning and commitment.

KUALA LUMPUR:  Hardly a year since its debut in New York City, Malaysian restaurant Mamak Malaysia, has been awarded a 'One Star' rating by the Michelin Guide, the international benchmark of good food. 

Owned by Chef Nani Yusof Hughie, a former journalist, the restaurant which serves popular dishes of Penang's Indian Muslim community, was listed in the guide, a professional rating of quality restaurants in December last year. 

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