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IN MALAYSIA, many are familiar with the term nasi campur, which means mixed rice.
Ask anyone in the Damansara Utama community to recommend a good plate of char kuey teow in the area after hours and most likely, Tony’s Char Kuey Teow will be mentioned.
NASI CAMPUR is undeniably popular among Malaysians, especially for lunch and dinner.
Stall pulls in crowd through its value-for-money Western fare.
Five affordable options of popular local dish in Klang Valley.
IT IS not easy finding stalls offering ais kacang, better known as ABC (ais batu campur) these days, with cendol being the preferred option for local desserts.