a Malaysian sub-urban community, a place, a village, (a metro? a kampong?) blog created for records, remembering events, and for posterity. (Photo: Shows the first blocks of condos built in Wangsa Maju in early 1980)

Monday, May 03, 2010

Late Breakfast

This morning I was looking for a late breakfast. I went to many restaurants behind Carrefour/Wangsa Walk. A few I entered seemed good, the food as usual and variety no difference. But none greeted me.

But when I entered Restoran Bedok Corner (33 Jalan Wangsa Delima 13, WM)  - close to Unhuat Electronics - I was pleasantly greeted by the owner himself who has a very pleasant smile. I decided to eat there.

The food was good (and the usual variety) and I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a reasonably good Malay food. The price was acceptable, I have an iced tea, rice, a piece of fried chicken and a tempe' and it costed me RM6.80. With his rental of RM6000 a month he had to charge me that, reasonable I thought.

The cook is the owners wife herself. Internally the restaurant was quite pleasant and clean.

The owner (and Manager) is En Baharin an RMAF man, just retired.

He also had a variety of 'kueh' which he sells at RM0.40 a piece. You have to try those, they are good.

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At 6:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam, am interested to contribute here, InsyaAllah will be back in Malaysia this coming May :)

At 7:51 PM, Anonymous sk chan said...

Hi there, I am writing a paper on Ah Beng subculture in Malaysia. May I ask if Wangsa Maju is a significant hang-out spot for Ah Bengs? As a blogger specialising in Wangsa Maju, perhaps you could help me.

My email is chansuetkay at siswa dot um dot edu dot my .


SK Chan

At 1:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi...had a breakfast at this restautant after reading your comment.unfortunately that was a first and last visit . the reason? there was a' inside my 'roti canai'...eyekkk...


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