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There is this one particular shop that hidden in this Pandamaran neighborhood, is well known for their famous Roti Canai in Klang. A typical Malaysian comfort food. Restaurant I.V is one of a place that is highly recommended by my friend Ken for their amazing simple dish and we drove all the way to find out.

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As you step into the outlet, you will be amaze on that they are operating 3 shoplot and huge crowd is flocking into this quiet place.

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This is the first time  I am seeing this as they are operating with 3 Roti Canai Stove to cater for this huge crowd. Just imagine that.

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If you are into rice, then this would be an option for you.

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to get a seat here is pretty fast as the turnover per table and service is fast.

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This is what everyone is ordering. Just a pack of Nasi Lemak and 2 pieces of roti canai.

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It is always that the simplest food is the hardest to make. Indeed their Roti Canai is cripy on the outside as my liking, yet soft inside. A great breakfast comfort food.

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My preferred pairing gravy is their homemade spicy sambal mix with dal curry.

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Nasi lemak is great stuff too. A simple pack of  nasi lemak that is filled with alot of samble, fragrant mild santan rice is a must to have too.

No doubt this place is awesome.

*Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10, great comfort food~ -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
I.V. Restaurant
No 117, Jalan Pandamaran Jaya 62,
42000 Pandamaran Jaya,
Pelabuhan Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Business Hour:
5.30am – 5.00pm Daily

Contact Number:
012-345 3636

Early morning what do you usually have for your breakfast? Western? Local cuisine? It had been a while since I last visited this place, which is old school and classic. Its not more than this famous Indian cuisine that had been operating here for more than 10 years. Roti Canai Transfer road is also known as one of a landmark to me and my friends.

I could not even can remember when was the last time I came here, it was many many years back.

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I have always wanted to drop by but most of the time I could not wake up. At last was force to wake up by Ken and manage to come by this place.

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On the tray itself, roti canai is being fried non stop as many people are waiting and taking away too.

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All the gravy are serve pippin hot and it was just perfect that the morning itself it was morning and just the right things to pair after.

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Dining experience here is very different compare to other places as you have to squeeze in this pretty tight spot to have your seat. With much more seating, canteen style pretty much reminds me of primary school days.

Every one just sit in single line and face the road yet we enjoy the view of the busy chef preparing all the pipping hot roti canai.

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What we usually order a piece of beef in this special gravy with their very own recepi, do not deceive by the fiery red curry as its not too spicy yet aromatic with spices.

Love mine with lots of extra gravy and another item that you shall not miss is their season onions to pinkish colour. A bit sweet in taste which is their signature item here.

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This is how we enjoy our early breakfast in different style.

If you do visit penang for holiday, sure this is one of my favourite place to recommend for your early breakfast. Just simply delicious

Location:
Jalan Transfer, Penang
GPS: 5.420884, 100.330694

Genting Highlands is known to us by its entertainment industry that had attracted a lot people around Asia to this great destination. Not only that, Genting had cater food for a lot visitor that F&N industry had served more than 20million people over the years. Cafe Terrace is one of them.

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What they have done so far over their F&B industry is amazing and with a new theme, ‘Resort World Genting is Moutain of Food’ that simply will be the new theme carry by them and I am truly amaze by it as a foodie.

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To kick-start Moutain of Food, the resort is offering Penang Hawker Food Festival from now till 23rd January at Coffee Terrace, Maxims Genting Hotel Lobby. For all Penang food lovers, the resort had specially brought in famous Chefs whom have made themselves popular serving all the Penang signature food such as, Char Koey Teow, Roti Canai, Curry Noodle, Har Mee, Fried Oyster, Parsembur, Lobak and many Penang food speciall for this Penang festival.

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Its a buffett style serving. . . Apart from the delectable Penang hawker food selection, we also can buy signature Penang goodies such as famous Tau Sar Pneah, nutmeg, belacan, Penang’s Kun Kee Coffee and more.

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Selamat BerBuka Puasa Buffett. One great thing about Malaysia is that, when it comes to festive season, it always going to be a joyful occasions with friends and family visiting each other. As what I know, Puasa month is not far away from now, as Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is the Islamic month of fasting in which participating Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, that is in excess or ill-natured; from dawn until sunset. Fasting is meant to teach the Muslim patience, modesty and spirituality. Ramadan is a time for Muslims to fast for the sake of God (Arabic: الله‎, trans: Allah) and to offer more prayer than usual. During Ramadan, Muslims ask forgiveness for past sins, pray for guidance and help in refraining from everyday evils, and try to purify themselves through self-restraint and good deeds. As compared to the solar calendar, the dates of Ramadan vary, moving backwards about ten days each year as it is a moving holiday depending on the moon. Ramadan was the month in which the first verses of the Qur’an were said to be revealed to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. (source from Wikipedia)

In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan, Eccucino’s culinary team presents menu with over fifty buffet items, menu changed daily, with a range of popular Malaysian dishes from various States and home-cooked “kampung” dishes.

[Update: 2017 – Now the hotel is known as PULLMAN Hotel]

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Interesting features including specialty “Hawker stalls” comprises the Meat Carving highlighting Kambing Bakar, Eccucino Signature Kampung Style Hot Pot Soup, Beef & Chicken Rendang, Lemang and Ketupat, Roti Canai, Murtabak, as well as Noodles, Satay, Deep Fryers and popular Malay dishes. Among the feature on the buffet include cold selections consist of a range of salads, and appetizers such as acar, otak-otak, kerabu, ulam-ulam and serunding.

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With many varieties of Malay food available to hunt for.

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and big wok with Sup Tulang is placed at the spot itself and taste good.

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Selections of Laksa’s. . . .

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as for local food, some spices is used to enhance the taste of the food.

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