Nasi dagang supersedes all at this corner restaurant, which has been around since 1989. The variety of curries and meats is easy to get lost in, but we prefer to kick back with the classics – nasi dagang (firm and sustaining its bite) and gulai ikan tongkol (salty, unattractively grey but delicious). The kuih stand is also popular – lompat tikam (a layered East Coast kuih resembling tepung pelita) and cek mek molek (sweet potato and sugar fritters) fly off fast. The pulut mangga too is seen on most tables – a large slab of sweet mango is dunked into coconut milk before all is topped with glutinous rice and a sprinkling of sesame seeds.
|Venue name:||Chunburi Seafood||Contact:|
7 Jalan Raja Muda Musa
|Opening hours:||Daily, 12noon-1am|