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Here is where you can eat biryani for lunch, minus the queues. Look out for this warung tucked between a dingy bar and a budget hotel. Seats are limited so we suggest you tapau your food. Their current set meal goes for RM8 and you’ll get chicken biryani, an egg and iced sirap – and the portion’s good enough for two. Not feeling like biryani? There’s also sup kambing, mixed rice and other options. Complete your lunch with cut fruits from the stall operating next to Sami’s.