Makan Café

Restaurants, Malaysian Ladbroke Grove
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Venue says If you fancy some traditional Malaysian food, drop by and say hello. We'll greet you with a good ol' Malaysian selamat datang.

A Malaysian restaurant in Notting Hill named after the Malaysian word for 'eat'. Here you'll find all the traditional dishes, such as char kway teow (fried flat noodles), roti canai (flatbread and curry) and nasi lemak (rice, fish and peanuts), as well as the rather less adventurous, but always well received full English breakfast. Food comes via a buffet or you can order straight from the menu. 

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Makan Café says
If you fancy some traditional Malaysian food, come drop by and say 'Hello'. We'll greet you with a 'Selamat Datang', and some Satay and Nasi Lemak of course

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Venue name: Makan Café
Contact:
Address: 270 Portobello Rd
London
W10 5TY
Opening hours: 9am-9.30pm daily
Transport: Tube: Ladbroke Grove
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A lovely local Malaysian cafe where the food is delicious and affordable, the staff are warm and friendly and you never feel like you are outstaying your welcome. It's also a great people watching spot.


A lovely local Malaysian cafe where the food is delicious and affordable, the staff are warm and friendly and you never feel like you are outstaying your welcome. It's also a great people watching spot.


A Notting Hill institution, this little cafe sits in a rather unglamorous spot under the Westway (well not so little, they're so popular they've taken on the space next door). They offer a selection of veggie and meat dishes at very reasonable prices. You can order a la carte or from a selection displayed on a buffet counter. Everything here is delicious and prices are very reasonable.


A real local's food stop, friendly staff, good home-made cakes and great Laksa. If you want brown rice or a Vegan version just ask.