Category: Malaysian

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KK Malaysian Cuisine

KK Malaysian always comes highly recommended for their authentic cuisine.  I have driven past the small restaurant on Manukau Road many times, and have seen the queues of people waiting to get in.  Last week we were some of them. The place was very busy and we were lucky to grab...

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Bunga Raya

It’s been on our mind for a long time whether to include Bunga Raya in Cheap Eats. Many, even most of the mains are over the threshold but they are really generous portions so you usually need one dish less than you have people, especially in a big group. Most...

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Mamak Malaysian Restaurant

For those unfamiliar with the term, Mamak refers to the Tamil-Muslims of Malaysia who own and operate often twenty-four hour street stalls. Mamak itself is a small place situated towards the back of the Chancery, with room for seating inside and out. Attention to décor is evident and there are gas-heaters and awnings to...

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Santhiya’s

This has to be one of our personal favourites when it comes to Cheap Eats and it was great to have an excuse to go to Santhiya’s in the name of research for the site. Unfortunately this is not a Cheap Eat with great atmosphere. The place is pretty stark....

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Angie’s Kitchen

Angie’s Kitchen describes itself as serving “Traditional Malaysian Food From the Heart” and we would certainly agree. The small restaurant is located in an old heritage building that has been modernised.  The dining area has a definite home-like ambience, with colourful geraniums in the window planters.  With Angie in the...

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Sri Puteri

CLOSED – NOW TAN’S KITCHEN MALAYSIAN CUISINE. SEE REVIEW.   At first glance Queens Road does not look promising, but once you stop and take a closer look, you will find such delights as Sri Puteri. This is has been a regular haunt for Malaysian food of those in the...

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