The trip to Kuala Lumpur is all about mamak food from mamak stalls, popular hot spots for people of all races to have a cup of teh tarik or a simple roti or nasi lemak. I fell in love with the open-air shops and all the comfort food from the stalls especially roti with chicken curry. All right, I haven’t been to modern café type mamak stalls but the relaxed ambiance, quite delicious and inexpensive food made me forget about imperfect hygiene in some roadside mamak stalls. Speaking of cost, I don’t remember paying more than 10 ringgit for the drinks and food in those shops and for the record, the employees are friendly, and sometime ask me to take their pictures too. They didn’t know that I am inexpert in photography and a mere food paparazzo, lucky me, or unlucky them, but I am grateful for their Even though I should try the full range of roti or nan or dosai or nasi or mee goreng, I ended up eating plain roti or dosai with curry and yes, I totally forget about fat and sugar, lol.
The church at Azay-le-Rideau (3)
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