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Malaysian

Because Peninsular Malaysia shares a common history with Singapore, it is common to find versions of the same dish across both sides of the border regardless of place of origin, such as laksa and chicken rice. Rice is the most important staple food in Malaysia. A popular dish based on rice in Malaysia is nasi lemak, rice steamed with coconut milk and pandan leaves to give it a rich fragrance.

Popular Dishes In Queens Park


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Laksa lemak
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Nasi goreng
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Roti canai

Our Customer Reviews


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quote Nice place and friendly with the rider

Adik Abang Cafe - 8 Lrg Pauh Jaya 1/1

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Ahmad Akmar Ahmad rabuan - 3 months ago
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quote The best sushi in town! He makes it fresh in front of you and its super great for the price paid.

Arin Sushi & Dumplings - 102a Riccarton Rd

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lorissel Penna - 5 months ago
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quote Awesome foood. Open times but unclearly. Best to use

Bali Thai (Blenheim Road) - 472 Blenheim Rd

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Don Lugoda - a month ago
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quote Affordable food, good portions, friendly service.

Best Mongolian Food Restaurant - Shop 11, 120 Silverdale Rd

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Ben Highlander - 7 months ago
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quote Consistently good quality food. Even the moderately priced dishes like fried rice are tasty and plenty of it.

Blossom Court - 135 Queens Rd

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Victor Mokaraka - 10 months ago
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quote First class delicious food and service. Owners are very pleasant and helpful ,- for instance on a cold day they make sure you are kept warm with portable heaters. Can't wait to go back for another fabulous meal.

Delhi Kitchen Indian Restaurant - 478 Cranford St

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Julie Forrester - 2 months ago