A friend of mine suggested to venture Kedai Makanan Raju as he claims their roti canai is the best in Petaling Jaya, located just nearby La Salle School. We decided to drop by for high-tea to taste part of their delicacies. It was a quiet secluded place, next to an open padang, which makes it a great place for high-tea with the breeze blowing into our faces.
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The prices here are quite expensive compared to the conventional mamak stall we used to have our supper in. I was not amused given that some quality of the food ordered was not up to par to its prices. Overall, I still have a good time though here.
Upon sitting down & placing your orders, each of us was given a banana leaf to put our food onto. In Malaysia, to show one's appreciation after a satisfying meal, the guest will fold the banana leaf inward to signify that the meal was good. Folding in the opposite direction (i.e. upward or outward) signifies that the meal was not satisfying.
Their deep fried delicacies are colouful and tasted good, you can choose a variety of deep fried delicacies just outside their shop.
A simple way of tasting their roti quality, I ordered a roti telur to indulge on. It tasted great as the roti was cooked perfectly & homogeneously without any spots being over burned.
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Besides all the hardcore fried stuff, you can find frozen seafood available in many choices for you to select and cook to eat. Haven't try this though.
27 Jalan Chantek 5/13
Bukit Gasing, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor