We initially wanted to try Beaufort noodles at one popular Chinese coffee shop but it was closed.
We ended up at one Muslim restaurant by the name Malaysia Restaurant. Although a Muslim restaurant, it is run by a Chinese Muslim man.
The recommended dishes of this place are their Butter Pao and Kuih Bom.
Yam cake! So-so only though.
Pao is served on a plate. Take as many as you like. The rest you can leave it there.
The butter pao is filled with butter but ‘lai yau’, a yellowish sweet filling. The bread is green in colour. It tasted damn good. So good that I had 2 pieces of it!
Kuih Bom on the other hand is an egg shaped pastry (supposed to look like a bomb though). The outer layer is as hard as an egg shell. I had to use force to crack the layer. The filling of kuih bom is hollow with few strands of turnip inside. It was my first time seeing such item and the taste was rather unique. It wasn’t sweet but it was salty.
Map (rough estimation)
Lot 14, Block B,
Tel: (00)(60) 087 223 548