What’s your best Roti Canai? The best Roti Canai I ever had is available at Teh Tarik Place. The dough is stretched thinly; the roti crispy, and not oily. The roti is thin, fluffy on the inside and crispy and flaky on the outside. It comes together with 3 sauces; sambal, dhal, and fish curry sauce.
Normal roti Canai are available anywhere, with a strong tasting flour dough. However the recipe here differs; as the dough doesn’t make us just taste the flour, but overall, the taste leaves you craving for more.
Unfortunately, in order to enjoy this Roti Canai, I needed to wait for long time for them to serve, about a 20 minute wait. But it’s worth it. Hehehe.
Ordinarily we eat roti canai at the mamak stall, but at Teh Tarik Place, a high class air-conditioned mamak, the pricing will be a bit expensive compare to elsewhere.
Of cause, they are not just selling roti canai; there are also other varieties of foods.
Now, I am sick for it …… oh no! Mouth-watering looooo
Not only was I attracted to the Roti Canai, but also the staff’s uniform. It’s just normal round neck white t-shirt, but printed with various foods’ name in front, like, Roti Canai, Teh Tarik, Nasi Lemak, and more. It’s cute!!
The price for a plain roti canai with a glass of teh tarik is about RM5+- after the taxes.
Spending per head: Approximately RM5(早餐)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 2