#EatLikeALocal: Midnight ‘Mamak’ Supper, That’s What Malaysians Do

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12.10am, and I got invited to supper by my younger brother and his wife. No, I don’t usually eat supper. But since I am home and did not manage to catch up with them on my last trip, why not?  

Let’s go the mamak (stall) …. food is cheap, and you can even walk in with your pyjamas (I changed to t-shirt and short lah).

 

Source: Wikipedia

  

Line of cars …

  

Packed with supper crowd


We ordered Malaysia’s ‘national’ drink, teh tarik (literally, pulled tea), is made by tossing tea with condensed milk. 

 

Teh tarik for all



Nasi lemak
for me, rice cooked in coconut milk with sambal, chili paste. Also our national dish. My brother ordered a piece of fried chicken to go with his maggi goreng (fried instant noodle).  

Nasi lemak with fried chicken

Maggi goreng


We left around 1.30am and it was still packed.

  

Still ‘happening’ at 1.30am zzzzzz

 


2.30am
, please let me sleep after my teh tarik.

Good night, Malaysia.

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3 thoughts on “#EatLikeALocal: Midnight ‘Mamak’ Supper, That’s What Malaysians Do

  1. HARON SALBI

    As additional; Mamak is a term used for ‘Muslim Indian’. Nice blog….. hope to meet you in BKK (I dont know when… hehehe)

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