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After so long, I finally managed to try Macha & Co in July 2018. My initial plan was to get the banana leaf rice but after checking out the menu, I ended up with this naan pizza - best decision ever.


Decent portion for the price. Feels like it could do with a bit more spice. Overall, nothing outstanding.

This is RM8.90.

The briyani was so-so. Wasn’t as flavourful as some that I’ve tasted. There was some curry gravy underneath the chicken. Feels like they took the chicken from a pot of chicken curry and put it into the briyani. Won’t be back for the briyani for sure.

This is RM29.90.

This plate of Wok fried pan mee with spicy tuna, may seem like fried noodles that you can get from the mamak but trust me it’s different. It has a perfect combination of the Malay and Chinese cuisine, which actually gives a perfect twist to how the appearance is.

Rata Subang serves modern contemporary Malaysian cuisines, fancy pizzas and cocktails too. If you would love to take nice photos of your food, sit near the glass windows during the day. The place is really cozy at night.


Favourite version of nasi lemak is definitely the humble breakfast packet that sees just the mainstay coconut rice with sambal, egg, ikan bilis and peanuts. This one’s really delicious! Rice is redolent of fragrant santan, topped with that sweet and spicy sambal for a good morning kick.

Formerly located in Section 19, Appu Uncle Curry House may already be a familiar name for their fragrant curries, but what we also enjoy about this curry house is the quirky branding — the restaurant's decked out in humorous illustrations to look out for. Come in the mornings to snag a packet of Nasib Lemak (RM1.80), which comes with a note of (often funny) advice from Uncle Appu. For lunch and dinner, it’s all about satisfying Banana Leaf Rice (from RM6), best had with the freshly fried Ikan Tenggiri (RM7.50) and savoury Mutton Curry (from RM7).

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Gotta love the sense of humour at this Indian joint – who else would think of putting a note of advice in their nasi lemak packets? On the food, the sambal is super spicy so eat with caution! On the notes, some don’t really make sense but that’s the best part lol.

I’m a big fan of Appu’s not just for the convenience, but also for the affordable prices and the yum grub. Curries here, while still flavourful, aren’t as spicy as other spots, so it’s perfect for me. Love the garlic pickle I got on this visit! Super garlicky and a little sour.

Beetroot thosai with egg.. They did not have any of the other special thosai though. Tried Cheezy Thosai & Egg Thosai.. Overall an acceptable experience, but it took long for food to arrive..