Roti Canai Pandamaran


  1. PureGlutton says

    J: OK, we shall go one day soon. We supposed to go for that BKT too, remember? Can u eat BOTH BKT and roti canai together? If can, we go for BKT, then onward to roti canai! LOL!

  2. SimpleGirl says

    this is a place I must drop by if I were there to visit my aunty, btw, Indian friend told me, there is no roti canai in India….I GUESS should b a Malaysian Indian creation

  3. babe_kl says

    gosh, lucky i'm not a big fan of roti canai else i will cry having to cross the borders (Sgor-WP-Sgor hehe) to have a fix! ermmm i think this year i only had one roti canai 😛

  4. minchow says

    Curry Puff Victory!! I am just absolutely dying for one for tea now! Have never really been a fan of roti canai either but there's a certain look about this joint…

  5. "Joe" who is constantly craving says

    ohhh in klang?

    although roti canai r the way of life, i got to say, i havent been eating my fair share, if im right, i dont think i had roti canai this year yet!

  6. PureGlutton says

    Simple Girl: Oh, so this is your fave roti canai joint eh? 😉 Yeah, roti canai is sooo Malaysian!

  7. PureGlutton says

    J: Wahahaha… u wanna eat at 3 places in one go??! Can or not?
    Well then, i think this calls for a KLANG FOOD CRAWL to be organised eh?!

  8. PureGlutton says

    worldwindows: You'd be surprised to know that 90% of the clientele at this shop is non-Indian! Seriously.

  9. thule a.k.a leo says

    hmmmm, let me see if it's viable to drive all the way to pandamaran just for a piece of roti canai 😛

  10. CUMI & CIKI says

    it their mutton masala the sort with a lot of cartilage and soft parts.. then i want some!! That's like my FAV sort of mutton man. Can die.

  11. Jon says

    Wah, for a Chinese, you really know your Indian food. I'm impressed. I have to agree that most roti canai sellers these days are half baked (pun intended). Difficult to find these 'old school' guys who stick to tradition and make nice crispy rotis. Thanks for the tip but Klang is a little too far away to travel fro roti canai. Bak kut teh or seafood on the other hand ……..

  12. Life for Beginners says

    Oh that roti looks really good… crispy and fluffy at the same time… Must bring Devil here for his fix one day. Thanks for the reccie! 😀

  13. J2Kfm says

    Eh, I did not manage to try the curry puffs, though I went for a second shot at the roti canai, thosai etc.
    I like Indian style of curry puffs, with a very spicy and robust flavour. Different from the Malay and Chinese ones.

  14. Anonymous says

    The roti chanai is available in India specifically south india(tamil nadu). It called parotha . They have more vaiations there. The kothu roti(chopped roti channai) is very delicious. I am surprised it is not available in Malaysia as most of the cooks are from that part of the world.

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