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Penang Malaysian Cuisine

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WHY For hard-to-find Malaysian classics, from satays and curries to coconut rice and icekacang, a red-bean shaved-ice dessert that’s more delicious than you might think.

WHAT This plaza café turns out Indian griddle breads (roti canal) and scalding Indo-Malayrendangs, long-simmered chicken, lamb or beef cooked in a thick coconut cream infused with massive quantities of curry spices. Noodle dishes and rice plates are best for single diners, while specials such as spicy Thai sauce shrimp and stir-fried eggplant withbelacan are more suitable for groups to share.

WHO Malaysian food buffs who drive a long way, and locals brave enough to look beyond their usual Thai joint.

971 S. Glendora Ave. , , 626.338.6138 L & D daily. MC, V.
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