As soon as you arrive at this place you see a large yellow sign located at the front of the cafe with the restaurants name. It is described as Malaysian hawker food opened every day 8am to 8pm except Tuesday's.
It was pretty crowded for a Sunday night but we were greeted straight away and allocated a seat, just in front of the self service area, where the cutlery and condiments were located. It felt very crammed and it was inevitable that you could hear all the conversations of those surrounding us.
We ordered the Nasi Lamak as I figured it was a safe dish that could not go wrong. All the dishes were priced between $10 to $15. We were told that roti canai was only available from 8am to 11am but we could order the sweet roti's, big mistake! Don't be fooled roti means flat bread, I understand that but it was definitely an overstatement. All the roti's were literally just white bread that had been toasted and accompanied with the addition as stated on the menu. i.e. roti with condensed milk or butter and sugar etc. The only roti which I thought would be soft and fluffy flat bread which then they referred to paratha was there roti cani