Mamak by Katherine
I came here at 1pm wanting roti wanting a break from work. Although it was really busy I managed to get a table (and a squizz of the other dishes on the menu).
The place is huge. Here the service was a little bit slow, but I forgive them as they were busy. I think they forgot my water. They also forgot the guy’s (from the table next to me) Maggi mi until they reminded the waitress.
They only open limited hours from 11:30am-2:30pm for lunch and 5:30pm-10:30pm. I had wanted to go in for afternoon tea several times.
I also got to watch the guy make roti. I took lots and lots of pictures (with permission of course).
They are famous for their roti and satays hence the limited food menu. But they do have a lunch menu where nothing costs more than $12.
I had the cham ($3.5- Malaysian half coffee and half tea) and the Roti Telur Bawang (roti with eggs and onions and three sauces- $7). Yummy.
Like the others said the roti was nice and fluffy and it was nice with the egg inside. I also loved the onion. The sambal and the sauces weren’t too spicy so if you aren’t a fan of spice then go for it.
My verdict: go for the rotis. I would. But I would also like to try out their Maggi Mi and the rice dishes. And this time I’ll come at night with Sally.