Punjabi Cha Wala serves up food for the soulAmutha Valli (Avin) (left) and Kuljit Kaur are the two ladies cooking up delicious food at Punjabi Cha Wala. – Pictures By Choo Choy May KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 — When it comes to food, that which tastes just like home sticks in our hearts. And tummies. And at this well-hidden spot in the most unlikely place... Pearl Point Shopping Mall... you will find Punjabi Cha Wala serving up food which does both.
A delicious and satisfying combination of steamed rice drizzled with gulai ayam, fried chicken and a super spicy sambal belacan. — Pictures by Choo Choy MayPUCHONG, Sept 10 — It is an irresistible combination of fluffy hot-from-the-steamer rice drizzled with gulai ayam and served with easy-to-eat pieces of juicy fried turmeric chicken and burn-your-tongue-off sambal belacan that draws people to Warung Cikgu in Puchong.
For a meal that's worth the trip, go all out to order their seafood noodles, fish noodles, braised fish head and seafood fried noodles. — Pictures by Choo Choy MayKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — When it comes to good food, one needs to explore unchartered territory to uncover gems. For me, Cheras is one of those spots I tend to avoid as I often get lost in the maze of unfamiliar housing areas. But when good food calls... you go where the best is served.
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