Sunday, September 27, 2009


After the exit of the Tapah toll plaza from the NSE, we turned right at the traffic light junction and about 100m on our left is the Capati stall where we had our breakfast of Thosai, Nasi Lemak bungkus and some hot drinks.

This stall is run by a Punjabi lady with some lady helpers and the food dished out by her are visually mouthwatering.

She speaks fluent Cantonese and her customers are truly 1Malaysia.

The stall is open for breakfast and lunch only.

The front of the stall.

An arrays of food -many choices to tempt your taste buds.

Stir fried Ladyfinger (Okra)

Mixed Vegetables.

Lentils curry.

Sambal Petai (Stink beans) with Squid rings.

Deep fried Chicken cutlets-lightly batter with curry powder and fragrant curry leaves.

Making of Roti Canai (Indian crispy dough bread).

Nasi Lemak Bungkus-with toasted Peanuts, slices of Cucumber, hard boiled Egg and Coconut milk cooked rice-the Sambal chiiles with Anchovies was a bit sweet-anyway it satisfies our hunger pangs.

Thosai was soft with a hint of sourness, i prefer it to be more crispy-the dhall with sambal chillies was a good dip with it.

Milo O.

Teh tarik (Tea)

Total bill:Rm8/.

p/s-will try out her arrays of food on my next visit.


Little Inbox said...

Simple but satisfying meal.

Anonymous said...

the petai and chicken made me feel like having rice with them...appetizing!!

Selba said...

I miss thosai... I miss roti canai...

The sambal petai looks so delicious!

foodbin said...

SGirl-for a stall it is very clean.
Selba-are you satisfied now.ha! ha!

Unknown said...

oh gosh... after recovering from fever, feel like having all the spicy stuff. lol

Duckie said...

i love ghee thosai!!! i'd think it's rather fattening but then .. good food!!!

EatTravelEat said...

Visually mouthwatering indeed! Especially that photo of the roti canai. Haven't had that in a while, and I rarely get to see someone making it on camera!

foodbin said...

FParadise-good to prep you up.
Duckie-it's healthy meal.
ETEat-nice to know you like it.

The Travelling Foodie said...

It does look good. Are they related to the people at the stall just at the entrance to Chenderiang on the old trunk road? Very good capati too.

foodbin said...

TTFoodie-i don't think they are related.

minchow said...

Fu-yoh... looks damn good! I should definitely make a stop here next time!

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Wow , your blog is so original and so interesting , even when it is not possible for me to visit all these places , just eye feasting is good enough ! Thanks for sharing.

foodbin said...

500ml jar of faith@minchow-you should.
A Full-Timed Housefly-welcome! tq for dropping by.