Roti King is a cult Malaysian restaurant in Euston that specialises in roti canai - soft, flaky flatbreads served with a bowl of delicious curry. The basic one is £5, but the meat version is worth the extra pounds. They also serve great versions of Malaysian hawker stall staples like char kway teow, nasi goreng, and a proper laksa for £7.50. Hit it for a tasty, no-frills meal with a few mates, though be warned that there can be queues at peak hours. It’s BYOB and cash-only.
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This busy Malaysian cafe does the best Char Kway Teow noodles in town and at £8, they are a total bargain too.
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