I always love Indian Style breakfast, but this time the portion that I had was a bit too much for me too handle. It is so delicious, but the portion is a bit huge which took me a while to finish up. Let me introduce to you a pancake lookalike that originates from Southern India that is called Tosai in Malaysia.
I am not sure what's the correct spelling or pronounciation of this delicacy. When I checked through the internet Tosai is also spelled as Dhosai, Dose or Dosa, and it is also pronounced differently.
I had my first Tosai when I was still studying in a college in Kulala Lumpur in the late 90's, introduced by my Indian friends. But back then the portion is not as huge as what I had at Restoran Amin Maju in Kota Kinabalu. I was really surprised when they served it to me.
If you ever visited Kota Kinabalu City, make sure to drop by this nice restaurant. The owner is a terrific friendly guy, and his staffs are really friendly and attentive too. Plus, the restaurant is clean, comfortable and opens for business 24 hours daily.
Restoran Amin Maju, Kota Kinabalu
Lot 11, Block B, Plaza Juta, Mile 4, Jalan Tuaran, Likas, 88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
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