Restoran Nikmat is an Indian Moslem Restaurant which is more fondly called Mamak Restaurant by most Malaysian and Singaporean. These Mamak Restaurant is a bit different than any other Indian Restaurant in other countries, as some of their foods are a fusion between Indian, Malay and Chinese.
I am a regular customer at this restaurant, as I love to come here to have a quick breakfast or to have supper at night. Lol. When I was seated, the owner came and asked for my order, and I answered "The Usual", while my wife ordered Roti Telur (Indian Flatbread cooked with egg). Since this post is only about noodles, so I am going to focus on what I have ordered only.
When you come and dine at a Mamak Restaurant like this, it won't be complete if you don't try their "Teh Tarik" or "Milky Bubbly Tea" in English.
What I love the most about Indian Restaurant is their Milk Tea. In Malaysia, Indian Restaurants are synonym with "Teh Tarik" or "Bubbly Tea". I don't know why, but this bubbly tea is so tasty compare to other non-indian restaurants. It has a distinguish taste that only Indian Restaurant can offer. I always wonder what it is? Maybe because of the tea leaves that they used.
I hope you guys enjoy my review. Thank you for reading.
Restoran Nikmat, Donggongon
GF, Lot 7, Jalan Penampang, Pekan Donggongon, 89500 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
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