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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Sam Cheong
WHETHER you opt for the original dishes or more exotic ones, nasi kandar never fails to satisfy. SAM CHEONG writes.
FROM Penang to Melbourne, Australia, this simple Indian-Muslim meal has found fans young and old. Yes, we're talking about nasi kandar. But what makes nasi kandar, well... nasi kandar? Basically, there are more than 12 dishes in the nasi kandar line-up, ranging from fish, prawns, mutton, lamb, chicken and vegetables. When you are in Penang, you can never go hungry because there are plenty of stalls and restaurants offering this hallmark dish that made the island famous.