|All the dishes for Nasi Campur (Rice with accompaniments)|
For Malaysians based in London, there's one place you can go to where you'll immediately feel like you've been transported back home! Even for me, a Singaporean, I actually think that I've left London when I step in here! It's one of the cheapest places to eat in London where they serve pretty authentic home cooked styled malaysian food costing around £4.50 for main courses like Mee Rubus (Yellow noodles in a spicy gravy) or Nasi Campur(Rice with 3 accompaniments) and £1 for glass of teh terik(Pulled sweet tea).
The Malaysian High Commission initially opened this canteen to cater for homesick Malaysian students staying in the hostel above but now they've opened up the canteen to all Malaysians and their friends. There's even a sign on the door that says Non Malaysians should be accompanied by Malaysians but I think the staff are pretty relaxed about this rule as I haven't seen anyone being turned away before.
During the month of Ramadan (Islamic month of fasting), they usually have a nice selection of kueh (desserts) available as well.
This is definitely a place for Malaysian to visit, whether it's for the food or to meet up with other Malaysians. Non Malaysian should also give this canteen a visit for it's cheap and yummy food!!!
Malaysia Hall Canteen
30-34 Queensborough Terrace