Roti

  

I found a cafe restaurant where I can eat Roti not far from my house in Fukuoka.

So yesterday I went there. 

These are Murtabak, which is like stuffed pizza, and Roti Canai, which you dip in curry and eat. 

After that I ate Roti crepes with coconut milk for dessert.

When I went Thiland where my son lives now, he introduced me to the sweet roti which is sold on the street– I liked it a lot.

I heard the owner of this cafe learned how to make it in Malaysia.

It seems that the most popular greeting in Malaysia is “Sudah Amkan?”

It means ” Did you eat?”.

The cafe’s name is “Roti”.

It was yammy.

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