Tuesday December 30, 2008
Roti canai, teh tarik and fried chicken to cost 10 sen to 50 sen less
KLANG: Restaurateurs have begun to reduce food prices of local favourites like the roti canai, teh tarik, fruit juices and fried chicken to lure customers.
The customers will now pay between 10 and 50 sen less for the items in most Indian restaurants.
Roti canai is down to 90 sen from RM1.20, while teh tarik is RM1.40 now, compared to RM1.50 earlier.
Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association president Datuk R. Ramalingam Pillai said prices of other dishes would also be reduced in the coming months.
The stall is at Bedong, Kedah on the trunk road to Sungai Petani.
On the way to Permaipura Golf course the sign caught my eyes. Stopped for breakfast with the usual teh tarik. Size and taste comparable to others.
Ask the owner why so cheap, he quipped that his main costumers are ‘budak sekolah’.