When in Malaysia, do as the Malaysians do. And I think one of the more common hangout places for the locals are at these mamak owned establishment or coffee shops (kopitiam). Mamaks are Malaysian Tamil Muslims and they have food joints almost every corner of Malaysia, usually 24 hours, serving fried noodles, rice, roti prata (or roti canai as the Malaysians call it), and other local beverages such as teh tarik and milo dinosaur.
The stall we went to was recommended by AC as having really good mutton soup (Sup Kambing). And I saw several photos of local political celebrities in the crowded store.
The soup was pretty good but I was greedy and wanted more so I ordered another Maggie Mee Goreng (fried noodles) to help fill my tummy.
Somehow I feel that the Mee Goreng in most of the stalls in Malaysia tend to be nicer then the ones fried in our Singapore prata stalls. Or maybe I’ve just been really lucky and going only to the good ones.