1 - Roti canai
Roti canai is a puffed bread served with curry, either lentil or even with sugar or condensed milk. Roti canai is of Indian origin, often sold in Mamak stalls. This dish is arguably Malaysia's most favourite breakfast meal.
2 - Rojak
Rojak is always among the local delicacies offered, according to Malay, it means "daring combinations". This dish can also be found in assam laksa store.
A Rojak disc includes sliced fruits and squid, fried dough mixed with sweet dark brown sauce. The ingredients of vegetables and fruits would consist of pineapple, mango, cucumber, buah umbra (a.k.a. kedondong), jicama and crunchy fried Chinese cruller (youtiao). The way to eat rojak is by poking the fruits with a thin, wooden stick and dipping them into the sauce.
3 -Assam laksa
Laksa is a spicy noodle soup consists of rice noodles or rice vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in spicy soup. You can find in shop in Weld Quay, a fairly busy street in George Town, Penang
4 - Lok lok
Lok Lok is a kind of street food that is extremely popular in Malaysia. This dish needs a pot of hot water in the middle, surrounded by mixed vegetables, beans, seafood that were sliced and skewered to eat.
5 -Apam Balik
Apam Balik is a sweet pancake stuffed with sugar, buttery peanut. If you want to eat apom balik, you should go to Tan Jetty in Penang.