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Arriving by Public Bus: SBS Transit – 30, 79, 154, 157, 174, 174e, 179, 179A, 181, 182, 182M, 192, 193, 194, 198, 199, 240, 241, 242, 243W/G, 246, 249, 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 405 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) SMRT – 172, 178, 180, 187 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) Arriving by Train: Boon Lay MRT - EW27 on the East West Line continue reading
Introduction
Malaysia Boleh - Flagship foodcourt style setting, serving renowned food names like Penang New Lane Laksa, Penang Fried Oyster,KL Hokkien Mee, Hua Jie La Cher Noodles, Hua Zai Chinese Nian Gao, Jie Mei Curry Chicken Mee, Jiu Wan Fried Ngoh Hiong etc. Malaysia Cuisine continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/MalaysiaBoleh.JurongPoint
Review (45)
Level3 2014-07-31
860 views
Most people have the coffee with either toasts or waffle but in Aisa we like to dip our yaotiao (油条) in the coffee. Slightly savory yaotiao soaked up the sweet coffee. The soften end with the crispy body. Best of both world.KL Wanton MeeThe moment the springy hot noodle touched lard and soy sauce at the bottom of the plate. The smell came forth was incredible. Few slices of red sweet Cha Siew with the savory noodle made the ultimate combo. I just couldn't get sick of such sweet and savory combination. The wanton was good and comforting.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-13
737 views
was looking a place to have desserts after having dinner at jurong point. and my friends suggested to go msia boleh as they have very nice chendol. it was my first time trying and it is really good! it cost only $2 and it taste heavenly, the coconut milk were very fresh and flavorful. red beans were huge and i personally like the green worm jelly alot. its very comparable to the chendol i have in malaysia. will recommend my friends to come and have this in future continue reading
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Addicted to Chinese-style hot pipping bun, I was looking for homely Char Siew Bao. No doubt there were many places selling it, yet it was still hard to find a best one. Situated at the most obvious position, it was the first stall on your right upon entering Malaysia Boleh foodcourt. Small and well-maintained space, the stall appeared in neat and hygiene. Orders were unstoppable, boss was busying to fill up the steam oven repeatedly. Smoky hot while I bought it, softness proved its freshness with daily making. Ingredient wrapped inside the skin was juicy sweet, a heavy char-grilled fragrant. Red dot on top was the mark to identify its filling, one of the best selling items. $0.80 for my snack after lunch was fine, little fluffy bun. I was enjoying the delicious Char Siew Bao, decently affordable price too. continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-26
423 views
Okay listen up if you have been following me with me review, you will know that I do not like to eat spicy food. However, when I was young my parents often travelled back to Ipoh some sort like a business trip and I would tag along with them. I remembered trying my parent's bowl of laksa, ended up burning my own tongue. Aside from burning my own tongue, the aromatic smell from the laksa was indescribable. Until now, the smell continue to linger in my mind whenever I see laska, be it Singapore's style or Malaysia's style. One day, my friend and I decided to head to Malaysia Boleh. I ordered chicken rice and my friend ordered this. It was exactly the same as I saw it many years ago in Malaysia, the smell and the ingredients were almost the same, about 90%. The broth colour with the noodles, totally identical. I tried a spoonful of the broth and I felt like I was back in Ipoh, beside the road tasting the noodles. It was too good to be true, believe me. If you think I am writing for a composition then you have to try it to believe it. The point is, I actually found a bowl of laska that tasted exactly like the bowl I had it in many years ago. Damn, I am going to bring my parents here to try it. continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-10
309 views
I always love Malaysia food, so flavorful and full of variety. When Malaysia Food Street opened at the Resort World Sentosa, I went, but it was too far for me. Now that there is another Malaysia food place opened at West, I will certainly be back for more!This is Penang Fried Kway Teow. The queue was always very long, but today, we made up our mind to try it no matter what. Since we had queued for so long, we ordered the biggest portion. There is no 'ham', but lots of tauge and prawns. This is Malaysia version of Hokkien Mee, thick noodle was used, and the noodle was stir fried in dark sauce, with lots of lard. It was very fragrant, but certainly not for the health conscious one...Lastly, chicken rice, ordered by a friend so didn't get to try it. The chicken looks tender though. The place was always crowded, so be prepared to wait for at least 5-10 minutes for your seat. There is no high chair provided too. continue reading
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