Malaysia Boleh is pretty much a food court where they serve various Malaysian dishes. You need to see whether the line out of the store has customers holding a receipt or if they are still holding their wallets cause how you order and pay depends on which stall you order from. Ie. the Wanton noodles store & KL Hokkien Mee, you order first then join the line. The Char Kway Teow store you line up, order, then pay.
Penang Laksa was servied hot and it's a small bowl but backed with noodles. I found it interesting because there was pineapple included in the condiments.
Penang Char Kway Teow
Penang Char Kway Teow had a really long line but honestly, looking back, it wasn't really worth it. There was no ham (oysters), and it was pretty much a vegetarian char kway teow except with a couple of shrimps. For $4 and the long wait? Not worth it.
Frying the CKT
The poor cook who was cooking dish after dish of char kway teow.
Wanton noodles were chewy and tasty. The char siu was pretty good and rather fatty. The wait was a little bit long but not as long as the char kway teow line.
KL Hokkien Mee
Not a huge fan of KL Hokkien Mee as the noodles though dark, didn't have much taste. Also, the noodles seemed overcook and were rather soft.
The facade was a little in tribute to the old days, so I guess you're mainly there for the environment. The cleaners are really quick at cleaning the tables and helping the next customer get settled in.