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KELANTAN: D’SYAZ CAFE MAGGI KETAM

D’Syaz Cafe Maggi Ketam or know as ‘crab noodle’ are just not your typical noodle stall, they serve not only maggi ketam but also many other crab dishes. You can choose rice, noodle, or kuey tiow as replace to the instant noodle. Crab can be cooked as tomyam, soup, spicy, sweet and sour, lemongrass soup, blackpepper, yellow curry as available in the menu.

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The shop has also been visited a number of local artists and celebrity like

 

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Aidit, Wak Doyok, Mr. Kaswadi the owner himself and Pipirazi.

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Dato Aznil Haji Nawawi.

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Reen Rahim the female actress.

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Lastly, Mr. Afdlin Shauki and Mr. Riezman Khuzaimi.

They are open 4pm – 3am, EVERYDAY.

For reservation call 0139435050.

LOCATION: Jalan Pantai Cahaya Bulan, 15350 Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia.

Source by: Internet

 

 

 

 

 

 

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