MENU: Rumah Makan Minang’s menu is quite small, with around 15 non-vegetarians and 5 vegetarian dishes. Despite the small-sized menu, this restaurant still serves up some specialties like Botok-Botok (fish marinated in a variety of grounded spices then steamed in banana leaf) and Paru Belado (fried marinated cow’s lung served with chili slices).
- Beef Rendang
- Paru Belado (fried marinated beef lung)
- Tahu Telor (large fried tofu mixed with eggs)
- Sayur Lodeh (mixed vegetables in spicy coconut milk)
- Bagedil (mashed potato patties, coated with egg and fried)
LOOK & FEEL: Rumah Makan Minang is a two-storey shophouse restaurant located in the heart of the Malay heritage district, next to Sultan Mosque. The ground floor is an open-air area with outdoor seating that offers a scenic view of the mosque. Upstairs, diners can enjoy air-conditioned comfort in the dining room, away from the heat. The restaurant has a simple interior design with basic decorations.