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Rasa Malaysia

Robyn, it's so strange to see you eat and write about American (Mexican) food...but one has got to get her fix on some tacos. Yes, I crave asam laksa everytime I travel to "western" countries.

PenangTuaPui (Penang Fatty)

wow... this looks sooooo delicious..

your photo is supreme.. I love reading your blog, can't resist myself from travel around to get more food.


Looks great. I've nothing more to add. Come back anytime. There are many more trucks awaiting.


That taco platter reminds me alot of some Australian souvlakis (kebabs) that I used to eat in Melbourne.

Meaty, vegetably goodness wrapped in some pita bread... but ur taco looks just as good.

omg, 1.10am and i'm getting hungry. not good!


The tacos look really delicious. I've never seen so many different fillings. Here in the Philippines, the only tacos we know and eat are filled with the usual ground beef, strips of cabbage, tomatoes, onions and cheese on top. But the ones here with avocado, shrimps and lemon really look yummy.


just wanted to stop by to say that those photos are absolutely STUNNING.

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