Hard to beat
What we say:
It serves up most of the Malay classics, including otak otak (steamed seafood mousse wrapped in a green leaf), rendang (slow cooked dry meat curry), and ayam percik (chargrilled marinated chicken).
Bijan may not be cheap (the least expensive main course is 30 ringgit), but it does represent reasonable value for money. Unusually for Malay cuisine it can be washed down with a glass of beer or wine.
Set on Jalan Ceylon, Bijan is about a 15 minute walk from either Bukit Bintang or Raja Chulian monorail stations.
Contact details3 Jalan Ceylon, off Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang
T: (03) 2031 3575 F: (03) 2031 3576;
Open: Daily 16:30 - 23:00
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