Old Malaya Grill: OC's Second Malaysian Restaurant!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 5, 2014
Have you had nasi lemak, the national dish of Malaysia? Unless you're from there or are familiar with the cuisine, chances are you haven't even heard of it. In OC, there are more Vietnamese restaurants than there are McDonald's, but I only need...
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