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Bringing a taste of Malaysia to Wellington

Bringing a taste of Malaysia to Wellington

Nestled in the heart of Wellington, KK Malaysian Restaurant has been serving tourists and Wellingtonians a taste of Malaysia since 1998.

The restaurant has recently been refurbished and offers a wide ranging menu including traditional dishes such as sambal and laksa. The restaurant has always been popular amongst locals, rated number 2 7 out of 308 in Wellington and rated in the local media as one of the top 10 Malaysian restaurants, but it is now seeing a growing number of international clients also.

´My favourite restaurant in Wellington by far was KK Malaysia, they have such a diverse menu, including many different kinds of meats and seafood. I have traveled a lot in Malaysia and I loved the food there, I never thought a restaurant would be able to re-create this experience for me in the way that KK Malaysia did. The menu is also verry reasonably priced with a very wide ranging vegetarian menu also´, commented one British diner about the restaurant.

KK Malaysian Restaurant is based on 54 Ghunzee Street, Wellington and has recently had a refurbish. Website: http://www.kkmalaysian.co.nz/contact.html

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