One night, we both decided to grab a very late dinner at this restaurant. I've heard about their famous Roti KLCC hence I was really lucky to be around when a large group of people ordered it and I got to snap a picture of it.
It's basically Roti Tisu (Tissue Bread in English) - roti canai which is pulled until it's super thin and cooked on a hot plate with lots of margarine until it's really crispy. Usually sugar is sprinkled on top to make it crispier and add a bit of flavour to it. Some restaurants drizzle condensed milk instead of sugar. This restaurant came up with an innovative way to serve their Roti Tisu based on the Malaysia's most noticeable landmark, the 88 storey Petronas Twin Towers which we usually refer to as Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). Sadly there's no skybridge linking these two towers just like the real one but I think this is a great version. The towers are made by attaching the long and crispy tissue bread over two metal poles hence they can stand tall and proud.
Next time, drop by this place and order it as it's RM5 for this amazing wonder of Roti Tisu. It's great with sweet teh tarik and shared among lots of friends. Kayu Nasi Kandar also does a similar Roti Tisu version except that theirs is taller and served like a tower (maybe they can rename it KL Tower?). See the following links for pictures of Kayu Nasi Kandar's ginormous Roti Tisu.
Section 13 Commercial Area
(The restaurant is at the cluster of shophouses just after Shah Alam Giant.)