The another highlight was papadum, a thin, crisp and disc-shaped is the perfect combination with Nasi Kandar.
The vegetables dish would usually be brinjal, cabbbage , okra, lady finger, papadom or bitter gourd.
According to a friend of mine from Penang, the name Nasi Kandar originated from a time when vendors would balance the rice and dishes on a shoulder pole with one end containing rice and the other end containing dishes.
Nasi Kandar are always served flooded with curries, according to my friend, Penang folks just love to flood everything that they eat, i would assume that's where roti banjir came from.
Don't be too happy when you see this sign.
A mixture of curry sauces is poured on the rice.