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Reviews

Makan
 By miffy – trustedplaces.com – 7 Mar 2008
After a hard morning’s shopping this is the perfect combination of a nice place to have some tea, watch the world go by and eat delicious food. Two chicken curry puffs for £1 and samosas for £1.50 as I remember) and that will fill 
I’m not going home just yet.
 By bellaphon – trustedplaces.com – 7 Aug 2008
I’ve been described as a bitter and twisted Malaysian for my review of JOM Makan and for that reason I should go back to KL instead. Well what can I say, just maybe not quite yet. The discovery of Makan will only go on further to 
The Makan Cafe on Portobello is another…
 By danielleaumord – qype.co.uk – 21 Jan 2008
great example of an unprentenious, good quality eaterie on the Portobello Road. The interior is not anyway too fancy, in fact it can look a bit grubby at times. However, with Makan serving a variety of thai dishes, with the main meals consisting of either fish or 
Great little eatery selling authentic…
By boshemian – qype.co.uk – 4 Dec 2007
Malaysian and Singapore cuisine. Nip in for a bite or to rest your legs after an afternoon shopping at Portobello and enjoy the warm hospitality. The food is authentic and should be a delight to Asians pining for good, homecooked food. Try the Teh Tarik (milk tea ?

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I got regularly takeway lunch from Makan,…
 By Fabrice – london-eating.co.uk – 3 Aug 2006
sometimes eat in. The location (under the motorway bridge) and the decoration is certainly not glamorous but this is not the point : you go there to have cheap and healthy food (vegetables + meat + rice or noodles for £4.5, 
Makan – User Review
 By viewlondon.co.uk – 3 May 2005
Makan is a super cheap Asian restaurant in Ladbroke Grove. They have authentic Malaysian chefs cooking up a storm in the kicthen, and you can eat authentic dishes for a fraction of what you’d pay elsewhere. I especially love Makan’s 
Details of Makan Restaurant
By restaurant-guide.com
Makan has been around for many years now, serving up a whole host of Malaysian specialities in relaxed and informal café style surroundings. Don’t be put off by its less than picturesque surroundings and background noise courtesy of the 
Review of Makan Restaurant
By restaurant-guide.com
This place has the most affordable and authentic Malay food in the area (NyoNya is more upmarket, bigger menu) and is a great pit stop if you’re wondering around Portobello market. Simple and tasty just like ordering from one of the