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BAE Build And Eat Restaurant, Jalan Telawi Bangsar

Wallet feeling a little light this month? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. If our list of RM5 meals didn’t impress you enough, there’s a place in Bangsar with meals as low as RM2.50+.

And we’re not talking about snack foods either. With prices starting at RM2.50, you can enjoy the likes of rice, noodles and side dishes.

BAE – Build And Eat serves up comfort Malaysian cuisine like nasi lemak, fried chicken drumsticks and nasi telang. While portion sizes aren’t ginormous, what you’ll have instead is variety.

If you’ve ever paid a boat noodle restaurant a visit, portion sizes are pretty much the same here at BAE – Build And Eat. To have a tummy-filling meal, opt to order up 3-4 plates (or more). If you prefer larger portions, opt for their regular meals which are priced upwards of RM2.50.

Curious as to how the name of this restaurant came about? The name Build And Eat is actually derived from the concept whereby the folks behind the restaurant cooks, whilst its guests will build the perfect meal to devour.

With the food options in Bangsar typically being on the pricier end, it’s nice to see a restaurant like BAE standing out with its budget food choices. Its name also has a nice ring to it because you’d probably never find a restaurant with as sassy a name as BAE. Now too bad this place ain’t a ‘build a bae’ workshop! 😉

BAE – Build And Eat 

Hours: 11am-11pm, daily

Address: 6, Jalan Telawi 4, Kuala Lumpur

Website: BAE – Build And Eat

All Image Credit: BAE – Build And Eat

 
 
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