Nyonya rice. For less than RM10, you get a well-prepared platter filled with flavourful ingredients, including fluffy, blue-dyed rice and moderately spicy, tender chicken rendang.
Sarawak laksa, made with a sambal belacan base and mixed with tamarind, garlic, galangal, lemongrass and coconut milk, then served with omelette, chicken strips, prawns and coriander. Tasted reasonably authentic.
Otak-otak Muar. Four pieces cost RM3, which seems like a low price, but there isn't much fish paste inside. Nevertheless, worth trying if you like otak-otak.
Rocket United Cafe,
18, Jln SS2/63.