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Lauren Saria

BP Street Cafe

It’s not easy to find Malaysian food in the Valley, but BP Street Café in Tempe is bringing classic Malay-style noodles and rice dishes to sambal-starved Phoenix. The casual, family-owned café makes an exquisite roti canai, the popular Indian-style pancake that’s flaky, airy and melts like butter in your mouth. Stand-out entrées include char kway teow, a stir-fried noodle dish laced with a savory soy and shrimp paste sauce. Laksa, the classic coconut-infused Malaysian curry soup, is thick with rice noodles and succulent strips of chicken breast. Beverage options include Bandung, a surprisingly refreshing rosewater and milk drink, and a gently-spiced Indian pulled tea.

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