Jackson Wang Spotted At A Mamak In TTDI Because He Just Can't Get Enough Malaysian Food

He ordered his long-time favourite MILO tabur and roti tisu!

Cover image via @jacksonwang852g7 (Instagram) & Koreaboo

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We think K-pop superstar Jackson Wang has taken great fondness for our local tea time culture as he stopped by his favourite haunt in Malaysia once again: the mamak!

Just yesterday, 20 December, Wang was spotted going to Mala Mini Hotpot Premium located in IOI City Mall for a spot of lunch, and fans went wild, seeing their favourite idol visit an area they most likely frequent themselves.

However, as much as Wang enjoyed Malaysian food, he simply couldn't resist the allure of the mamak and stopped by Q Bistro TTDI at 4pm yesterday, for some good old-fashioned mamak treats.

Proudly capturing his love for mamak eats, Wang posted on his Instagram Stories, showing what was ordered at his table

According to the video, it seems like Wang's group had ordered an impressive spread of ayam tandoori, maggi goreng, prata, roti tisu, and the all-important MILO tabur. Good choice, Wang!

Food that Wang's table ordered at the mamak.

Image via @jacksonwang852g7 (Instagram)

The K-pop idol also showed himself trying to break a piece off the tall tower of roti tisu, slightly struggling with the process.

It's okay Wang, we struggle with that too.

Wang struggling to break off a piece of roti tisu.

Image via @jacksonwang852g7 (Instagram)

Wang was in Malaysia for his Magic Man world tour concert, held in Axiata Arena on 17 December and will be travelling to Singapore for the tour's third stop

You can check out Wang's full mamak experience below:

Looks like Wang has proven himself as a mamak super fan. Maybe we can name him as our mamak ambassador? ;P

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Here are some pictures and videos of Wang when he was at IOI City Mall:

Not the first time Wang has embraced Malaysian mamak culture:

Here are five times Wang captured the hearts of Malaysians:

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