I find this place serves one of the best Indian meals in town; breakfast, lunch and dinner. Its the breakfast we go for, every time because it serves one of my favourite street food.
Roti Canai is a type of flatbread found in Malaysia and often sold in Mamak stalls. There is even a page dedicated to it in Wikipedia.
Today, roti canai has many derivatives like roti telur, roti tisu, roti planta, etc. ...prepared to your liking. Dosa is another flat bread variant.
I find it more authentic when served with a banana leaf and best eaten with your hands, washing it all down with teh-tarik, a hot tea beverage made from black tea and condensed milk.
Did a quick Google of the word "Roti Canai" for the recipe and found that there are just as many ways to prepare it as there are to eat it. Well, the following are some of the links for the recipes:
Malaysianfood.net - Roti Canai
Asianonlinerecipes.com - Roti Canai Recipe
Rasamalaysia.com - Roti Paratha
Poh's Kitchen - Roti Chanai
Foodbuzz.com - Malaysian-curry-chicken-and-roti-canai
The following is a short video clip of how the roti canai is prepared.