Here's a video clip to a parody of a Black Eye Peas song from a local radio station (I got it from my mamak). Funny clip that gives you a good feel what Mamak means to Malaysians. By the way "Macha" is how the locals call the staff in the restaurant (the other option being Boss").
Mamak stalls come in different sizes.
Here's small stall in residential area in Pandan Indah, Kuala Lumpur
The art of making Roti Canai:
Medium size restaurant: TG Nasi Kandar on Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur (next door to Red Palm Hostel)
And the new big Mamak centres, often operated as chains. Photos taken at: Restoran Makbul Nasi Kandar, TTDI, Petaling Jaya
Nasi Kandar counter, this where you can get a full meal of rice, vegetable and many different curries:
Typical Mamak Menu:
And the Mamak classic: Teh Tarik ...
and Roti Canai: