Friedchillies is proud to announce this years final 20 top nasi lemak vendors under 5 different categories. They represent the "best of the best" in their categories and their nasi lemak not only brings the much needed energy to power through your day but also happiness... over a simple plate of rice. This 2nd November at TM Convention Center, anyone who profess that they are nasi lemak fans will congregate to feast on 20 of the best nasi lemaks in town selected specially for you by FriedChillies. So presenting this years I Eat Nasi Lemak Heroes.... In the "Ayam Goreng Best" Category Village Park
Village Park is a legend. Everyone knows how good is their fried chicken with a plate of nasi lemak kukus and sambal on the side. Prices are not cheap really, but are there any complains? Always fully packed. Need I say more? Village Park
, 5, Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya Famous Bangsar
Customers here come for their fried chicken. Skin is fried crispy and golden brown, seasoned with curry powder, lemongrass, fennel… Continue reading »
This Sunday 2nd November
, FriedChillies will be bringing 20 of the best nasi lemak sellers in Klang Valley & Malaysia to TM Convention Centre, Bangsar
. To all nasi lemak fans out there, this is for you. Entrance is FREE and everyone is invited so tell your friends as well.
This year, our 20 I Eat Nasi Lemak heroes are divided into 5 categories
which are Institutions, "Lauk Power", "Ayam Goreng Best", Outstation & Unique.
You can definitely look forward to institutions like RA & Jalan 223 but also Nasi Lemak Sambal Ikan Keli from Lenggeng (Outstation), Nasi Lemak Kukus Goreng from PJ (Unique), Burung Puyuh Goreng with Nasi Lemak (Ayam Goreng Best) and even one entry for Vegetarian and Organic nasi lemak which made the Judges final 20 list.
So, here are the Top 5 Things you should know about I Eat Nasi Lemak this year. 1. I Eat Nasi Lemak is More Delicious this Year
Check out some of I Eat Nasi Lemak highlights to look forward to. A picture is worth a thousand words so we've prepared some pictures for you lah. Have a look... 2. Buy coupons & Have Fun Eating.
It's the same as last year. All… Continue reading »
It's hot on the run-up to I EAT NASI LEMAK 2014 and today we're featuring nasi lemak heroes from Negeri Sembilan.. It Must Be Something In The Water...
Port Dickson must be the go to beach destination for us Klang Valley folk. And of course: it's nearby and the beaches are really quite nice (after those 'dark ages' in the 90s) nowadays. Well here's one more reason to go to Port Dickson: nasi lemak. We found this great nasi lemak at Seri Mesra restaurant. It's a seafood and ikan bakar restaurant, in actuality. But we found out that boy does it have a great nasi lemak. Simple done right at Seri Mesra.
It's a simple nasi lemak done right, that is far more than the sum of its parts. According to owner Zie, it's all in the 'air tangan' of her mother that does the cooking. We suspect they might be cooking the nasi with sea water for this distinctive taste. Crumbly, coconutty rice is paired excellenty with their sweet and spicy sambal. The best part and what makes the nasi lemak here unique is that it goes really well with the seafood sold here too! So nasi lemak with ikan bakar? Tomyam? You'll find it here at Seri Mesra! The Yellow King of Kuahs... and Nasi Lemak
In the sleepy town of Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan is a kedai makan full of joy. Well that… Continue reading »
As much as we love nasi lemak (and really, we do love it: any nasi lemak review or article on this site gets loads of hits compared to others), we gotta admit that it’s not the most healthy of dishes. Yes, it’s all that santan and oil and fried stuff that makes a nasi lemak so, so good but too much of a good thing can be… well, bad.
So can a nasi lemak be tasty but healthier at the same time? It sure can! And we’re thankful that there are folk who took it upon themselves to do healthier versions of nasi lemak without sacrificing the flavours that make it delicious. Ruyi Vegetarian Restaurant
Mr. Foo was a graphic designer and photographer before he decided to open Restoran Sayur-Sayuran Ruyi in Kepong. “My wife and I thought that vegetarian foods are healthier and better in terms of nutrition,” said the softly spoken gentleman. “So we figured, yes, let’s share our love of vegetarian food with all Malaysians. At the same time we knew that there are some dishes we cannot stray away from. Nasi lemak is one of them.” The soft spoken Mr. Foo
It’s really tasty too. The rice is cooked with freshly pressed pandan juice so it acquires this pleasant green tint. The sambal eschews onions in favour of Chinese cabbage for pungency while maintaining a thick texture and great… Continue reading »
"Mountains of lauk and delicious nasi lemak."
Jalan Alor. Two words that mean only one thing to most if not all Malaysians (and tourists too!): FOOD. So well known it is for food that a move by DBKL to change the name was met with vehement protests from tenants and visitors alike. It’s a street that is renowned internationally as being a haven for street food of all kinds. Seafood, mamak food, tom yum shops, even ice cream and drinks. And while most of these are Chinese makan places, in the mornings you’ll find a gem of a nasi lemak place: Nasi Lemak Alor Corner
"Fried nasi lemak. Do you need anymore reason?"
Nasi lemak is a beautiful dish in the way that there are so many interpretations of it that somehow, still hold true to the ‘spirit’ of a nasi lemak. This is mainly because despite the variations, most people will agree on several key components: rice in coconut milk, a sambal, egg, peanuts and anchovies. But once every so often, there’ll be a nasi lemak that would seem strange… but somehow work in all manners of deliciousness…
FriedChillies is bringing 20 of the TOP nasi lemak vendors in Klang Valley to TM Convention Centre this 2nd November. There are 5 categories this year from Institutions, Outstation, Unique, “Ayam Goreng Best” & “Lauk Power”. Let’s see who they are…