Here's another round of Nasi Lemak Mondays!
'Bestnya', as Malaysians say, that there are just so many nasi lemak places in and around KL. It really is an anytime, anyday kinda food. This week we're checking out Nasi Lemak Kak Long from Taman Bukit Subang.
Yes it's messy, but hey, it's nasi lemak!
Kak Long's nasi lemak is lightly tinted green and is very creamy from the santan used. In fact this is the kind of nasi lemak that you HAVE to have it spicy. Luckily the sambal is more than happy to oblige: hot and spicy. Up the ante with her rendang kerang. Juicy cockles are cooked in a savoury, thick rendang gravy that is deeply spiced yet not overbearing. A good combination all for RM4.
Nasi Lemak Kak Long
Besides 96 Quickmart (we know), Persiaran Metafasa U16/5, Taman Bukit Subang, 40160 Petaling Jaya Continue reading »
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"Tender ribs. Fiery sambal. YES PLEASE."
It’s easy to see the appeal of ayam penyet restaurants. Spiced chicken (and beef, and fish, etc.) is fried to a golden crisp on the outside with still fork tender meat within. Served with rice and usually fiery hot sambals, it’s no wonder these restaurants won over the hearts and tummies of Malaysians.
This naughty but nice treat uses kuih bakul as a filling. Just make sure you freeze the little slices of kuih bakul for a few minutes before using so it’s easier to handle. Great tea time treat. More »
Nasi Lemak Monday is here again!
At Section 6 Kota Damansara is Nasi Lemak Gmie D'Kota. It's a simple stall selling nasi lemak bungkus in amusing packets that kinda look like teepees (you know, the Native American tents...).
The nasi lemak is a simple, straightforward affair. is not too creamy with santan so it makes light eating. The deep red sambal tumis ikan biis is surprisingly quite mild so this is a good nasi lemak for wussy tongues. Half a boiled egg rounds off the packet along with fresh, crunchy cucumber. If you're into a light nasi lemak for breakfast or brunch, Gmie D'Kota's nasi lemak might just be the thing.
In front of Palma Putri Apartment,
Jalan Cecawi 6/6, Kota Damansara
47810, Petaling Jaya. Continue reading »
"Straight from the streets of Taipei!"
Shihlin actually refers to Shihlin Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan. It is to Taipei what Jalan Alor or Kampung Bharu is to KL: foodie heaven! So Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks has brought to our lovely capital some of Taipei's favourite street food. There are outlets all around Malaysia now, often in shopping malls. It doesn't matter which branch you go to though. Food is consistently good across all branches.