It is here ladies and gentlemen, the day is upon us. If you are worried what do you need to bring or how to get there or any other questions, we got you covered. Here we have compiled some useful information for tomorrow.
As always, bawa bertenang dan makan nasi lemak! See you tomorrow at #ieatnasilemak #worldsbiggestnasilemakevent
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So here's the lowdown on what's going down tomorrow during I Eat Nasi Lemak, 5th November 2016 at TM Convention Centre
. Coupon sales begins at 8am. For those who have pre-booked, you can collect and pay for your coupons at the pre-book counter. Here are some important things to take note.
1) BE NICE. Everyone is hungry and super excited and we have worked hard to make sure there's enough nasi lemak for everybody. So do queue up, make friends and share your love for nasi lemak.
2) Some of the vendors are outside this year and we also have outside tables to ease congestion inside. However they will only START SELLING at 9AM too. This includes the Food Truck section. Please take note.
3) Our nasi lemak eating competition is BACK! This time with a wicked twist of 'sambal terpedas'. For those who are interested, you can book a place at the coupon counter or come over to the stage area at 11.30am.
4) We have a NEW COMPETITION this year called The Nasi Lemak Triathlon- jeng jeng jeng! It's a team event (2 people)- so grab a willing partner and join in the fun!
We look forward to seeing you there! #bawabertenangdanmakannasilemak
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Are you READY? 5th of NOVEMBER is just around the corner and we hope you have your tummies prepared for the WORLD'S BIGGEST NASI LEMAK event. This year to make sure that there's enough nasi lemak to go around, even for those who come late in the afternoon we have devised morning and afternoon vendor shifts.
So take note that there are FULL DAY vendors who will be serving out nasi lemak from 9am to 5pm. MORNING SHIFT vendors will be from 9am-1pm, while AFTERNOON SHIFT vendors will be from 1pm-5pm. Also to ease up some of the congestions in the queue we have 1) taller buntings this year so you know exactly who you are queueing for and 2) we have really great nasi lemak bungkus this year which will be faster than the lauk ones, so you can grab one of these and enjoy it while waiting in queue for those who are serving.
Take note of the schedule below so that you won't miss out on your favourite vendors or those you want to try.
More information on #ieatnasilemak here
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Nasi lemak lovers! This is the FriedChillies' line up of the Top40 nasi lemak for this year's much anticipated BIGGEST NASI LEMAK EVENT IN THE WORLD. This list has been argued upon, debated, resulted in some tears and tantrums but at the end we think we've got a great selection of heroes that represent the best of the best of nasi lemak in Malaysia- the traditional stalwarts, the young upstarts, those with much loved favourite lauk and those that push the boundaries of what you know as nasi lemak.
And they come in unity, for one day, under one roof, just for YOU, this 5th Nov 2016 at TM Convention Centre, Bangsar. More details about #ieatnasilemak #2016 INTERESTING LAUK CATEGORY Lesung Batu Cafe Putra Heights
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here. It’s boiled lovingly, then sliced thinly before being fried crisp with vegetables. Crispy, chewy and delightfully salty. Rice here has an added aroma of fenugreek and lemongrass alongside pandan and ginger. Their sambal is cooked for a long… Continue reading »
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Wak Kentut came on our radar because of the cheeky name and news of excellent ayam goreng. This fried chicken folks, is the battered kind, with a crispy crunchy crust that hides within succulent chicken flesh. The process of making this chicken is not a big secret. Whole chickens are cut into 8 (so the pieces are large), marinated in a batter made from a self-concocted spice and flour mix, then fried in hot oil.
“Dia lembut di dalam, crispy di luar,” smiles Ira, Wak Kentut’s daughter. What makes the chicken consistently good is that everything is mixed fresh on the day it is fried. It’s her father that developed the recipe. As for the nasi lemak, sambal and other dishes and mee rebus on offer it’s her mum’s recipes. They have been opened since 1989 near the KTM station hence the reference to the name. Look at all that crispiness!
Now to the colourful name. Ira says, her father loved to drink teh halia which as we all know is a rather flatulent beverage. “Lepastu suka kentut kenakan kawan-kawan rapat dengan dia,” she explained rather deadpan. Brilliant! He became known as Wak Kentut and well the rest as they say is history.
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