Good ol' nasi lemak, the sheer mention is enough to make me giddy with excitement. Each grain of rice is coated with rich coconut milk, served with a smoking hot sambal, crunchy ikan bilis and kacang.… More »
Each packet from Angah is wrapped meticulously in paper and banana leaf. Its enticing aroma pulls you closer, the quintessential packed meal that is undeniably Malaysian. Rice is rich with aromatics like ginger and lemongrass. You… More »
Cik Chom’s nasi lemak doesn’t look like the usual nasi lemak. Even the rice itself looks different – a dome made up of green rice on top of white, unusual yet appealing. And of course, sliced cucumbers would be too mainstream… More »
Nasi Lemak… our unofficial National Dish. Malaysians may disagree over many things but this is the one dish that unites us all. Malaysian will crave this whenever they make a trip abroad. Sometimes,… More »
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… More »
We are partnering up with The Nasi Lemak Project in support of their cause to improve the livelihood of lower-income families and the urban poor. When Mastura M. Rashid and Zul Imran Ishak started The… More »
I must confess I was seduced by a picture of sambal kerang on social media one day which led me to try the nasi lemak at Lesung Batu. Jasmeen who runs the place and is pretty much a wizard in the kitchen herself serves mainly Malay-Patani… More »
After months of incognito reviewing hundreds of nasi lemak nationwide (almost), we have shortlisted 40 of our favourites for this year. To all nasi lemak fans out there, this is for you. Entrance is FREE… More »
All the cooking for nasi lemak at Warung Sinarnor is done over a wood fire, a method that has remained unchanged even after 48 years. Wood imparts a smokey taste to the rice, enhancing the subtle hints of pandan and coconut. They steam… More »
Who would have thought that Batu Pahat turned out to be a treasure trove of interesting nasi lemak? From the smokiest sambal I’ve ever tasted to one that serves it with fried ikan siakap, this is also the town that came up with nasi… More »
Cik Pah Corner at Kampung Hang Tuah, Batang Berjuntai is a godsend. Food here is home-cooked, made with much love and care. As a hungry and often broke student this quickly became my favourite spot for a good meal during my uni days.The… More »
Saleha bt. Shaikh Ahmad started selling nasi lemak from a mobile cart more than 38 years ago. Since 1978, her stall located at Restoran Ming Huat has become a household name in Melaka, frequented by regulars nightly. Sambal is chunky… More »
The nasi lemak at Crunchy is fragrant and slightly clumpy (not that it’s a bad thing), you can enjoy the nasi lemak just by itself. The amount of coconut milk is very subtle keeping the dish fairly light.The sambal is quite liquidy… More »
Zali Corner is a familiar sight for the residents around this Wangsa Maju neighbourhood. Started by a husband and wife duo of Encik Zali and Mak Cik Zuraiba, they serve the king and queen of Malaysian breakfasts - nasi lemak and roti… More »
For fans of nasi lemak bungkus, make your way to Nasi Lemak EK in Wangsa Maju. There, you can sample perfectly cooked coconut rice paired with a sweet and spicy sambal that tastes just like the ones you had as a child at your school… More »
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