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… More »
Nasi Lemak Monday time! Today we're checking out a 'brader' that sells nasi lemak in a basket in front of a supermarket. Sometimes, good food doesn't mean it comes from a cafe. From a 'bakul' also can! In front of the My Mydin supermarket… More »
It's Nasi Lemak Monday again... well, almost Tuesday actually. We had a busy, glam filled time over the weekend (checkout the I Eat KL FB page for a glimpse!), hence the late update. But better late than never! Today's nasi lemak is… More »
Nasi Lemak Tanglin has been around for ages. If you're craving for a nasi lemak, queue up for theirs somewhere along Jalan Cenderasari (opposite the Poliklinik, Off Jalan Tanglin) with everyone else. They are now in the Tanglin Food… More »
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages…. In conjunction with the on-air screening of I Eat KL, Malaysia's first food drama on Friedchillies Food Network (HyppTV Channel 838), welcome to the Nasi Lemak event of… More »
It’s early weekday morning and the place is packed with people. This isn’t really surprising given the fact that for the last ten years, this restaurant has been steadily making a name in the business of booming breakfasts. While… More »
Nasi Lemak is a much-loved breakfast meal for Malaysians and because of their popularity, you can usually find a stall set up in most neighbourhoods in KL. My favourite stall is luckily located near my house. This particular nasi lemak… More »
When you think about nasi lemak, there are thousands of stalls in KL alone, right? How many lie undiscovered, or aren't getting enough recognition? Beats me. I do think I've found one of the good ones though. In an old taman… More »
One Sunday morning I found myself queueing up at a stall in front of a hospital in Seksyen 20 Shah Alam for nasi lemak. The stall' name is Nasi Lemak Pak Ayob, and it's quite well known as the few nasi lemak stalls where you… More »
Nasi Lemak Marvellous in Bukit Indah is known for their teensy packages of this Malaysian favourite. Tiny in stature but huge in popularity this family-run business is helmed by Pakcik Abu and his wife Makcik Yasimah. His wife does… More »
There's a reason why Makcik Yati and Pakcik Syafiq have successfully attracted customers to their little stall in Subang for the past 30 years. It's because they treat their customers like family. If you're a regular, they… More »
A year ago, I bumped into a series of flag designs created out of food for Australian Food Festival. The idea was simple, each flag was composed with traditional food elements that related with each country. And then me and Honey thought,… More »
So what makes lip-smacking good ribs? Actually I think it's a personal thing but I believe the general criteria are as follows - tender meat that falls off the bone, juicy meat surrounding the rib to ensure we can suck and chew… More »
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