A friend in PJ told me she would be bringing me to one of the best nasi lemak spots in town and I was intrigued when I heard that it was in Seapark since I have yet to hear of it before.
Despite being outdoors, and on the roadside, the crowd turnout was promising. In fact, it stretched quite long, spanning over Maybank even. We sat near the edge of the road, and even then, the helpers of the stall were still adding tables near us for waiting customers.
The nasi lemak is simple, served with one piece of fried chicken and one fried egg. The fried chicken is of course mass produced, i.e. fried in the bulk but it’s well marinated and flavourful. Best of all, it’s crisp and not too oily.
The watery sambal is mildly sweet but a great accompaniment to the egg and chicken. Sunny side ups are not normally my thing as I am a tad wary of runny yolks but in this case, it seems right as I mixed it thoroughly with the still hot, fluffy rice.
Love that they use banana leaf as I am the type that believes the extra piece of leaf enhances the aroma and taste of the food. Hehe. I definitely would want to come back here for nasi lemak again and I heard that their mee goreng kambing (fried noodles with goat meat) is worth a try too.
Jalan 21/11B, (near Maybank)
46300 Petaling Jaya,
Open in the evenings only.