Nasi Lemak 14
Mali's Corner is probably the first restaurant to come to mind when Malay-style Char Koay Teow is mentioned in KL. It recently made the news for the wrong reason too.
We were wondering why an unassuming stall along Jalan Sentul can have people queuing up for it. So we finally checked it out one day and found that the stall sells nasi lemak - Chinese style with a handful of curry side dishes. We thought we were early but there was already a queue of people even when the stall is getting ready for business.
Poppo Kanteen is a cheerful restaurant that serves local delicacies with a few Asian-Fusion dishes thrown into the mix. The backstory was that Poppo used to be a canteen operator at a school in Batu Pahat, so her mission is to provide new food choices for the students and teachers. Because of that, there is a back-to-school vibe featuring traditional metal dishes and a menu that takes the shape of a 'buku latihan'.
This is going to be a quick one. I just want to update the Klasik Satay Station lovers out there that they have closed their stall at Restoran O’din and upgraded themselves to a full fledged restaurant at Taman Kepong Indah. Nothing much has changed about their satay, it is still tasty and affordable so […]
It was a nice coincidence that the budget hotel I booked at Kuantan is conveniently located just across Hai Peng Kopitiam. But luck seemed to avoid me. Not only our planned trip to Sungai Lembing to check out the magnificient “sea cloud” was marred by a flash flood, Hai Peng was also closed for that […]
When I first heard about 6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak, I thought they are open from 6am to 10pm. One Sunday I went the restaurant at 11am and didn’t see any customers around. Then I shat bricks. Little did I know, their business hour is actually 12pm to 2.30pm, then continued from 6pm […]