Nasi Lemak which has been considered as one of our national delicacy which is served all day long everywhere ranging from home to stalls to restaurants and cafe. This dish can be very simple with just small anchovies, cucumber sambal and egg, or it can be highly elaborated as well. I found one restaurant that serves tantalising and “well-customized” nasi lemak.

The highly recommended Nasi Bojari – An Indonesian Royalty special @ RM 12.80 (Launching on 21 July 08 – 31 August 08). The otak-otak and fried chicken is a must try!

Rempah Ratus Restaurant & Cafe, a trendy dining outlet that offers diners a contemporary with kampong’s feel ambience for any occasion. The perennial favourite nasi lemak is the centre of attraction at the Nasi Lemak Rempah Ratus restaurant in Bandar Puchong Jaya.

Rice & basmati cooked with coconut milk & spices (choice of chicken or beef rendang) @ RM 8.90


Restaurant Dong Bei Cai – 东北菜


If you fancy food with a bit of spices try “Restaurant Dong Bei Cai – 东北菜”. Just like the restaurant’s name, it describes the origin of where the food comes from, which is the North East part of China. Here are some of the dishes that we tried, it’s really delicious.

Excuse me, please let me jump queue for introducing the main dish first, cuz it’s really really nice. I personally like this dish a lot and it’s call “Spicy tofu cook with pork and assorted mushroom” or we call it “水煮肉片” in chinese. This dish serve in a big portion where u can share among 2-3 people. It’s a bit hot but at the same time it’s really delicious!

soup with pork – 水煮肉片
Soup with pork 2 Soup with pork 3
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Bangkok Specialty


Other than Penang, I would consider Bangkok as the second food paradise. I had somehow fall in love with their tomyam, the road side satay, pad thai, crab in curry powder, localized ice cream …… etc. Below are some of the food that I’ve tried and they’re really superb.

The Thai Fried Kuey Teow are called “Pad Thai”. The differences between their and ours are the kuey teow they use and the prawns, squids added are big, fresh and juicy. In fact you can find that generally, they’re not stingy at all with the servings. Look at the oyster they use. 🙂 Unlike in Malaysia, the prawn are so miserable that you can hardly taste it. 😛 Other than that, you can add some curry powder or sugar into the serving Note that this is optional, most of the hawkers will prepare this and you can add it according to your preference.

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