Friday, 22 January 2016

Nasi Lemak Famous

A few weeks ago, when we were in Bangsar area and I was hungry for dinner while the two boys were still full and didn't plan to eat an early dinner, we made a stop at Bangsar Selera Food Court instead of our usual stop at either Pelita, Mahbub or Nirwana.
 
Not really sure what to eat, I decided to try the famous Nasi Lemak Famous and see what the hype is all about.
So I got my nasi lemak and chose sambal kerang.
OK lah, the rice was fragrant and flavourful. The sambal quite nice. The kerang too. The anchovies were good and crispy and so was the peanuts (you know some nasi lemak seller had bitter tasting peanuts)...
 
But then I kena RM7.00 for this plate.
 
Hubby asked the cashier why it was so expensive and was told that I scooped extra portions of kerang. Adui.
 
True, it was rather nice and all... but truthfully, my friend's nasi lemak (she sells them to cafes) is much nicer. Wahahaha
 
So famous or no, this was my one and only time eating nasi lemak in Bangsar.
 
I'll stick to Mahbub better la. Mixed rice still cost less than RM7.00 there and I got three lauks. ^^
 
Anyways, note to self : eat in Bangsar, pay Bangsar price lor. Hehehe

16 comments:

  1. woi...you buy kerang rm7 you can eat till lausai dei....how come one extra scoop kerang till so expensive. Pengsan

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    1. cook very hard you know. All the secret herbs and spices. LOL

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  2. Wah! Famous because it is nice or it is expensive?? ^^

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    1. I read reviews and people raved about how cheap the nasi lemak there is.

      So I dunno. :P

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  3. Oh, this is the second nasi lemak post I read within minutes! hahahaa.. Now I am missing nasi lemak even more... yes, the price is a bit "high?".. Kerang so expensive? Maybe labour charges.. hahaha.. anyway, as long as one enjoys, it is all that counts... I like crispy ikan bilis too..some give those hard ones that my teeth even cannot bite them at all.. Well, aged already ma! hahahaaaa

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    1. Me too!

      Don't give me hard anchovies. Hahah

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  4. wah!! RM7 for nasi lemak kerang!! and extra scoop she claimed?? mana?? looks so little only, the scoop was a teaspoon ke??

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  5. yalah, Bangsar area memang more expensive for the orang atas.. my usual breakfast kopitiam increased 50sen and make a small noodles RM6 now, I stop going there right away already..

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    1. That's why la. Eat at atas place, even food court area, then pay atas price lor. Hihi

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  6. It doesn't look like your extra scoop of kerang is a lot hah..hah... Kerang expensive item ya?

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  7. I eat Nasi Lemak more often than other meals every week!
    They are simply delicious and appetizing when the chefs know how to steam the rice well with the correct spicy level of sambal. Ooo-laa-laa

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