Saturday, July 18, 2020

The Best Nasi Lemak in Taman Sentosa,Klang

 NASI LEMAK MAK CIK

So, let me start my first blog with Malaysia’s truly amazing comfort food that is close to our people's hearts- NASI LEMAK. Although there are many hotspots selling nasi lemak, my personal favourite has to be this particular nasi lemak sold by mak cik in Taman Sentosa, Klang. Since it’s a makeshift stall, we fondly call it nasi lemak makcik (which is not the name of stall of course).

Unveiling our treasure Nasi Lemak

The stall

I had a chance to talk to Mak Cik and apparently she did not name her stall!!!Who needs a name when her nasi lemak speaks for itselfπŸ˜†.This stall has been operating for 16 years now by the owner Che Puan (57)and her husband Omar Bin Jiman(62).Mak cik is born in Penang and Pak Cik from Johor Bharu. She came up with her own recipe and methodology for her special sambal. Now lets take a look at this precious & comfort food of mine Nasi Lemak Mak Cik.

Mak Che Puan and her daughter*she's cute*



The close ups(drooling)πŸ˜‹

Her nasi lemak stands out from the rest for its perfectly cooked rice rich in aromatic coconut flavour. It is so fragrant that as soon as the Mak Cik passes the nasi lemak, constant assault to the sense of smell is guaranteed one cannot wait to unfold the wrapping and start indulging right away (thank god the stall is very nearby I could still restrain from eating in my car,lol).

The star of the dish has to be the sambal. 

It has nice blend of anchovies + onion taste,the taste of the sambal is a mix of both spicy and sweet flavour which is fine-tuned to perfection. According to Mak Cik,her secret methods are to blend anchovies and add lots and LOTS of onion. Everytime I never fail to ask for extra sambal because I like my rice completely coated with it.You won’t believe if I tell you,she cooks the sambal for more than 3 hours to create the depth of taste.The sambal sotong is a great side kick to their nasi lemak as well,the sotong tastes so soft and sweet and cooked to perfection.

Sambal sotong

Fried Bee Hoon with Sambal Sotong

The usual condiments of boiled egg (quarter),fried peanuts, crispy anchovies and cucumber come together very well your taste buds will thank you for having it. There are other add on dishes available which are equally delicious such as fried/boiled eggs,chicken rendang, sambal sotong. Besides nasi lemak you also can choose fried Bee Hoon which is another bestseller among her customers.


Basic Condiments :From Left up:Boiled eggs,cucumber,fried anchovies,peanuts& Sambal

Another Star Side Dish : Chicken Rendang

Mak cik is very generous with the portion, πŸ‘it will certainly keep you satiated for a long time. The pricing is pretty reasonable and worthy since you can see their portion is big,it shows how kind they are(luurrvveee).We had a good talk with Mak Cik and it has been a long journey for her to consistently serving the most tastiest Nasi Lemak at our Taman.Thank you Mak Cik!!!

Here are the price list for her food:
1.Nasi Lemak Biasa/Bee Hoon Goreng:RM2.00
2.Nasi Lemak OR Bee Hoon+ Rendang Ayam/Sambal Sotong :RM5.00
3.Nasi Lemak OR Bee Hoon + Fried/Boiled Eggs :RM3.00.

Address:
3°00'26.1"N 101°27'50.4"E
Jalan Dato Yusof Shahbudin 28,Taman Sentosa 41200 Klang Selangor
(Opposite Pasar Mini FU VYINK TRADING)

Contact Number :Che Wan 018-3104581 (can contact for orders too)


Opening Hours:
8.00 am to 11 am (Weekdays; Monday to Friday)
8.00 am to 10 am (Weekends )
* Make sure to get there earlier if you plan to go on Weekends cos it sells out quite early.


8 comments:

  1. Will definitely give a try.. I m not so fond of nasi lemak but indeed this write up of yours have certainly awakened my taste buds and as well as aroused my curiosity to taste Mak cik's NASI LEMAK.. Lastly, kudos and tons of thanks to Ary for bringing this to our attention.. πŸ‘

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comments Lava,please let me know on what you think about this nasi lemak once you try it.I hope it brings the same joy as it does to me.Love frm -Ary

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  2. Will definitely give a try.. I m not so fond of nasi lemak but indeed this write up of yours have certainly awakened my taste buds and as well as aroused my curiosity to taste Mak cik's NASI LEMAK.. Lastly, kudos and tons of thanks to Ary for bringing this to our attention.. πŸ‘

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  3. Wow very interesting... Look delicious must try it.

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    1. Hi Ria,Please do give it a try..it is delicious.Love-Ary

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  4. Love that u hv covered on this nasi lemak.looks really delicious and it did taste yummy.

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