This Nasi Lemak stall took a little walking to get to, but since it was so highly recommended by some blogs and even a food guide endorsed by the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism we thought it would be well worth the time and effort. It's located near the National Mosque as well as close to the Kuala Lumpur Community Clinic. For Singaporeans, don't think this is a "food court" even if it has been described to be so, because it's very much a tiny hawker place.
Truth be told, I found nothing special about the Nasi Lemak, and was in fact apologetic to my peers for making them walk quite a bit to get to this place. The much-raved about Sambal Chilli was too watery and diluted, which didn't help it's star dish - the Sambal Sotong (in case you're wondering, "sotong" means squids).
The Paru Goreng (fried beef lungs) were disappointing as well, as they were too dry and came off as rubbery even. The Grilled Fish, also recommended by many, was the worst of the lot - it was stale and had a smell to it. Oh dear. The only thing that I think I should add is that, just maybe, the Malaysians prefer their nasi lemak and sambal chilli this way and we're just not used to it.
About RM10 per person.
Stall No. 6, Kompleks Makan Tanglin,
3 Jalan Cendarasari, Off Jalan Tanglin,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Pictures taken with the Canon EOS 500D.