Nasi Lemak in Klang Valley area nowadays I believe is overly modified. You’ll never get good Nasi Lemak unless you put in some additional dishes such as Sambal Sotong (Chilli Squid), Ayam Masak Merah (Chilli Chicken), Sambal Kerang (Chilli Cockles) or any other side dishes. Good plain Nasi Lemak is very hard to get.
Okay, this stall was visited by me before I started my studies, so yeah, it’s been quite a long time. I thought I could write this up during my semester, but I just underestimated my course. :peluh1:
Before anything, Prima 2 is located in Seksyen 2 Shah Alam.The stall is located at the first row from the UiTM College and near the Seksyen 2 Bus stop.
Okay, before this I had made a review to this food court, among others: Ayam Penyet, ABC Pegaga, Wawasan 2020.
Yup, before this I had review one stall in this place that also served Western dishes, you may refer that post here. But I think, that stall is not so special compared to what I will review this time. The main difference about this stall compared to the previous stall is that, this stall served the steak in sizzling way (by using hotplate). This bring the uniqueness in the food. But, later I will served you the picture~ :muahh1:
Anyway, I quite like this stall foods because of it’s uniqueness. The taste also not bad. But there are lack of seats here, sometimes on the weekends, it was hard to find a table. Maybe because there are 2 good steak stall here. Because this stall is near to Lanun or Pirate Steakhouse, another favourable steakhouse here in Damansara Uptown. But I may review about it later.
So here is my conclusion on this stall.
Food: Nice, Unique and Tasty~Me likey~I prefer grilled Chicken Chop rather that being deep fried.
Environment: Open food court, Comfortable, but sometimes when you come in weekend it was hard to find a sit. But they used “free seats” here, means you can seat anywhere and order on any stall.
Price: Very reasonable for a price of western dishes. Most of the price is below RM10.
So, that’s all, location map at the end of the post, click “Eat More” to view the “mouth watering” photo~ :hehehe1:
Okay, before I post on my second day food trip to Surabaya Indonesia, I just want to make short post of one more good and cheap Ayam Penyet restaurant in Shah Alam. Ayam Penyet in Shah Alam is getting famous. A lot of Ayam Penyet restaurant had opened here recently. For example there are Ayam Penyet-AP Shah Alam Branch.
But my post here is not about Ayam Penyet-AP, it was just a small stall at Prima Dua Food Court. If you remember, I had previously made some reviewed on the stall at Prima Dua food court. Yeah, that place was a very famous eating spot for UiTM student.
Ayam Penyet Kremes
To avoid the crowd, if possible, please don’t come here during a peak time like lunch or at Dusk (from 6pm till 7pm) time. Seksyen 2 are very pack during that time. Because at that time students had just finished their classes, so they are going to have a meal. and don’t come after 10pm because I think they will be closing.
Anyway, I should just go for the review kot~
Or in English, Prawn Fried Rice @ Stall 34, Dato Sagor Food Court.
Salam, this time I want to review one stall in Ipoh that I frequently visit during my attachment period to have my lunch. The stall is located in a food court called Medan Selera Dato Sagor which in this food court there are variety of foods available. This food court also known as Medan Selera Payung, because this food court is an open rooftop food court, so they put big umbrella on every table to cover the patrons from rain or hot weather.
The food court is located just beside the Masjid Negeri Perak (Perak State Mosque). And behind the Ipoh Hall. If you are a tourist, this place may be easily be found as it is located near to many historical places in Ipoh. The location map will be given at the bottom of this post. So now let’s go to the best part first, the food-toshot of the food. Please read more~
*W.T.F = Where The Food okay~hehe
Hello, as been posted before I had an amazing journey after my final exam finished. And I’ve also stated that I’ve been to Langkawi. I have also made a food review of one of Langkawi food that I managed to try. But this time, to make the review faster, I’ve decided to compile all the foods I’ve eat in Langkawi in one post. This is because I think there is no point to make a single post for every review as it just a small review for each of it. So, here it goes~Read More please~
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Yosh~ Sorryyy for the late update~I’m at Pulau Pinang now for my family holiday~Yeah, straight holidays~ Melaka and Johore with my gf, Langkawi with my friends and Penang with my family, within 2 weeks okay~So I’m really tired travelling for the Cuti-cuti Malaysia. Okay, straight to the point, I will review all the food’s one by one okay. Please bare with me patiently~
Orait, this time I will review one of traditional food in Johore which is the famous Haji Wahid Mee Rebus. The stall is located at Plaza Angsana, Skudai, Johor Baharu. Map HERE. One of my friends told me that it has branches at Stulang, Johor near the Open University but when I checked it, it has been closed already~huhu.
I’m not sure for the opening time of the stall, but I go there on Wednesday night and it’s open. So I assume that it will open on weekdays and weekend but not sure for the hours~As it is a foodcourt, I assume it open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Erm, for me the food is good. THIS IS A MUST TRY if come to Johor. The kuah is nice. And it has something crispy on it~Just look at the picture and I’m sure you will like it~I give them 4 star, if not for the place. But who cares, it shows the originality and identity of the stall~And the price is quite cheap, RM3.50 per meal.Neway, enjoy the picture~