- This uncle selling Nasi Lemak at USJ 14, Subang Jaya is known for being tidy and orderly.
- He operates 5 days a week from 5 p.m to 8.30 p.m.
- Add-on ingredients for the Nasi Lemak include Sambal Sotong, Sambal Ikan and more.
Nasi Lemak USJ 14: Ingredients Arranged In A Neat Manner
Nasi Lemak is a common word here in Malaysia. It’s that plate of harmonious blend among fragrant Pandan Rice, anchovies, peanuts, ‘telur rebus’ as well as a dollop of sambal which makes Nasi Lemak truly irresistible. So, if speaking about it makes you drool, then today’s post is for you. We spotted a humble Nasi Lemak stall in USJ 14 which truly stands out. This is because the owner himself is a perfectionist and he arranges the Nasi Lemak ingredients in a satisfying manner.
As we all know, over the years, there are different renditions of Nasi Lemak. Instead of the usual Nasi Lemak that’s wrapped in banana leaf, we have Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng, Nasi Lemak Rendang and many more. Truly, it’s Nasi Lemak evolution at its finest.
Despite all the variety, it’s our first time spotting a Nasi Lemak stall that’s this neat. Every single ingredient here is arranged in an orderly fashion including the cucumber slices, fried egg, boiled egg and even the fried chicken! This Nasi Lemak stall is now gaining fame on Twitter after a fellow netizen, @HilfaAkmal posted about it. As of the current time of writing, the Tweet has garnered over 25,000 Retweets.
Of course, more netizens started sprinkling the Tweet with one compliment after another. So, when we see something this rare, we know we need to share it with you guys. This Nasi Lemak stall with no specific name operates right behind Petronas USJ 14 starting from 5 PM up till 8.30 PM. Do note that the stall only operates from Monday to Friday.
In addition, there’s actually a wide variety of Nasi Lemak add-on ingredients here. They range from Chicken Curry, Beef Curry, Sambal Sotong as well as Sotong Ikan. According to other relevant tweets, the Uncle is also generous when it comes to the serving size. But of course, the price of each Nasi Lemak is dependent upon the ingredients you opt for.
Unfortunately, the famous stall owner has sadly passed away four months ago. According to OhMyMedia, the stall owner, also known as Abang Rino, had a heart attack back in July. May he rest in peace as his name and legacy for the best nasi lemak in USJ14 continue on. Netizens whom have had their fair share of this delicious nasi lemak will miss it for sure!
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