Chicken Curry Puff
This chicken curry puff contains nicely flavoured curry potato, chicken meat and a slice of boiled egg. Its curry filling is lightly spicy, and wrapped in a thin crispy crust. However I can’t exactly taste the chicken meat. It is likeable though.
Mutton Curry Puff
This mutton curry puff has very nice mutton curry flavours. Contains small bits of mutton meat with nice mutton curry flavoured potato and a slice of egg, wrapped in a thin crispy crust. I quite like this.
Black Pepper Chicken Puff
Instead of curry, black pepper sauce is used for this. This black pepper chicken puff contains chunks of chicken meat, and no potato filling as far as I can tell. The black pepper sauce has a light peppery taste, is slightly sweet and slightly salty. The filling is wrapped in a thin crispy crust. In my opinion, This black pepper chicken puff tastes rather ordinary.
Chicken Cheese Puff
This chicken cheese puff uses a filling of chicken meat, onions and cheese. There are small bits of chicken meat mixed with crunchy stripes of onions, and a light cheesy flavour. This is wrapped in a thin crispy crust. Quite likeable if you like onions.
Lemon Tuna Puff
This lemon tuna puff uses tiny bits of tuna with strips of onions and a lemon sauce as its filling. It tastes kind of sweet and kind of odd. The filling is wrapped in their usual thin crispy crust. It is fairly decent, but I’m not exactly into it.
This nasi lemak comes with green pandan rice, peanuts, fried chicken wing, otah and a fried egg. This pandan rice is quite fragrant with nice flavours of coconut milk and pandan leaves. It is served with a dollop of sambal chilli on the side which is mildly spicy, mildly sweet and slight salty flavours that mixes decently with the pandan rice.
The fried chicken wing is not exactly crispy. Its batter is soft and its meat is a bit dry. It has a mildly salty flavour. Just average in my opinion. The otah is more like a fish cake than your usual otah. It is springy and mildly spicy with light savoury taste. The peanuts are fairly crunchy and the fried egg is just your usual regular fried egg.
Overall this nasi lemak is still quite likeable due to its fragrant rice. The other stuff are quite ordinary.
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