Nasi Ayam Penyet
This nasi ayam penyet comes with a piece of fried chicken thigh, fried tofu, cucumber slices, cherry tomato and lettuce. It is served with plain white rice and spicy belachan chilli. Some nicely flavoured and spicy curry sauce is added to the rice.
The fried chicken has moist and meaty meat. Its skin is coated in a light crispy batter. The fried chicken has very nice seasoning flavours and is topped with some crispy fried garlic on its skin. It is really good! The fried tofu likewise is coated in a crispy batter, crispy outside and soft inside. It is nice too.
This serving of nasi ayam penyet is definitely an enjoyable one.
Nasi Ayam Panggang
The nasi ayam panggang comes with a piece of grilled chicken thigh glazed with a sweet black sauce, and served with white rice, cucumber slices, cherry tomato and lettuce. The grilled chicken has soft moist meat. Its skin is soft as well. It has a sweet taste coming come the added sweet black sauce. It is decent though personally I like their ayam penyet a lot more.
This bakso soup comes with very soft and juicy beef balls with meaty and savoury flavours. Its soup is nicefly flavoured, containing some lettuce and bean sprouts. Quite likeable.
Blue Pea Nasi Lemak
The nasi lemak served here uses blue pea rice. It comes with a fried chicken wing, fried egg, ikan bilis and peanuts. The begedil is an extra. A sweet tasting sambal chilli and a slice of cucumber is served on the side.
The rice is quite fragrant with faint flavoures of blue pea and coconut milk. The ikan bilis is crispy and the peanuts is cruchy. Fried egg is quite ordinary. The begedil has soft potato filling and a mildly crispy egg coating, decent flavours. The fried chicken wing has a nice crispy skin, moist meat and nice seasoning flavours. The fried chicken wing is good! I like it.
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