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Nasi Lemak; we can all agree that it’s the national dish of Malaysia. So much so that almost every state in the country has its very own take on the traditional nasi lemak recipe. Mana-mana jua, where you find Malaysians, you will find nasi lemak. However, when we talk about places that serve nasi lemak, only a small handful of popular names come to mind. In which case, can you find these 6 deliciously hidden nasi lemak places in the Klang Valley?

 

1. Nasi Lemak Warong SinarNor

 

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Along Jalan Chan Sow Lin, conveniently shaded from the sun by trees, one can find Nasi Lemak Warong SinarNor. Run from a stall (as most good food haunts are), Warong SinarNor serves a delicious nasi lemak that keeps customers coming back repeatedly. But the highlight of the stall has to be its ayam goreng rempah (chicken fried with spices). Light, crispy, and high on flavor, it goes superbly with a heaping serving of nasi with sambal.

Address: Jalan Dua, Off Jalan Chan Sow Lin, 55200, Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: Daily (6:30 AM-11:30AM)

 

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2. Ziemil Corner Nasi Lemak Kukus

 

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Located across the street from the Wangsa Maju EPF offices, Ziemil Corner is a favourite haunt among many locals who live in the Wangsa Melawati, Taman Melawati and Wangsa Maju neighbourhoods. Typically up and running by 9 am, the corner stall serves up a deliciously fluffy nasi lemak, with an incredible spectrum of lauk-pauk to satisfy even the most picky of eaters. Expect wrap-around lines during lunch hour!

Address: Taman Wangsa Melawati, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur


Operating hours: Tuesdays (7AM-noon), Wednesdays and Thursdays (7AM-2PM), Fridays and Saturdays (7AM-1PM), Sundays (8AM-noon); closed on Mondays

 

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3. Nasi Lemak Pak Hassan

 

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Found in Kampung Baru, Nasi Lemak Pak Hassan stays true to the belief that a good nasi lemak stall should be above all things, cheap and delicious. With prices that start at RM4 and a spicy-sweet sambal sotong that pulls crowds in at all hours of the day, it’s no wonder that it is considered to be a staple of the Kampung Baru food scene. Moreover, Pak Hassan also offers a delicious roti canai for those who want a lighter alternative to rice.

Address: 47, 39, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Bandar Wawasan, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: Tuesdays to Sundays (7AM-1PM); closed on Mondays

 

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4. Mali’s Corner 

 

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Mali’s Corner is another underrated feature on this list, as most folks outside of the Setapak area would likely have not heard about it. Run from a curbside stall, eager customers are usually seen lining up well ahead of time. The nasi lemak and kway teow basah come highly recommended! But be sure to come during the evenings, as they are only open past 5:30 PM.

Address:   Mali’s Corner,  Gerai Makan Radziah, Jalan Malinja 2, Taman Bunga Raya, 53300, Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: Daily (5:30PM-4:30AM)

 

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5. Nasi Lemak Saleha

 

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Originally founded in Kampung Pandan, Nasi Lemak Saleha now operates in the suburban neighbourhood of Sri Rampai. Cooked from a family recipe that has been passed down for generations, the owner of the restaurant, Kak Saleha, continues to man the stove herself. Their nasi lemak is best served with a side of ayam rendang, stewed to perfection. Expect long queues!

Address: 8, Jln Seri Rejang 5, Setapak Jaya, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: Daily, (7AM-12AM)

 

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6. Nasi Lemak Angah

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Found along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah in Sentul, KL, Nasi Lemak Angah is an unmistakable landmark within the Sentul region. As reported by FriedChilies, it was founded through the continued efforts of Fadly Fuad’s commitment to his family heritage in food. The business is now a booming one that continues to serve a faithful recipe of a delicious nasi lemak and lauk to go with. The nasi lemak packets recall those from days of old, small but filled to the very brim. Open it up and you are treated to a decadent spread of nasiikan bilis, kacang, cucumber, and of course, a lot of sambal. Especially popular during events, Nasi Lemak Angah’s nasi lemak packets are also available for catering.

Address: Pasar Batu 2 1, 2, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Sentul, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: Mondays to Saturdays (6AM – 2PM); closed on Sundays

Contact: 017 6712213

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