I've fallen in love with Malay food since my college days when 9 out of 10 of my classmates are Malay! The Kelantanese family operating their stall just right below the condo we were staying at serve the best and unbeatable Nasi Goreng Cendawan which I still miss until today!
After that I very rarely have Malay food and hence it wasn't easy to find any good ones that I really love. That totally changed when I found out about this shop near my office, which doesn't even have an official name. If you want to look for them, look for Sinbad Cafe, which I'm assuming is the name of the previous tenant.The small and casual restaurant can be very busy during lunch time, but the owner and his workers are always with a big smile and are super duper friendly whenever they come to serve you. That is, what I call 5-star service. While the mixed rice section doesn't have too much of choices, but if you are lucky, sometimes they have La-La soup and crabs!
|I was late for lunch that day so no much left, proof that they are very busy during lunch hours.|
|Mee Bandung, RM5.|
|Mee Ladna, RM5.|
|Mee Hailam, RM5.|
|Telur Dadar, RM1.|
So far I've also tried their Mee Ladna (though I always go for Kuey Teow and Maggi) and Mee Hailam (Bihun Mee is my choice) which are also pretty good, especially the fact that they have never been stingy with their ingredients really just made it very worthy for lunch! And their sambal belacan is also what you mustn't miss! So pedas yet sedap!!!
|I can eat there everyday!!!|
Definitely on the top of my list for both delicious Malay food and wallet-friendly! :)
28, Jalan Medan Setia 1,
50490 Kuala Lumpur