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March 30, 2009

Nasi Lemak @ Restaurant Sun Fatt Kee, Seapark PJ

While on a burger hunt earlier, we were left in the lurch when all 3 of our selected burger stalls were closed (on Sunday night). Since we were quite hungry, I decided to take rif and Jeen for some nasi lemak at Seapark PJ. Located next to Maybank in Seapark, I found out about this place more than 5 years ago from a friend who took me here when he first got his driving license. We placed our orders and within a few minutes, we were tucking into our piping hot plate of nasi lemak with ikan bilis, peanuts, freshly fried chicken and a sunny side up.Infused with coconut milk, the rice was fragrant, well-seperated and fluffy. The sambal was sweetish and not very spicy – great for those who can’t take too spicy food, but I would have preferred it spicier. Nonetheless, it went quite well with the rice and runny egg. We really enjoyed the fried chicken. Well-marinated, it was absolutely juicy and tender with crispy skin. A plate costs RM4.50, which I thought was pretty reasonable considering the size of the chicken. Apart from nasi lemak, quite a few people were ordering the mee goreng ayam. I’m so trying this on my next visit!

Ambiance: 4/10 (you sit at the roadside)
Price: 7/10
Food: 7/10
Verdict: Decent nasi lemak, reasonable prices. Plus you get to eat it piping hot even in the middle of the night!

Jalan 21/11b,
46300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
(next to Maybank)

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23 Responses

  1. "Joe" who is constantly craving

    if only i can eat this kinda food late at nite n not grow fat…sigh

  2. SimpleGirl

    yes, the nasi lemak looks good, esp with the fried chicken! Hmm, envy you la, can afford to take supper and still maintaing your slim figure!

  3. Bangsar-bAbE

    SimpleGirl – No need to envy me la, I also watch my weight so that I don’t pile on the kilos =)

    joe – i don’t do this all the time… ;P

  4. mimid3vils

    can’t resist the ayam goreng!!!

  5. 550ml jar of faith

    That fried chicken is just perfect for midnight snacking!! SEA Park is too much of a drive away for me in the middle of the night though… my waistline would probably thank me for resisting too!

  6. Bangsar-bAbE

    550 ml – Not something to be eaten on a regular basis, but it is a great midnight indulgence! =D

    mimi – Same here! Had to stop myself from ordering another piece!! =P

  7. backStreetGluttons

    Our NL ayam in KSelangor ( Tesco ) cost RM 4.80 and so yours is cheaper ( N better?) !

    Strangely we have never tried this one alto we always pass by…

    U ‘ve got mail

  8. thenomadGourmand

    better than Village PArk? Is is Malay version right? I’m really craving for the chinese nasi lemak..hv u tried the femez Jln San Peng one? wanna go try?

  9. Bangsar-bAbE

    thenomadGourmand – Different I would say. Both have their good and not so good points. Errr…doesn’t feel Malay. Cos the sambal not power. ;)

    Ooohhhh…I haven’t tried this. Where exactly??

    BSG – Mine’s cheaper…better I don’t know lar. But I had to sit by the roadside, yours is indoor right?

    Replied already… =D

  10. jeen

    nasi lemak month!
    maybe?

  11. Bangsar-bAbE

    Maybe…there goes my waistline! =P

  12. Selba

    Wow.. the nasi lemak looks so good especially with the fried egg 1/2 done…

  13. Terence

    i agree on the nasi lemak though the portion of rice is small.. so usually go for 2nd helping :) btw, the drinks serve is not bad too..yummy..

  14. Bangsar-bAbE

    Terence – Strange, I didn’t quite like the drinks. The teh tarik was very diluted…

    Selba – Ya…it’s really yummy, but very fattening! =P

  15. Big Boys Oven

    this recommendation of yours sure looks great! so affordable!

  16. worldwindows

    This was my favourite haunt for 2 years until my son stopped his Mandarin classes. Great chicken, piping hot and I thought marinated in ginger juice.

  17. Bangsar-bAbE

    worldwindows – Yes, great chicken indeed!

    BBO – Go try it! =D

  18. foodbin

    quite dangerous to sit by the roadside-the BKT stall in front is ok too.

  19. Bangsar-bAbE

    Err…quite la, but most places do it anyway. Just hope nothing bad happens! >)

  20. taufulou

    wah~ my favourite nasi lemak stall!`

  21. Bangsar-bAbE

    I can see why! =)

  22. imran fariz

    Hi there. How do I get to this place frm kota damansara. Thx.

  23. Wendy

    These guys use recycled oil for frying so be careful as it is not good for health

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