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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Comments

  1. "Joe" who is constantly craving says:

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

  2. SimpleGirl says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    can’t resist the ayam goreng!!!

  5. 550ml jar of faith says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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. nasi lemak month!
    maybe?

  11. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    Maybe…there goes my waistline! =P

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

  13. 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 says:

    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 says:

    this recommendation of yours sure looks great! so affordable!

  16. worldwindows says:

    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 says:

    worldwindows – Yes, great chicken indeed!

    BBO – Go try it! =D

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

  19. Bangsar-bAbE says:

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

  20. taufulou says:

    wah~ my favourite nasi lemak stall!`

  21. Bangsar-bAbE says:

    I can see why! =)

  22. imran fariz says:

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

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

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