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“Do you know what is Nasi Tumpang?” asked Chris smartly one day, pretty sure I wouldn’t know the answer.
“I only know Nasi Kandar & Nasi Lemak” I murmured defeatedly.
He then ushered me towards his Nasi Tumpang ‘research’.
I wow-ed ;P
It was from Masak-Masak and SimpleGirl, we got exposed to this Kelantanese delicacy.
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Nasi Tumpang is one of Kelantan’s local specialties in which the rice is packed in a cone-shaped banana leaf. Traditionally meant for travelers, it is packed tightly consisting an omelette, beef floss, chicken rendang and sweet sambal gravy & cucumbers.

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11 layers of goodness for RM9.80; consisting Serunding daging, Ayam Rendang, Sambal Special, Telur & Timun.
I heard their Nasi Lemak Ayam (RM6.90) was something to die for too. This gave another right reason for us to place an order. True somehow, the fried chicken was fragrant and flavoured with spices. And we like the sambal too as we prefer having the sweeter version of sambal gravy. It matches our preference. And as for its coconut based rice, it lacks the fragrance. Nothing to shout about.
Verdict: Not something to die for. Too serious. tapi boleh order-lah.. :)

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Flooding MILO??
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It’s their Milo Warung Special (RM4). Overflowing with milo powder over its brim, this drink actually tasted more than just Milo itself; an-air bandung-like-taste-plus-milo. Overly sweetened, and tasted weird, this wasn’t really special.
Warung incorporates an open-spaced dining concept, bringing back an old school sentiment with their zinc-aluminum topped tables and wooden stools.

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The Warung

Lot F028C, 1st Floor
North Court
MidValley Megamall City
(Next to the walkway to Northpoint and the KTM Komuter extrance)

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