Nasi Lemak Panas Gerai Yati & Suri @ Selera Jaya 223

Do you prefer a big plate of nasi lemak piled up with sambal sotong and ayam berempah or just some roadside piping hot nasi lemak with tasty sambal wrapped warmly in banana leaves?

The small, banana leave packed nasi lemak rocked our palate!
And we don’t mind driving all the way down towards Jalan 223 in search of the delicious RM1.20 Nasi Lemak at Medan Selera 223
Be warned that upon entering the Medan Selera, you would be swarmed by a group of vendors; read my lips: a group of very determined vendors of different ‘territories’ promoting things like ‘maggi goreng’ or ‘sup kambing’……
We sat at the ‘blue table’ area as we’ve heard about their ‘concentrated/ kao’ Milo.
As we were eyeing on the nasi lemak on our table, we rejected every recommendation they made 😛
Nasi lemak from Gerai Yati had our vote. Spicy sambal with hint of sweetness, half hard boiled egg and hot coconut based rice was a saviour to our cravings.
The packets are actually kinda small and one could easily finish a few with ease!

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There’s another nasi lemak from a different stall, Gerai Yuri, that has a ‘wetter’ version of sambal. However, we don’t really fancy the one from Yuri as we fell in love with Yati’s already.

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*wink* Be sure to try the RED Label nasi lemak 🙂
Nasi Lemak Panas Yati & Suri
Selera Jaya 223
Jalan 223, Petaling Jaya.

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14 Comment

  1. AhTee says: Reply

    Wuuao~the sambal looks so tempting~~
    Sweet & spicy i guess..

  2. ai wei says: Reply

    sighhh, stupid reportsss, if not i can follow along one. sobz

  3. qwazymonkey says: Reply

    I actually like my nasi lemak both ways – as long as the sambal is good. 🙂

  4. WyYv says: Reply

    yup, i prefer the nasi lemak that is wrapped in banana leaves too =] coz the smell would be nicer~

  5. Selba says: Reply

    I want to try nasi lemak, we do have nasi uduk here in Indonesia but I guess it's a bit different.

    Btw, this is the shortest post in this blog, rite? hehehe…

  6. choi yen says: Reply

    I prefer small packet like this, been to this place too, the nasi lemak quite suit my taste bud 🙂

  7. CUMI & CIKI says: Reply

    i actually prefer the small ones wrapped up in banana leaf! so yummie. it justs tastes better!

  8. taufulou says: Reply

    ahhh..one of my all time favourite supper spot~ 🙂

    quite some time did not visit there already

  9. Simon Seow says: Reply

    I seldom come here now when I work night shift because office provide free nasi lemak during dinner time :p I prefer to order the RM 2 nasi lemak on plate from the same stall, more worth it.

  10. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    guess everyone has their favourites.
    feel like dropping over again for a few packs more! yum 🙂

  11. J2Kfm says: Reply

    Neither was my favourite, sadly. Aside from wrapped while they're still piping hot, the nasi lemak and sambal did not do much for me.
    Cheap yes.

    I still like those extra fragrant nasi lemak with lots of santan and a slice of ginger or two, and a great spicy sambal with a sweetish hint and lots of onions.

  12. Mel says: Reply

    i eat this before. at 12.30am in the morning and the nasi lemak still hot!!! delicious!!

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