Monday, May 22, 2017

Makanhouse @ Bangsar

Bangsar's new hive for local fare brings the neighbourhood together for everything from nasi dagang to fish ball noodle soup in a community-spirited setting filled with rustic touches & fun flourishes (take a seat on the swing or the repurposed bathtubs).

Check out the nasi campur selection, then pile your plate with ayam goreng berempah, beef rendang, sambal ikan bilis with tempoyak & petai, sambal sepat nanas, salted egg, ulam & Malaccan Eurasian favourites like devil's chicken & pei chi salad (each add-on costs between RM2-RM7). The Malaccan influence also prevails in the Nyonya curry laksa (RM10), though the menu stretches as far as the east coast too with the nasi berlauk gulai ikan tongkol Kelantan. Service is friendly & fuss-free.

Makanhouse
5 Jalan Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Currently open for lunch; will operate for dinner eventually.

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    1. The Yum List: some nifty touches!

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  2. Nice interior :) I definitely wanna try the nyonya laksa.

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    1. Baby Sumo: i can't resist ordering nyonya laksa when i see it too ;)

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  3. Yup! My kind of place, looks good. Ummm...that looks like a barber's pole?

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, their neighbour is a barber ;)

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  4. First thing that caught my eye were the plants! I would have missed that bathtub had you not mentioned it. The food looks quite wonderful. Ayam goreng berempah for me, anytime!

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    1. Phong Hong: i didn't notice the bathtub initially too! :)

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