Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Nasi Kandar King, Sri Petaling

Nasi Kandar King is of noble lineage; its mainly Penang-born founders sourced their recipes from a veteran nasi kandar purveyor in South Seberang Perai. The food here comes in princely portions, flooded with kuah of sufficiently robust, sweet-savoury flavours - the use of nasi minyak makes for a tasty touch, though we'd still love to see more variety in the lauk, especially in the form of, say, cockles, fried fish roe and chicken liver. The streets of George Town still reign for those of us who studied in Penang for three years, but Nasi Kandar King could be next in line to the throne in KL. 

Nasi Kandar King
12a, Jln Radin Bagus 7, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 
Currently open Monday-Saturday, 11am till dinnertime.

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9 comments:

  1. Yet another king...hope this one lives up to its name! ;) I have to say the prices are quite cheap for a nasi kandar joint. It's admirable that they sell cheap cheap after 9pm and give the balance away to charity to prevent food wastage.

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    1. Contact.ewew: yeah, it's too early to crown this as the king, but i do like how they try to do justice to the penang flavours of nasi kandar - it seems to be 75 percent there! :)

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  2. I'll starve till 9 p.m. if that is the case. Dinper! LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, 9pm is a pretty late dinner! :D

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  3. ok, I will go there at 9pm....jst nearby my house only

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    1. Nux V: yay! hopefully there'll be enough food still left at 9pm though! :)

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  4. Not a fan of Nasi Kandar but will eat occasionally. Their fried chicken looked like quite nicely cooked.

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    1. Choi Yen: i actually love nasi kandar - used to try to have it at least once a week in penang ;)

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  5. Just wondering..is this meal halaal..are the chickens slaughtered according to islamic rituals...I m here

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