March 27, 2023

Top 5 Nasi Lemak Bungkus (2017)

Nasi lemak bungkus always have a special place in our hearts. It reminds us of a time when things are simpler and ahem, cheaper. This is for all of you who like their nasi lemak old school. Check out these nasi lemak bungkus at IENL in November…

” Little Packets of Joy! “

We rounded up our favourite nasi lemak bungkus that will be available for you to try at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2016. Don’t let their humble appearance fool you, these perfectly packed delights may be small and petite but they definitely deliver big results when it comes to taste. Look through our list to see which packet you want to unwrap first…

Nasi Lemak BK4

Nasi Lemak BK4 (Bandar Kinrara 4) is for you old-school no fuss nasi lemak bungkus lover. What started as a lunch pack for their children to save money has turned into a business with a whopping 5000 orders a day. Their children received orders from their friends and business started to bloom. Nasi lemak Bk4 is very popular among nasi lemak bungkus aficionados.

The sambal is stirred slowly and meticulously till its color turns to a deep red, which mean chillies and onions are cooked well to release their natural sweetness. They use krills to add that extra briny flavor to their sambal The rice is tasty and crumbly makes it a perfect vessel for the sambal. The anchovies are crunchy and salty to add in texture to the nasi lemak.. A simple yet well rounded nasi lemak to start your day.

Contact Pn. Hajar – 013 6070527 to find our where you can get a packet of BK4 Nasi Lemak for brekkie.

Nasi Lemak EK

This is another one for all of you nasi lemak bungkus fans. Nasi Lemak EK uses high quality santan to make the rice distinctively rich. The creamy santan helps the rice to achieve a soft non – clumpy texture.

Sambal is thick, smooth, sweet with a touch of heat. It consists of ikan bilis, chillies and onions. One thing sets Nasi Lemak EK apart is the absence of cucumbers, it is mentioned that her nasi lemak can last until 8pm. Wrapped in traditional daun pisang to give a tantalising aroma to your perfect breakfast. Make way to EK and grab a pack!

147, Jln 1/27D Seksyen 6 Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +601 6235 8105 (call or text. Don’t whatsapp) Instagram: @ettaskitchen
7am-11pm only, daily

Nasi Lemak Angah

Nasi Lemak Angah started solo as Angah himself operated around KL area. It was a few years after that his wife joined in the business and it became the Nasi Lemak Angah we know today. The recipe is a combination of two families as Angah’s parents sold nasi lemak and kueh back in his hometown Ipoh and his wife’s parents also sold nasi lemak. He now resides and sells from the exact same house that his in-laws used to sell nasi lemak since 1986.

Nasi lemak Angah has a greenish tint because they add blended daun pandan juice to intensify the richness and heighten the aroma. Angah strives to make the sambal balanced, in terms of spiciness, sweetness, saltiness, and even sourness. He had his wife prepare her version of sambal and he himself will adjust the taste if he feels that something is missing from it. Although Nasi Lemak Angah is a nasi lemak bungkus, they have good lauks as well. The sweet and spicy ayam masak merah is a favorite amongst his customers.

In front of Pangsapuri Mawar, Jalan 7/48a, Bandar Baru Sentul, Kuala Lumpur,
017 6712213 ( Fadly a.k.a Angah )
6am till noon, 5 pm till 10pm, Mon – Sun

Nasi Lemak Suri

Nasi Lemak Suri is one of the kings at Selera 223 foodcourt. Their packets of nasi lemak are packed fresh and served 359 days a year, taking only Raya Aidilfirtri and Raya Hajj off. Now run by Mohd Lutfi who inherited it from his mum who in turn inherited it from her mum.

The third generation stall still retains his grandmother’s recipes in all of their cooking. The sambal has a mild heat and bit of sweetness to it. The rice is slightly clumpy but all in all it’s a satisfying packet of nasi lemak. If you are the type to have your nasi lemak with different types of lauk, Nasi Lemak Suri has that covered too. They a wide range of lauks such as begedil and fried fish for you to choose from. Best part of the stall is that they open all day so you can have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or supper!

Jalan 51a/223, Seksyen 51a, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Open all day.

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The sambal is well rounded, not too sweet nor spicy, it hits the spot just right. The deep crimson sambal is thick, having dried chillies, onions and garlic blended in and cooked slowly for two hours. That is the extent of the recipe that was given to us, more mystery… The rice is cooked with the typical santan, pandan and ginger and more secret ingredients. Priced at RM1.50 per packet, this nasi lemak is friendly to your pocket and very pleasing to the belly.

At the shoplot along Jln SS 17/47, Sek 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor (next to Syarikat Letrik Bobby Lim
7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Mon to Sat ( closed on Sundays and public holidays )

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