The nasi lemak is really good here, especially some of the traditional items. The chicken wings are crispy and juicy coated with just the right amount of batter. One wing wasn't enough. My favorite item is the very tasty sweet sambal which tastes a little like the Indonesian sambal bajak. They also offer spicy sambal, emphasis on "spicy," so buyer beware! They also serve lots of other dishes, but I recommend sticking to the traditional nasi lemak items which are the best (rice, chicken wing, ikan bilis, egg, and lots of sweet sambal). My biggest complaint is it's a bit out of the way, in Upper Thomson.
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