The Rice Noodle House

Suddenly, that craving for Nasi Lemak has hit me once again.

Nasi Lemak is a Malaysian delicacy which consists of fragrant coconut rice with sambal, ikan bilis (anchovies), peanuts and boiled egg. Some dishes which goes well with Nasi Lemak includes sambal squid, sambal fish, chicken or chicken/beef rendang, squid fritters or even fried chicken or fish.

We arrived at The Rice Noodle House after the peak lunch hour. This is my second time here and we have already decided what to order. NASI LEMAK! Dad and I ordered the Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang ($10.50) and mum ordered the Nasi Lemak with fried chicken ($7.90). The Nasi Lemak with fried chicken comes with two different sizes; a regular and small.

As it was just after the peak lunch hour, our Nasi Lemak arrived after 15 minutes of placing our orders. There was a generous portion of fragrant coconut rice and the anchovies were crispy. The Beef Rendang was delicious! It has a good amount of desiccated coconut and the meat was very soft and tender. The sambal was cooked perfectly and it was not too spicy. Overall, the elements of the Nasi Lemak blended well with each other.


Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang

I had a taste test of mum’s Nasi Lemak. It was also yummy and the fried chicken was boneless and crunchy. If I were given a bowl of these fried chicken to eat while watching my favourite movie or TV show, I would be able to finish the whole bowl.


Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken

It was indeed a tasty lunch at The Rice Noodle House. Craving fulfilled! YAY! Other than just serving Nasi Lemak, The Rice Noodle House also serves other Malaysian delicacies such as Hainanese Chicken Rice and Ho fun Noodles (Soup or dry). I would recommend you to give the Rice Noodle House  a try to satisfy your cravings for Malaysian food or to try something new. 🙂

My Rating: mmm (good)

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