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If you are not in the mood for the nasi lemak, the Pan Mee is probably the next best thing to order.

The journey there was rather smooth as traffic wasn’t as highly congested on a Friday morning and we got a table almost immediately when we reached but the restaurant soon filled up very quickly thereafter. Went straight for the signature Village Park’s Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (12 MYR) and if there is one single dish that solidifies your visit to Kuala Lumpur, it has to be a visit to Village Park for this plate of goodness.

The coconut rice was aromatic and fluffy and sambal was a good balance of sweet and spicy. The x-factor has got to be the berempah fried chicken which was well marinated, juicy and tender. Everything was right about this plate and it was a great breakfast to start the day.
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✨ Village Park Restaurant
📍 5, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
🍴 [Self-Funded]

Siti li has a good range of the favourite Malay food such as cucur udang, Soto Ayam, Laksa Johor and even cecodok pisang. The price is a little steep, but the portion of the food is quite big that you can share.

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Negori Sembilan food that is TO DIE FOR. If you like spicy food, this is a MUST GO place. I’m here almost every week so you can guess how good this is.

What a great find! This place offers Nasi Kerabu that is on point. Generous portion which guarantee enough to feed even a man. Amazed by the big size drumstick and the fragrant Basmathi rice. Not only the mains are well taken care of, even the side are well on point. Super crunchy and fresh fish keropok! Thumbs up.
Food: 9/10, Price: RM15

Asam Pedas Ikan Tenggiri. A common dish I would have at home. This is spicy, flavourful and very nice. They did not alter it to be more western like the masak merah which is highly appreciated. I would have this set again if I ever go back to Siti Li. That and the cekodok. And perhaps the teh tarik (pulled tea)

I'm sure everyone in KL would have been here or at least heard of this place as its nasi lemak is known as 'the best nasi lemak' in town.

I can't say if it is the best but this place definitely lives up to its fame. The fried chicken is the real star - it is crispy and well-marinated, and amazingly tender, moist on the inside. It is topped with lots of fried crispy bits of spices, which adds extra flavour and crunch when eaten with the rice.

Even though the rice might not be the most fragrant, it is very fluffy with each grain perfectly separated. Mix the rice with the well-balanced sweet-and-spicy sambal, so BOMB! Service was quick and efficient too as our food came in less than 10 minutes.

It’s an okay ish dish, would prefer the accompanying sambal to be more spicy than sweet and preferably for the ayam to come with cauliflower and long beans (like how the usual ayam kunyit would be served).
Waited a long time for this dish but it’s not really something I would drive all the way for.