Kepong Wai Sek Kai, Jalan Antoi Kiri, Kepong Baru
Kuala Lumpur 52100

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05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

05:00pm - 10:00pm

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This nondescript nasi lemak stall in Kepong’s Wai Sek Kai sees locals fall in line for mouth-watering Nasi Lemak (from RM2.50) with fluffy, perfectly cooked coconut rice, and the punch-packed sambal. Pair that with the Sambal Sotong (from RM1.50) and the flavourful Rendang Daging or Curry Chicken (from RM1). The friendly uncle who runs the humble stall is generous when it comes to piling on extra rice and sambal, which you should always yes say to.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH

Saw this from one of the many mouth-watering #BriansMakanTours and just had to try!

The queue here forms at least 15-20 minutes even before the food arrives (nope, it’s not prepared on site = they close once they sell out), so make sure you come early/on time! Thankfully service is very efficient, so you don’t have to wait too long for your fix. 👌🏼

Everyone was ordering the chicken curry so we went ahead with that, as well as cuttlefish drenched in a sweet, spicy sauce. Both the chicken and cuttlefish were tender, but the highlight for me was the fragrant steamed rice! 😍 Do note that the sambal's more on the sweet side, and that eggs come in hard-boiled form.


By 5pm, locals fall in line at Kepong Wai Sek Kai's end-stall for delicious nighttime Nasi Lemak (RM2.50). The humble dish appeals to older patrons, likely for the aromatic rice cooked just enough so that every grain still holds weight, much like basmati rice. In other words, bring your parents and queue in their stead! When it's your turn, order the sweet-spicy Sambal Sotong (from RM1.50) and if you're really hungry, the flavourful Curry Chicken (from RM1) alongside. The jolly pak cik (uncle) who started the business years ago knows his crowd and will be sure to offer you extra rice and sambal — take it. You can thank us once you've had your first spoonful of rice smothered in punch-packed sambal.
Avg price per person: RM5
Photo by Burppler Trisha Toh