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A foodie trip to Malaysia isn't complete until you've eaten its national dish, nasi lemak. Locals eat this dish of coconut milk rice and spicy sambal at any time of the day, and you'll find many versions wherever you go. You'll find the most customary version at Village Park restaurant in Damansara Uptown. Although it buzzes with a crowd from as early as 6.30am, the service is efficient and your patience will be rewarded. Dig into the signature Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (RM10.40) – think fluffy coconut rice, juicy golden fried chicken, sweet-and-spicy sambal, crunchy peanuts and ikan bilis. Make space for other delicious sides like the Sambal Sotong (RM3) which spice lovers will enjoy.
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You can never go wrong with a good plate of Nasi Lemak from Village Park. Everything done just right! Fluffy fragrant rice, peanuts and Ikan bilis adds to the crunch factor of the dish, fried chicken undoubtedly juicy and aromatic. It’s no wonder people were willing to get out of bed at the crack of dawn on a public holiday just to get their hands on a plate!
Come early to avoid the breakfast crowd.

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No stranger to locals and tourists alike, Village Park is your go-to when it comes to a ‘confirm good’ nasi lemak experience. Order their signature Nasi Lemak with crumby and gingery Ayam Goreng (RM11). The wait is long on weekends, so come early before lunch hour to get a good seat in the air-conditioned area.
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Highly raved nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur deserved all that attention. I haven't been to KL in years, and I'm seriously considering going there more often as there were just too many food that I want to try.
The two components that stood out were the rice and berempah chicken. While some like their rice to be soft and fluffy (think: adam road selera rasa), this will appeal to those who prefer their rice to be more chewy. I really like the distinctive coconut milk fragrance coming from the rice, which was very pleasant and strong. And I'll come for the fried chicken too, it was very crispy, and well-seasoned with spices.
I'm thankful for this recommendation by @weeatfish and @mininomster, and most of all my KL friend @ngyvjane for driving me there before rushing me to the airport to catch my flight.
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Even to this day, Village Park's famous Nasi Lemak never cease to satisfy my taste buds. Simple yet authentic in it's own way; the fragrant coconut rice will lure you through the ever growing crowd, enticing enough for you to try the juicy chicken (it also has masses of crispy chicken skin on the side for an extra crunch) And spicy sambal for that extra burn (if you like spicy that is) 8.5/10 (RM 10.50)
Village Park's Nasi Lemak (fat rice is the literal translation, but it ain't unhealthy 😂) is a MUST VISIT for those who are visiting Kuala Lumpur. Though a little far from the city and it can get super crowded during breakfast and lunch hours, it's definitely worth the wait. It's also near Mamalee's too (check my previous post on it)

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Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken [RM10.40]⁣⁣
✨: The best part of the plate is the fried chicken-- crisp and flavourful with tender and juicy insides. And how could I not mention the fried bits piled on top (though they didn’t give me much this time :c). Some may dislike the sweet sambal, but I am all for it. ⁣
Would definitely bring a first-timer to nasi lemak here!⁣

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