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Friday, 5 October 2012

Nasi Lemak at Village Park Restaurant, Damansara Uptown

One fine morning while I was in class, Papa, Kaw Kaw and Mamarazzi went "kick table legs" at Village Park Restaurant.

First time having the opportunity to sit INSIDE the restaurant. Usually get to sit at the side walk aje coz inside are full.

Fuiyoh...did not expect they have so many dishes there.

 Mamarazzi and Papa had Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken.

 While Kaw Kaw had the one with Sotong.

Mamarazzi love their rice coz its not lumpy and its very fragrant


 Mamarazzi saw "Fresh Limau Mint" drink in the Menu. Was curious so she order one. 

 Very interesting. They put a stalk of Lemongrass in it. Can see the bottom of the stalk have been smash to give it more taste.

Was surprised to see two pieces of Laychee in the glass.

Taste of the drink was not too sweet. It's sourish which is just nice to "clear away" the oil from the Fried Chicken.

 Two eggy for "ular" LOL.

 Roti....nice but too full already ....

Saw they are selling some "kuih". Not sure how much per piece but can see the size was quite big.

Here is the address of the Restaurant if you are interested to try out the food

No 5 Jalan SS21/37
Damansara Utama
47400 Petaling Jaya
Selangor.

61 comments:

  1. lemongrass with lychee should taste good..

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  2. High class place. Sure, prices also high class one...

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  3. wah, this mamarazzi everyday go here makan go there makan.. so long have not been cooking already~~

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  4. Uncle SK also long time have not been eating nasi lemak already lah.. hmmmm, suddenly feel like having it, should i?? hehehe~~

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  5. lemongrass mint?? i think quite a good combination right?? but then i don't really fancy lemongrass lah, i prefer lime mint, or green apple mint lor, more refreshing woh..

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    1. Yes good combination.....i like the lemongrass smell

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  6. yalor, i don't like lumpy rice lah.. i like those that are dry and each biji of rice is separate.. cooking rice is also an art and need skills one you know?? haha~~

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    1. Me too!

      The only lumpy cooked rice I like will be when I'm eating Japanese or Korean.

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    2. ya wor...cook nasi lemak also need skill...also have to see the santan just salty enough. cannot too salty

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  7. I like their nasi lemak. That place always very lau juak. Until cannot breathe :)

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    1. Phoong Hong

      aiya.....never say...else call you out to makan

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  8. Wah! Nasi lemak~~ I'm craving for one!

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    1. So good for breakfast~~

      Tomorrow imma buy one and get higher cholesterol, wakakakaka!

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    2. I so long never eat Nasi lemak dy... *Must resist temptation*

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    3. cham cham....must run and hide...Y n Y sista going to kill me...

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  9. Most important for me is the nasi and the sambal~

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    1. Yvonne


      True...if sambal not good the spoilt the taste

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  10. Reading Meow's and STP's blogs are dangerous to my health. All makan, makan only. Make me drool over them and get hungry thus ruining my diet.

    I should do like HS and avoid anything that is bad for me! LOL

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  11. That drink sounds really good with the lemon grass!

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  12. Aww...I love nasi lemak a lot. I'm a true blue M'sian..hehe

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  13. Kuih, I am Nyonya Kuih lover.

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    1. Yan

      hahaha...then must avoid this shop else you will beh tahan and order everytthibg

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  14. The Fresh Limau Mint juice sounds refreshing!

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  15. hey..who was the ular who ate the eggs? :)

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  16. The nasi lemak and mint drink sure appetising. So, what Small Kucing has??

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  17. just perfect for me to build up my appetite nice nice

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  18. i wad drooling over that fried chicken

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  19. anyways congratulation for toping once again on sk commentator chart

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  20. have a great day and happy blogging to you god bless

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    1. A great day blogging to you too Mecoy

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  21. Went there once. Nasi lemak and fried chicken was nice, but sambal not spicy at all. Haven't gone back since.

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    1. Synical

      Yikes not spicy ah? Hmm....not enough cili padi kot

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  22. I never bong chan b4, what a shame >.<

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  23. I think this place was featured in a tv channel before.

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  24. That drink sounds really good - and so does that fried chicken!

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  25. I love that shop and eat their Nasi Lemak often. I rate their Nasi Lemak as the best and they won awards too. I heard Tun M always ta pau from there too.

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  26. I will have to go and try out this nasi lemak. Heard (read) so much about it so must go and eat it one day.

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    1. Mun

      ya lor...we went there coz we read about it

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  27. *gulp* Nasi Lemak . . . long time no makan about it lmao

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  28. The fresh limau mint looked very refreshing, I like it!

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