Friday, January 18, 2008

Nasi Lemak and Mee Goreng @ Restaurant Sun Fatt Kee, Seapark, Petaling Jaya


Nasi Lemak

Continuing my Petaling Jaya trail of great food is this particular mamak stall. Located at Restaurant Sun Fatt Kee, just across from Seapark market, business here starts when night falls. They share the premises with a bak kut teh stall and during the day, you can get excellent Teochew porridge here with fried clams, assam fish and etc. Seems they're well known among PJ-ites and is also known as the "Maybank mamak", since they're right in front of the bank.


Famous Fried Chicken


Tables and chairs will be set up around the shop and even outside on the side of the road. Every night it is super packed with people and it seems business is so good, they only close for 3 hours on Sunday! Talk about working your workers to the bone.


Mee Goreng


Everything about this place impresses - good food, great prices and quick and efficient service. I love their drinks, a bit too much crushed ice but the taste of their Air Limau is good, with a slight sharpness versus those watered down sugary versions you usually get at the mamak.


I sampled the nasi lemak with fried chicken. Thumbs up to the rice, which had a tantalising aroma of coconut milk. Sambal was spicy but not overly tongue numbing. Topped with an egg with a runny egg yolk, it was good stuff at only RM4.50. I love their fried chicken too - juicy chicken meat with a crisp coating from the batter. Splashie Boy had their Mee Goreng (RM3), also a favourite. I managed to steal a few strands before he finished it. Thumbs up too. Do give a try and many thanks to my friend, S for pointing me in this direction.

Mamak Stall at Restaurant Sun Fatt Kee
At the crossroads of Jalan 21/17 and Jalan 21/11B
Seapark
Petaling Jaya

(Halal. Open from 6pm till midnight everyday except Sunday when they're closed for 3 hours.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.


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29 comments:

Hazza said...

What struck me about the nasi lemak was the rice that appeared well separated and firm, yet has enough greasiness (judging by the gleam from it)to make it an excellent dish! All very unhealthy, I am sure, but good food isnt meant to be healthy anyway!

boo_licious said...

hazza - u're right, the rice is very good stuff as I really enjoyed it plus the coconut milk aroma.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

omg..the only thing that attracted me was the nice shiny mata kerbau!!..i want fried eggs now..

Nic (KHKL) said...

the ayam goreng looks crunchy...and not burnt too, unlike some famous mamak joints..hehe...this may sound weird but i love the runny yolk+sambal mixture :)

ling239 said...

oh... i only know the bkt at night din know got mamak food ! tks ^_^

btw the curry mee during day time also not bad oh...

c'est la vie said...

God bless Malaysia. without being too philosophical as long as nasi lemak is this good, at RM4.5 Malaysia will always be great. I love expensive food too, but this mee goreng is talking.
thanks for sharing

yammylicious said...

i'm so proud to be malaysian of having good food every where specially nasi lemak!! slurp!!

fatboybakes said...

nasi lemak with friend mata kerbau, the way God intended it to be. YUMMY, and open at nights!!!!

Flower said...

Nasi Lemak and mee goreng, sedapnye. I still didnt master the art of making mee goreng mamak. Have to practice more. Need my friend to come to my place more often to be the judge...

ps- Hi, how are you.

Ammie said...

Look yummy! I have tried these dishes once when I traveled to KL last year. xD

Jackson said...

i love my nasi lemak to go with 2 mata kerbau!!!

irresistible said...

Looks good..And it is cheap too..How do u find it??
I tasted another nasi lemak in "Six to Ten" in ss17 PJ. I tried their curry chicken and rendang.. It was unforgettable.. You should have a try.

daphne said...

What a great price.. and the egg is still runny! that's good-alot of places serve egg that has been cooked and left on the table for hrs!

bigfish_chin said...

Oh dear... i always love this.
I used to eat Nasi Lemak almost every day when i was still working in PJ. Buying from the stall near the LRT station last time until the PakCik always give FOC fried egg! haha...

Timothy said...

One Nasi Lemak leads to another. I was just reading wht you wrote and somebody called me for nasi lemak session tonite. I think your blog predicts stuffs ! Haha ....

Imbi & Itchy said...

i like their nasi lemak but always feel guilthy after eating them because i will tambah nasi, tambah sambal etc ... but theirs are really not too bad

Daniel said...

hi, i'm from criticallyacclaimed.
thanks for linking us!
i hope u dont mind if we exchange links yea?

Tummythoz said...

So seductive. Talking about that perfect bull's eye of coz.

Precious Pea said...

I can almost feel the runny egg yolk sliding down my throat. Looks good! We can go there during our sista gathering nite.

Malaysian Food Review said...

yup...this is very good...

if you watch how they do it....haha...u can see that they dig up some watery floor

but the taste of the fried chicken is unbeatable


malaysianfoodreview.com

Shan said...

Hi could I ask you what make of camera you use? Your photographs are great

JOjo said...

Woah! I've been avoiding nasi lemak for a long time. A few bite is alrite but a plate to myself, all i can say nasi is not my staple food. Bread is. Lol...
But the mata lembu looks wonderful!

wenching & esiong said...

Wow, the egg on top of the nasi lemak looks so good. Will pay more attention to this restaurant!

boo_licious said...

Joe - make yr own???

Nic - I love runny yolk too, very sinful but yummy. Think that's why I love half boiled eggs so much.

ling239 - not tried the curry mee here, usually eat teochew porridge instead.

c'est la vie - After reading the whole wkend's depressing news abt the stock mkt and inflation, I love places like these who serve good food at great prices!

yammylicious - hee hee, go grab some girl and u'll be singing praises.

fbb - very popular with the young crowd too!

hiya flower! Long time no see. Am sure yr nasi lemak sedap gila!

ammie - ah! Glad u enjoyed them as nasi lemak is the "unofficial national dish."

jackson - aiks! That one a lot of cholestrol.

irrestible - found it per recommendation from my friend.

daphne - they have people just frying eggs constantly hence it's nice and fresh.

bigfish chin - hmmm, sounds like you're the pakcik's good customer to get a free egg.

timothy - pure coincidence I guess?

imbi and itchy - hee hee, yes guilt sets in after eating a plate but it's good stuff.

daniel - thxs for the intro to "maybank mamak"

tummythoz - hee hee, quivering egg waiting to be eaten up.

precious pea - hmmm, quite near also.

msian food review - yes, a few favs but done really well.

shan - I use a Panasonic Lumix, just an ordinary point and shoot.

jojo, wenching and esiong - go try! won't regret trying this place.

Arfi Binsted said...

nasilemak is similar to nasi uduk in indonesia. lovely fragrant steam coming from the hot rice, just lovely to gobble up with beef rendang or ayam kapitan!! great dish!

Dino & Dimples said...
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boo_licious said...

arfi binsted - yet to try nasi uduk but it sounds delish.

tekko said...

thanks for the info. usually i only eat fried Hokkien mee and BKT there.

Julian Si said...

Sun Fatt Kee curry noodles is yummy :-)

http://juliansi.blogspot.com/2008/03/curry-beef-noodles-sun-fatt-kee-sea.html

Cheers!

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