Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Nasi Lemak & Curry Laksa @ Bakery Joy, Taman Megah, Petaling Jaya

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Life tends to deal out some weird cards.


Behind a bad show of hands, a joker seems to pop up to give us a little light and hope at the end of a dark tunnel.


Take for instance, this particular gem of a place.


While I had noticed it for some time, I only discovered that it served fabulous nasi lemak when I ate it at the most unlikely of places i.e. a funeral wake.


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It felt a little weird to be stuffing our faces in a wake.


We had politely resisted the alluring nasi lemak packets on the table but some hungry tummies opened a packet that started a string of us falling down to its delectableness.


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Unlike the fiery sambals usually shoved in the nasi lemak packets, this one has a home made feel with aromatic coconut rice, half a hard boiled egg and a sprinkling of deep fried ikan bilis and peanuts.


You get a choice of chicken rendang (RM5 per packet) or sambal sotong (RM4.50). I love both as they taste rather like what mum would have whipped up.


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If you dine in, the bakery also serves curry laksa (RM8.50), an honest to goodness bowl packed with fishcake, bean sprouts, prawns, sliced omelette, chicken and tofu puffs. While I would have liked cockles, this version is still rather nice. Next time I think I'll try the Hainan noodles or the tomyam bee hoon. There is also toast and breakfast items.


Don't forget to pack back some goodies in the form of tiny tarts for RM1.60 each. I selected an assortment for the office - cheese with blueberry, chicken and apple. The pastry is light as air that has you hankering for more after the tiny bite.


Bakery Joy
No. 4, Jalan SS24/13
Taman Megah
Petaling Jaya


Tel: 03-78055188


(Pork free. Place is open till 9pm. For more pictures see my Flickr set. Bakery is sandwiched between Fatty Crab and Bake with Yen, the bakery supply shop.)


*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

23 comments:

Michelle Chin said...

i guess sometimes, in the darkest points of life, there is still a ray of line beyond.

KY said...

the curry laksa looks almost sarawak style.. erm.

UnkaLeong said...

Food nourishes the soul, wakes or otherwise :)

*hugs*

They do a nice carrot cake as well.

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J said...

Life is full of surprises, both bad and good... I guess a nice surprise at a wake is God's way of keeping the cosmic balance?

Kenny Mah said...

Truly odd that this bit of yumminess came courtesy of a wake but then again, I had some really nice curry puffs at the last wake I attended. Everything in its time, I guess.

Eat Only Lar! said...

Good nasi lemak is what we always crave for! Will take this down and visit it next time!

The Yum List said...

The laksa looks great!

Nikel Khor said...

wow.. will go try it.. at the area, there got like about 3 stall selling sarawak laksa d.. Sound famous food in town!

sami smeth said...

Its a very delicious foods to eat. I am waiting for to eat the Curry Laksa.

bawa said...

Hi!
I follow your blogs almost daily even though it is torturous if you live in a far-off land with not a hope to be actually eating the stuff.

However, it does inspire me to sometimes go and cook something from scratch- it is going to be Nasi Lemak today I guess!

The other day I read in a newspaper article on 50 best breakfasts in the world: and was disappointed to see a photo of some soupy noodles posted for "typical Malaysian breakfast". I always think of Nasi Lemak or Roti-chennai as The Malaysian breakfast, am I right????

Au and Target said...

Haven't been to that area in a while; must check it out.

Lenggang Kangkung said...

very nice info, good pics too..

Jasmine Carrel said...

Hmmm I have to say I was wandering here and there in google, but being here is good fate for me, thanks mate.
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qwazymonkey said...

Life indeed is wonderful isn't it? You'll never know what it'll decide to show you and when it will show you what. So, best thing is - like you did - savour every moment as it comes :)

babe_kl said...

Joy to you, love to you, everything good to you this season. Have a blessed Christmas!

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Julian Si said...

NASI LEMAK BUNGKUS looks diiiiivine ;-)

Merry Christmas!!!

COFFEE & TEA said...

There is a stall in buntong selling coffee and tea made with pure cow milk. Very tasty. Try it !!!
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FionaChan said...

HAHAHAHA couldn't stop laughing when I read about the wake part.

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