Wong Soon Kee Nasi Lemak

    My engineering friends are doing a food catering business for their Cyberpreneurship assignment (and for our welfare too). The food will be delivered to your doorstep from 9th April to 13th April and they will charge RM 1 extra only.They had selected several eateries like Kajang Satay, Murni and Wong Soon Kee as their suppliers. So I just tagged along for the food sampling. For your information, Restoran Wong Soon Kee is located between SS14/1 and SS14/2.

    Long line of patrons can be seen during dinner time, everyone comes here for the fried chicken at this particular stall. The operating hour starts from 430 pm. It is selling fast and usually the chickens are sold off by 7pm.

    Now I know why everyone keeps raving about the chicken. The skin is crispy and the meat is juicy and tender. The portion was huge too! I’m having a hard time to finish off my plate. The fried drumstick is served over a bed of rice, light creamy curry sauce and home made sambal. I called this a chinese version of nasi lemak. The curry sauce and sambal are catered for our tastebuds, it is milder and lighter.

    We had rojak from another stall. They are generous with the crackers, crunched peanuts and yao char kuai. The cut fruits were fresh too. Only complains is that the rojak sauce is a tad too sweet.
    Taufu Bakar – The grilled taufu was sliced into half. Shredded cucumbers, peanuts and prawn paste will be sandwiched between the slices. I tried better version of tofu bakar by some unknown roadside so it makes this pale in comparison.

    I’ll update more information about my friends’ assignments so that everyone in the cold deserted Cyberjaya can enjoy these gastronomic specialities ok?


    • cookies_cream says:

      Argh! All also cannot eat! I can’t eat any fried food, chilies, chicken, eggs…all also cannot! Need to listen to my Chinese doctor… :'(

    • Anonymous says:

      I love the nasi lemak here. Always patronizing the shop. The chicken is very very delicious.

    • Jackson says:

      Aiyoyoyo…im so into the fried chicken!!!!

    • jason says:

      cookies_cream: Ehh.. you’re under “gai hau”? Nvm, can eat them after that, they stall won’t run away de 😛

      Hawkers’ fried chicken is much much better compare to fast food franchise! Yummz..

    • boo_licious says:

      Where exactly is this place? Looks interesting.

    • team BSG says:

      the chinese nasi lemak seems like curry chicken rice?
      ok plse request yr friend to deliver to us for our sampling and then big publicity ! hahaha

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      cookies cream: what happened? nvm la..u just yan for a while

      anonymous: ooo ur the loyal fans there?

      jackson: make ur move now hehe

      jason: yes..kfc standard is dropping now

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      boo: it’s at ss14..opposite metropoliton college..and it’s at the same row as the famous bkt shop which i forgot the name

      team bsg: haha its nasi lemak with curry sauce actually..the feedex delivery is only limited to desperate people who stays in cyberjaya area..u kl / klang valley folks are so blessed with good foods already..haha

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      boo: if ur coming from the direction of sunway pyramid, go up to the flyover and keep left..do not go up to the 2nd flyover..after that turn left into the shoplots..

    • Precious Pea says:

      Errmm…one order to SS2 please?

    • myCoffee says:

      Maybe I can help with the locations. Same row as Teow Chew Meng and the row of BKT shops. You can say that the are literally opposite Metropolitan, McD, Burger King (the other side of the big, main road).
      Ya, this place is very popular with SJ folks. Sold out pretty fast each day.

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      precious pea: a fren of mine said that, u need 3 months to try every single stalls and shops in ss2 if ur having dinner there everyday..

      mycoffee: thanks for the directions..mine was a bit vague i know :p

    • Precious Pea says:

      In that case, would your fren be able to provide a list of all the stalls and shops in SS2? Am willing to work this assignment with him/her. hehehe.

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      precious pea: haha i shall ask him and see..

    • Anonymous says:

      Any chance of a map or additional landmarks? Went twice to look but seems to get lost as not familiar with area.. Anyone ever tried Pak Ali Nasi Lemak in jalan Imbi? Behind KIOSK and opposite Bintang Palace Niteclub is SBCorner mamak stall and by side is umbrella stall open 9pm-2am..Really good hot fluffy rice on banana leaf and best sambal chicken… Just unbelievable!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      wat is d biznes operating hrs?

    • dravenlim says:

      Ya, Pak Ali stall is very good and rank among one of my top list now. Got a special see trough steamer to keep rice hot and is really good. Recommended fpr NSL to try. Bty it opens from 9pm -2pm and juz opposite Bintang Palace Niteclub.

    • bruce lee says:

      this fried chicken really nice to eat ,i hope that will relocated to shah alam!!!hehe

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