RM 1.20 Nasi Lemak @ Selera Jaya 223

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On a totally random night, KampungBoy brought me to Selera Jaya 223 for some piping hot nasi lemak and boy, I was hooked after that. I have been begging him to take me here for supper almost every week! As you can see, the place is bustling with activities, even after 12 am, which make it a great place for hang out session.

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Mind you that the vendors here are very territorial and they will lead you to their “little territory” before darting away to some new customers again. you can only order drinks from certain stalls, depending on where you were seated. We have always preferred to sit at some blue coloured table at the right side of the food court, because the drinks are really nice! The milo ice (RM 1.60) deserves a special mention here; as it is very kao and and not overly sweet.

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One can choose from two type of nasi lemak here – Yati’s (red label) or Suri’s (blue label). As you can see, our favourite remains Yati’s despite the fact that most people loves Suri’s. Suri’s version has comes with some fiery sambal which I can’t really tolerate. Yati’s sambal is sweeter and goes really well with the hot and fluffy nasi lemak. Well, it really depends on individual.

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Our RM 1.20 nasi lemak comes with the usual condiments such as sambal, fried anchovies, roasted peanuts and half a hard boiled egg.  Being served hot all the time, the amazing fragrance of the rice will waft out, which drives us wild! Usually I’ll take 3 packets of these (heck, it’s only RM 3.60) while KampungBoy will down 5 packets of these when he’s starving!

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We have got very nice and prompt services here as well. If the packaging of the nasi lemak feels cold to your touch, you can always ask them to bring a new batch over. Even the sambal, fried anchovies and roasted peanuts are free flow!

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Otak-otak too, is selling like hot cakes here. At only RM0.50/RM0.60 (depending on which stall) per piece, it makes a great snack!

Do come by anytime to experience some hot and piping nasi lemak. You wont’t regret it. You might see us gobbling down our nasi lemak like there’s no tomorrow too!

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Comments

  1. ling239 says:

    hmm…. if compare to the Tmn Tun one, which one is better ?
    i find the Tmn Tun one so so only leh… >.<”

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  2. K.L.Lim says:

    Hi,
    I think you might wanna try the nasi lemak pingan. Order from the stall. It come in a plate with bigger portion and with fried egg. Value for money. can opt for extra such as fried chicken… Hot spot for Uni student.

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  3. wow..did i spied HALF an egg for 1.20?? *swoon* .. Ipoh price in KL???

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  4. Precious Pea says:

    One look at the nasi lemak already can tell how good it is. I dare not try, just in case am hooked, we have to travel all the way from Setia Alam every few nights. Am a big big fan of nasi lemak, can eat it 3 meals a day, 7 days a week.

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  5. cumidanciki says:

    yea, read about this from kyspeaks sometime back.. ! wow.. you can eat 3 packets and KB eats 5??!! amazing.. lol .. must be really good..

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  6. xin says:

    wow! it is so cheap! even cheaper than the nasi lemak in the canteen of my office! the sambal looks so so so yum!

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  7. FIVE packets in one sitting?? SALUTE! Super find though.. so random and so very important for late night munchies! Would’ve completely missed it otherwise.

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  8. Jackson Kah says:

    Yooo!! RM 1.20 ??? cheap and nice !

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  9. mimid3vils says:

    Another choices other than Chow Kit~~

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  10. Chin says:

    The factories must have improved them otherwise won’t survive there on account of the cheap and tasty category. A bit far for me though but good discovery.

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  11. vkeong says:

    Yeah the nasi lemak here is cheap and nice. Did you get harassed by the workers there, seeing you were carrying a dSLR?

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  12. No gimmicks. Just cheap and hot. This is call respecting the customers. Not ripping off.

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  13. Christine says:

    I can take down 2-3 packets! ;P

    Bring me here yum cha dear…. ;P

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  14. J2Kfm says:

    this was the one covered by vkeong right?
    so cheap, but of course, doubtful can feed one.

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  15. how do you manage to stay so fit after all these huh??? I’d cut down (or totally stop) supper for a very long time, as my waist is ballooning and most of my pants can’t fit in already.. sob sob!
    BUT (there’s always but).. once in a blue moon is still OK. Or I can come for dinner instead

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  16. SuYen says:

    ur evil chin wei zhi!!! u know im away.. u purposely post my favourite food!! dem cheap summore.. huhuhu!!!

    miss u loads though!! :P

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  17. I would like to try this.. if I visit to this place…

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  18. Simon Seow says:

    Came here once with my colleagues during night shift. lol

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