Nasi Lemak Kukus Menu Malaysia 2024

Hello Nasi Lemak Kukus lovers, are you looking for the latest Nasi Lemak Kukus Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Nasi Lemak Kukus 2024 Malaysia with prices.

Nasi Lemak Kukus Menu Malaysia

Nasi Lemak Kukus Menu Malaysia 2024 With Prices List


Nasi Lemak Kukus Ayam Goreng BerempahRM 10
Nasi Lemak Kukus Telur MataRM 4.50
Nasi Lemak Kukus ParuRM 9
Nasi Lemak KerangRM 9
Nasi Lemak Kukus Lauk SotongRM 9
Nasi Lemak Kukus Rendang DagingRM 10

Nasi Lemak Kukus

The restaurant offers a variety of Nasi Lemak options, all at affordable prices. My personal favorite was the Nasi Lemak Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah at RM 10, the chicken was cooked to perfection and the berempah seasoning added a nice kick of flavor. Another standout dish was the Nasi Lemak Kukus Paru at RM 9, the beef lungs were tender and infused with the perfect blend of spices. The Nasi Lemak Kukus Lauk Sotong at RM 9, Nasi Lemak Kukus Biasa at RM 3, Nasi Lemak Kerang at RM 9 and Nasi Lemak Kukus Telur Mata at RM 4.50 also did not disappoint. The highlight of the meal was the Nasi Lemak Kukus Rendang Daging at RM 10, the beef was so tender and the rendang sauce was rich and flavorful.

Nasi Lemak Kukus Ayam Goreng BerempahRM 10
Nasi Lemak Kukus ParuRM 9
Nasi Lemak Kukus Lauk SotongRM 9
Nasi Lemak Kukus BiasaRM 3
Nasi Lemak KerangRM 9
Nasi Lemak Kukus Telur MataRM 4.50
Nasi Lemak Kukus Rendang DagingRM 10

Kuih Muih

One of the standout dishes for me was the Nona Manis (4pcs) which came in at a reasonable price of RM 3.50. The kole kacang (4pcs) was also a great choice, and it too was priced at RM 3.50. The portions were generous and the flavors were spot on.

Nona Manis (4pcs)RM 3.50
Kole Kacang (4pcs)RM 3.50

Mee Goreng

This traditional Malaysian dish consists of fried noodles with a variety of vegetables and spices, and it was absolutely delicious. The portion size was generous and the price was very reasonable at only RM 3. I highly recommend this dish if you’re looking for a tasty and affordable option at Nasi Lemak Kukus Menu Malaysia.

Mee Goreng BiasaRM 3

Choice of extra

Telur MataRM 1.70

Bihun Goreng

The Bihun Goreng Biasa is only RM 2.90 and is a perfect option for those looking for a budget-friendly meal. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, then you might want to try the Bihun Goreng Telur Mata (RM 4.50) or the Bihun Goreng Sotong or Bihun Goreng Kerang (both RM 9) for a seafood twist. The Bihun Goreng Paru and Bihun Goreng Ayam Masak Merah (both RM 9) are also great options for those looking for something a little more unique. The Bihun Goreng Ayam Goreng Rempah (RM 10) is also a must-try for those who love chicken and spices.

Bihun Goreng BiasaRM 2.90
Bihun Goreng Telur MataRM 4.50
Bihun Goreng SotongRM 9
Bihun Goreng KerangRM 9
Bihun Goreng ParuRM 9
Bihun Goreng Ayam Masak MerahRM 10
Bihun Goreng Ayam Goreng RempahRM 10

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Why is nasi lemak famous in Malaysia?

It is recognised as Malay dish and was popularised as a breakfast food. In the olden days, Nasi Lemak was paired with fried fish, kangkung and stir-fried sambal, while the rice would be cooked over an open fire and closely monitored to prevent the milk from overheating.

What is the national dish of Malaysia?

Nasi Lemak
The national dish of Malaysia. Nasi means rice, and Lemak can be translated as rich or tasty. Rice is boiled in water with coconut milk, pandan leaves, and other spices. Nasi Lemak is traditionally served with sambal (chilli sauce with shrimp paste), fried dried anchovies and roasted peanuts.

Is Nasi Lemak Kukus Halal?

 Nasi Lemak Kukus halal status is a matter of debate and personal interpretation. Some believe it is halal, while others do not. It is up to each individual to decide for themselves.

Is nasi lemak from Malaysia or Singapore?

Nasi lemak is a dish originating in Malay cuisine that consists of fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf. It is commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish

Who invented nasi lemak?

Nasi lemak was mentioned as early as 1909 by Richard Olaf Winstedt. It also appeared in a newspaper article dated 1935 which noted that the dish was available at the Kuala Lumpur Malay Market at Kampong Bahru.

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Alia Izzati is an experienced food critic and writer based in Malaysia. She is the author of several popular articles on the websites and, where she covers a wide range of topics related to restaurants and their menus. With a keen palate and a passion for exploring the culinary landscape of her home country, Alia is known for her thoughtful and in-depth reviews of the latest dining trends and hotspots. Whether you’re looking for the best new places to eat in Malaysia or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest food news, Alia’s articles are a must-read for anyone with an interest in the culinary arts.

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