I knew abit this place a few years back, but never actually gave a hoot about it because I thought it was just another regular chapalang mamak by the roadside.
That was it, until recently when some fellow nasi lemak lovers decided that it was time to
get me out of the coconut shell that I have been living under all these years.
Where? Somewhere in the midst of Taman Paramount. Located directly next to the Maybank in front of the Shell petrol station. And if you don’t know where that is, try looking for a building which is actually a wet market in the morning. Should you get lost there, try looking for a big sign which says Restoran Sun Fatt Kee.
And IF you still don’t know where that is, go fug yourself.
Why? Stupendiously delicious food, served to you at a rather premium price. For what, I don’t know. Perhaps they are collecting money for some orphanage or something.
Someone enlighten me.
I don’t exactly know whether this mamak has a name, but for convenience sake, I shall call it mamak-di-luar-Restoran-Sun-Fatt-Kee. Hmm a little long, but WHO GIVES A HOOT??
Let’s have a look at what they have to offer the crew from criticallyacclaimed™!
1) Nasi Goreng Kambing…meekkk.
Ok, perhaps that wasn’t the best impersonation of a goat, but it should suffice.
Before you think of anything, let me say something first. DON’T LET IT’S LOOKS
For what you money is worth, this thing definitely hits the jackpot. Everyone kept saying
that the nasi goreng is damn nice, etc etc..so Mr.Simon decided to try the nasi goreng
See he eat also tersengih-sengih, evidently the dish is mmmmm…! And for those of you
that gave your Malay Language back to your teacher, tersengih-sengih is also known as..
um, crap…I think I gave mine back to my teacher as well.
Cooked together with a few variety of vegetables, eggs, meat and bla bla, this nasi goreng emitts a smooth fragrance that would even make Jackie Chan intrigued by it.
Upon putting a spoon full into your mouth, you’ll find that the rice is rather oily (can’t
possibly be healthy, but definitely nice) and tasty!
I can’t possibly describe it till much extent here. You simply have to try it yourself.
Price: RM 4.50 (Yeah, and I was like WTF?? Then I remembered it was goat…meekk)
2) Mee Goreng normal + Ayam BEST
Apparently, there are people who come here specially for the trademark chicken, so it’s no surprise to see a plate of (something) WITH chicken. According to Brian, ordered this
dish, he said “This is the best place to go wei! Next time we must come here again!”
Maybe it contains alot of delicious MSG?
3) Nasi Lemak
If you have payed close attention, you would’ve notice that there is an egg on every dish.
So next time if you open a mamak and don’t know how to decorate your food, you know
what to do now. Just cook up and egg and toss it over the dish so that it covers everything.
See, no need think so hard anymore.
As for this plate of sumptious nasi lemak, I would classify it under the ‘above average’ category. Nothing to shout about here. Apart from it being served fresh from the chef (the hot water vapour can really leave a stain on your glasses!), it taste more or less the same as the other good ones around. For those people that can’t take blazing hot sambal, this should be the one for you. I won’t say it’s not hot at all, but less in comparison with others.
Once again, you can always add on the ayam BEST side dish to complement the nasi lemak.
This little piece of hot chick costs RM2 each. Not bad eh, considering you get to touch some really sexy, sizzling hot thighs. Or you can even choose to place those warm breast meat next to your chest. And if you’re really getting into the mood, perhaps you can even stroke the brown tender skin with love and care.
Just becareful not to have some wild and vivid imaginations, you sicko.
Price: RM2.50 for nasi lemak biasa (Yes, by far the most expensive around.)