Malay Cuisine

1. Nasi Lemak Bumbung

Nasi Lemak Bumbung where located at Sea Park, Petaling Jaya will be crowd with people after 6pm. The nasi lemak with a ‘telur mata kerbau’ on it and a fried chicken will make the nasi lemak become more attractive and delicious. The samabal will be the good match for nasi lemak and the sambal will not be too spicy which is suitable for those people who cannot eat spicy.

Full with people when at dinner or supper time

2. Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan SG @ Sri Gombak

Taking pride in making their oh-so-amazing curry fish head since 1988, Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan SG has been the place to go to for this special delicacy on this side of Gombak for years! Outside the restaurant, they have a stall selling rojak buah, mee, and roti canai until closing time (10pm), while on the inside you’ll first be greeted by a whole display of lauk ranging from curries and sambals to fried crabs and chicken wings!

SG serves their kari kepala ikan with a giant Grouper head, perfect for curries as the fish has a higher oil content, allowing the flesh to retain seasoning better! SG’s fish head curry is served in only medium (RM78) or large portions, with thick and fishy curry and flesh that falls right off the bones. Our medium serving was more than enough for a table of four!

3. Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan E&O

This unassuming restaurant in Taman Wahyu is an old favourite amongst KL folks, located just off Jalan Ipoh and towards Batu Caves. The setting may confuse some diners at times, as the exterior of Restoran E&O suggests a Chinese restaurant, however it is pork-free and also happens to serve roti canai!

A serving of curry fish head has enough tang and spice to tantalise your tastebuds, with a portion generous enough for you to banjir your rice with! The dish comes with plenty of long beans, ladies fingers, and tomatoes, to add texture and variety to the curry.

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