The price has gone up since the time my missus had that there – from RM5.00 to RM6.00…so it is still cheaper than what she had at Bandong – RM6.50.
The meat was good – not hard and dry…
…and I liked the fact that the vegetables accompanying the dish had been boiled or blanched first as I’m not really into eating them raw (except for the cucumber).
They also gave a bowl of complimentary soup which was very nice, a small piece of tempeh (soy cake) and one tauhu pok (beancurd puff) and the sambal (chilli dip) had a hint of belacan (dried prawn paste) but I felt they should add extra for a bit more kick to it.
For one thing, I must say that I prefer the rice wrapped in banana leaf that we had at the other place. It had a special fragrance that made it different and a lot nicer than the plain white rice that they served here.
They also have the nasi lele/keli (catfish rice) here but it also costs RM6.00 which means that it is more expensive than what I had that day (RM5.50).
Perhaps I should go around town and try some other places as well to see if there are any that are better than these two.