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The rice reminded us of pulut – compact but not mushy – while the sambal was savoury, spicy, an thick. When mixed around, the crunchy ikan bilis imparts a fragrant smell, or is it the amazing chicken with lemongrass infusions and pressure-cooked juiciness? Debate it out amongst yourself, but don’t take too long, Warong Kaklong sells roughly 200 packets of 50 sen nasi lemak furiously each day, so make sure you grab some before the usual sell out time of 11am.

G5 Jalan Suasana 2/7a,
Tun Hussein Onn, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur 43200
Phone:+60 169176286


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