Posts Tagged ‘nasi lemak’

Hawkers Delight, Station Street Markets, Subiaco

I’m perpetually on the lookout for Asian-style breakfasts in Perth. As much as I love bacon and eggs, for me the most satisfying and comforting breakfasts involve rice, noodles or roti, garlic, soy sauce or curry. Digging into nasi lemak My eldest sister’s the one who told me about the newest Malaysian eatery at the […]

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Friday special nasi lemak at Munch Terrace

Workmate J and I decided to take advantage of a sunny day and walk to Munch Terrace to get their Friday special – nasi lemak. It was as good as ever, with sambal, a large deep-fried battered chicken wing, ikan bilis (little fish) with peanuts, fried egg, achar (pickled vegetables), otak-otak, and of course, a […]

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Nasi lemak

Jac got me takeaway nasi lemak from the International Food Hall in East Victoria Park, and I arranged it on a plate before photographing and eating it. The chicken drumstick was delicious, and so was the sambal, which had soaked through much of the rice. The ikan bilis (the little fried fish, with peanuts) was […]

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Lunch at Spencer Village

A recent feed at Spencer Village (Spencer Road Shopping Centre, Thornlie)… I bought a packet of nasi lemak from Sarindo – I chose the fried fish version (you can choose between fish and chicken). As well as a piece of tumeric-flavoured fried fish, you get fried egg, three slices of fancy cut cucumber, ikan bilis […]

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Saturday with my folks

Last Saturday was my first morning alone with Jac away in Sydney. I woke up around 7:30am, which for me is a sleep-in :). I had a cuppa, wrote a few emails, showered, got dressed and caught the train to visit my parents. I’d promised to help them choose and buy new mobile phones. The […]

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Two-nasi lemak Friday

I’m a little behind with posts at the moment – the food featured in this one was eaten two Fridays ago. I started my day with a chewy buttered toasted bagel from MYO (Royal St, East Perth). So simple, yet so satisfying. For lunch, J and I went to Munch Terrace (Shop 6, 230 Hay […]

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