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Wednesday, 20-Dec-2006 13:31 Email | Share | Bookmark

Self service...
Char Kueh Teow...
Ada udang lah...???
Satay pun ada...
The Nasi Lemak Panas...
Kuah Satay, OK jugak...
Amacam harga???
Customer yang semaki n ramai...
Gerai Satay & Otak-otak...
Mali's Corner. Don't just read, but try it...

I know that taste does matter. But I believe that good taste is some very subjective matter. The taste of an object can be very nice on your tongue but may not be on others. It is like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Mali’s Corner is known for its nasi lemak panas. I don’t know when it was open, but I realized their existence as early as December 1997. They make good nasi lemak and char kueh teow. I never understand how they actually maintained thair nasi lemak warm. They start business at around 5.00pm and close in early morning on the next day.

Located in front of a block of shophouses in Taman Bunga Raya Setapak, Mali’s Corner is visited by many Tuanku Abdul Rahman (TAR) College students every night. Their well-known Nasi Lemak Panas (Hot Nasi Lemak) attracted a lot of customers from around Wangsa Maju, Ulu Kelang, Setapak and Gombak. It is a shame if you are staying within this area but never knew about Mali’s Corner. Looking at the crowd makes me believe that the owner is already a successful businessman. No wonder he seldom seen in a 3 series.

The Char Kueh Teow is just another attraction. It taste good and have a lot of fan too. I have sister in laws who live in Shah Alam and Sri Kembangan but love the Char Kueh Teow. But not really for me as I have tasted something better before. It is a sin for me to ignore Mali’s Corner just because I am not their fan. I recognized their specialties (Nasi Lemak & Char Kueh Teow) by witnessing hundreds of customers hanging out here almost every night.

However, I still have something that I like here at Mali’s Corner. I like their Milo Ais (Iced Milo). It’s very ‘kaw!’ (thick) that I seldom have it after my soccer or tennis sessions. If you looking for another option, you can also try the satay and otak-otak from stalls nearby.

Check out the affordable prices!!

Finally, I would like to put up a note that taste is a very special case. One might say, a nasi lemak is really good, while others just couldn’t agree. Sometime we have to agree that we are not so perfect to judge a good food. A simple person like me may not appreciate Mali’s Corner, but there are thousand of people that love their foods. Go ahead dudes, try it yourself and be your own judge!


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