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Thursday, 28-Dec-2006 12:18 Email | Share | Bookmark

Masjid Jamek Sg Mulia, Gombak.
Almost there...
Look at the sign board! Not the car...
Still early to see the crowd!
Hardworking assistants...
This is fried chicken...
A bowl of soup...
The Sauce... Malay style...
This is The rice!
Mancongkam tak???
Previous business space...
Uncle Samy is planning for another highway here...

There was a visitor of Good Food that has recommended to me about this Malay Style Chicken Rice. He told me that he has been a regular customer here for the past 10 years. Thank you to him for the recommendation. But, I wasn’t biased to his words. Actually, I have been here many times in 1994, which was 12 years ago. I used to travel all the way from Chow Kit just to have lunch here.

Nasi Ayam Mancongkam was opened many years ago at Jalan Gombak. It was originally operated in a little stall with only 3 tables for customers. But, today it was a real surprise for me to witness such an improvement. The stall has disappeared and replaced with a 30 tables restaurant. I could see many staff that has been hired to assist the owner. No wonder that I couldn’t find the original stall anymore.

If you travel from KL through Jalan Gombak, you got to drive past Diamond Square and Pasar Besar Gombak, until you see a mosque on your left. Nasi Ayam Mancongkam restaurant is at the opposite of Masjid Jamek Sg Mulia, Gombak, KL. To be more accurate, it is right next to Restoran Haji Tapah.

When you talk about nasi ayam, I would particularly concern about the rice. Fortunately, the rice was really good. Very very good! Soft, sticky and tasty. However, the chicken was just not my style, as I prefer a Chinese style steamed chicken. But that shouldn’t be a reason for me to discredit the Nasi Ayam.

From my observations, most customers love the Ayam Garing and that is why it is 30 sen more expensive than the regular one. The soup was also very nice and the sauce was thick. Looking at the price list, I think I can afford to come here as often as I like.

Nasi Ayam Biasa: RM3.50
Nasi Ayam Garing: RM3.80
Nasi Goreng Ayam Biasa/Garing: RM3.80
Nasi Tambah: RM1.00
Cheap huh? Just try it…


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