Tuesday, November 4, 2008

RM 1.80 Breakfast at Kepong Baru Wet Market (Nasi Lemak Bungkus RM1 and Tau fu fah RM0.80) – Simple and nice.

You can find reasonably priced food at most wet market. While many nasi lemak (coconut milk steamed rice) vendors have chosen to raise their price, this particular nasi lemak vendor in Kepong Wet market is still selling his nasi lemak bungkus (packet) at RM1. This vendor put packets of nasi lemak in one basket, propped up on a plastic stools. Sometime you will see a young Malay girl helping out at this stall. The packet of nasi lemak that I had is accompanied with ikan bilis (anchovies), ¼ hard boiled egg, roasted peanuts and a generous amount of sambal (prawn paste chilli). It sure tasted nicer than many nasi lemak that are found in KL, simple and nice. I will normally ‘tar pau’ (take away) the nasi lemak from this stall at eat it at the tau fu fah stall closed by. Good morning breakfast of Tau Fu Fah (RM0.80) and nasi lemak (RM1). And the total cost is only RM1.80. Nasi Lemak Bungkus Maisyarah Tel: 012 6631839, 0126348818 Kepong Baru Wet Market (In front of a Hokkien Mee Stall) GPS : Latitude 3°12'4.76"N Longitude 101°38'43.47"E

Tau Fu Fah Kepong Baru Wet Market (2 stalls away from this nasi lemak vendor) GPS : Latitude 3°12'4.85"N Longitude 101°38'43.36"E Map of Nasi Lemak and Tau Fu Fah (Soya Bean milk) Location

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23 comments:

mistipurple said...

the tau huay is with black sugar is it? here all white white wan.
and the nasi lemak man is so generous. making such honest living. wish him good life. ;)

suituapui said...

Aiyor! So cheap! The quarter egg these days already how much? 20 sen? Looks delicious summore...

Josephine said...

long time no eat tau fu fa jor

Mommy to Chumsy said...

ahhhh...the tau fu fa look yummy! hmm...maybe i should buy some tomorrow ;)

levian said...

what a "affordable" price for breakfast. we all could use a good breakfast for a start. :)

eunice said...

At one look I can say the nasi lemak n tau fu fah must be really good!! The nasi lemak looks very authentic, same goes with tau fu fah! so cheap!

mistipurple said...

i like those type of nasi lemak where the chillie spills a little over and the nasi gets a little either greenish or yellowish. so long never see this kind already forgotten color even. that type hor, no need ingredients also can sapu two packets one go.
i think all these nasi lemak sellers in my town all go nasi lemak heaven already.

Pete said...

misti : Ya, the tau huay I ate is with black sugar. Hey, brown sugar lah! Ha ha

STP : Ya, lorrr, honest vendor, did not increase his price. Some more generous with the sambal.

Josephine : Tau fu fah good for complexion leh. Eat a lot, then skin soft like snow, no need to use cosmetics lorrr! LOL

Mommy : Everytime, I see tau fu fah, must try lorr!

levian : Ya, wet markets got many good food at reasonable price......but you know lah the condition of the wet market....
not so tidy.

Eunice : Ya, the price is reasonable.

Pete said...

Misti : I also missed that type of nasi lemak, I think some of these type use curry, especially curry prawns.....wooo yummy lorr!

cleffairy said...

Wah, these days very hard to find Rm1 nasi lemak and rm0.80 taufufa liao! These days, all nasi lemak berlauk liao... with dunno chicken rendangs and stuff.. :-S

suituapui said...

Finally I got an award that no one has given you yet (I think)...so I'm sharing it with you: http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2008/11/05/friends-for-life/

levian said...

i won't expect such a price for better places. there is always a catch, just depends on which one is more important to you i suppose. :)

eugene said...

wa,ur tau fu fa, is far cheaper from penang's.....

Pete said...

Cleff : This tau fu fah stall is like a wholeseller, RM2 can get one big packet of soya bean milk, make four cups lorr!

STP : Thks for the award. I have created a link and pasted the award pics on my blog. Cheers!

levian : Its nice to have a simple meal sometimes at this kind of places. Ya,I agree with you, I guess it is up to one's preference.

Eugene : Ha ha, there are many things in KL that I found are cheaper than in Penang. Sometimes during green apples peak season, I can buy 40pcs for just RM10. LOL

LZ said...

OMG R U SERIOUS?? so cheap!! It's only about 40cents euros..

Btw pete, i hav some 'obscene' questions for you in my post..if u dun mind! ;)

Monica said...

wah..so cheap, huh?!!! :-D looks yummy too!

Pete said...

lz : Ha ha, wah your professor asked you to do extra research on this subject ah? LOL

Monica : Yes, these food make good breakfast at affordable price.

foongpc said...

So cheap! Good deal : )

garfield said...

it is very hard to find this type of nasi lemak already.

nowadays most nasi lemak just wraped with brown colour wraping papers.

honestly this kind of nasi lemak taste a lot better as the aroma from the banana leaf if stronger

:)

and also, the price is very cheap
:)

Chris said...

Compare with taufu fa, i more prefer soya bean. :)

Angie said...

wow..thats cheap.

Pete said...

foongpc : Yes it is a good deal indeed!

Garfield : Agree, the banana leaf gave it an authentic taste, yummy!

Chris : Mix both tau fu fah and soya bean milk, try it, very nice!

Angie : Lots of cheap food at wet markets!

Indrani said...

You have nice foodie shots to go with your text. :) Mouth watering all!

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