we go here to eat rice!
The set is extremely affordable. Set Nasi Lemak is just under RM10 but the best thing about this is the accompanying crispy, sizzling, freshly fried, FRIED chicken!
For variety, try the lemongrass fried chicken – the herbs are superb.. so good you end up eating the skin first (as in the picture above).
This place is also famous for their assam laksa. I am not normally a fan of the assam laksa because I find most assam soups in KL thin, lacking in fish and taste.
The Assam Laksa soup at Rice Cafe is so thick you can do a head-stand on it:P
Add the ‘har-ko’(black prawn paste) and take the flavour up a notch.