The queue at Aba’s during dinnertime is unmerciful towards those in a rush. But trust us, it’s worth the wait. Adorn your standard nasi lemak with tempting sides from the trays on display. You won’t find ayam masak merah or sotong kunyit here, but instead, Nyonya-style sambal petai, steamed tau fu, fi sh curry and stir-fried French beans. And instead of the strong santan flavour of Malay-style nasi lemak, the rice is biased towards pandan notes and enhanced with lots of salt.
|Venue name:||Aba's Nasi Lemak|
SS2 Wai Sek Kai
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun, 7pm-10.30pm|