Address24, Jalan Beremi
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hourSunday - Thursday: 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Contact number03-2110 6005
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Ikan Wayang (RM48) ‧ Nasi Ambeng for 2 (RM28) ‧ Tauhu Telur (RM25)
Signature DishesTauhu Telur
Dishes[1 year ago]
Congkak, a game inherited and passed on from a multitude of generations, is one of the key aspects in Malaysian traditional culture. Played across the entire nation, it surpasses cultures and brings together family and friends for a piece of life's enjoyment.
We take great pride in ensuring that each plate put in front of you has the tradition in our recipes and togetherness on our table. Because like a game, food is shared and enjoyed amongst the people that you love.
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Congkak @ Jalan Beremi, KL – Nasi Ambeng da bomb! Yummmm (Halal)Nasi Ambeng for 2, 28 ringgit
The Nasi Ambeng here consisted of white rice + Acar + Serunding Kelapa + Telur Masin + Sambal Belacan + Sambal Jawa + Kerabu Sayur + Terung Sambal + Keropok Belindo + Begedil + Ikan Kembung Belado + Gulai Ayam. Between the 2 of us, it was quite a feast. We didn’t know where to start. It was soo good. There was a burst of flavors – sweet, sour, hot and spicy. The Gulai Ayam was rich and milky with tender, juicy pieces of chicken. The Tempe had the usual peculiar taste, chewyness, the grilled Ikan Kembung with chili sambal was awesome. The terung/ brinjal was soft and moist, with thick sauce. The Kerabu had nuts and some sweetness in it, chewyness from the chopped vegetables. Mix all of these ingredients together … ho ma gawd, da bomb!
Congkak KL: Serving Classic Malay and Nusantara CuisineNot to be missed here is the Tauhu Telur (RM25), a popular street food from East Java in Indonesia. A soft, silky smooth egg beancurd is stacked and deep fried to golden brown perfection. Additional deep fried egg threads sit atop the beancurd to give extra crunch. Julienned fresh vegetables such as cucumber and carrots as well as an appetizing sweet and savoury peanut sauce, similar to a rojak sauce completes this delicious dish. I'm so in love with this!