Murni has changed a lot since back in the days, now they no longer sell roti. Food takes a while to be served. Lamb chop mee udon is okay. Somehow food on every other tables look better.
Dah lama tak lepak Murni ni. Sekali datang, masih macam dulu. Orang tak putus putus.
To make things easy for the night, we just go for all time Malaysian Favorite - Nasi Lemak Murni Discovery (RM 13.90). The nasi lemak platter is worth the price paid as it comes generously with a piece of chicken wings, sambal condiments with prawns, hard boiled egg, salted peanuts, slices of cucumbers on a piece of banana leaf. All the essential flavors are there. If we were to nitpick, it would be the sambal condiments lacking the driving factors to complement the rice.
Mee Raja Chicken Chop (MYR 15) One of the famous order at SS2 Murni is the Mee Raja, literally means Emperor Noodles. This type of noodle comes fluffily springy and with some rich eggy aroma. It is stir-fried with some carrots, cabbage, crabstick filament and seafood, before assembled with sides like fried fritters, fries and choice of grilled chicken chop. While not many people who actually enjoy this Murni’s Classic Mee Raja for the more bland taste they claim, they appear quite nice and enjoyable to me.
Bagi yang belum perna pi Murni lagi, saya sangat² suggest supaya kamu datang makan di sini.... Tapi pastikan perut kamu dikosongkan selama 24jam, supaya dapat habiskan makanan yg kamu order nanti..... Eheheee~
In my experience, the best timing to go to Murni is around 9.30pm/10pm... That's when all the other shops in the area closes, so Murni can open up more tables outside. You can sit inside too, but it's really stuffy for me, I prefer sitting outside :) If you go early, you won't have any problems with seating or waiting long for food. But, the later it gets, the bigger the crowd...
The price is slightly more expensive than other mamak restaurants. The roti costs about RM 5, while heavy meals costs about RM 8-15. Looking at the portion and the taste, it is totally worth it.
SS2 Murni Restaurant is one of the favourite hang out place for the University Malaya students. I often patronise this place during my university time a few years back as this is one of the most happening spot for uni students. The restaurant owner is a Bumiputra so don’t be surprise as he looks like a Chinese man.
The signature Murni’s colourful range of juices in jars – Their ribena with lychee and nata de coco is a MUST-TRY!!!!!