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Makan Nasi Lemak Panas at Gerai Selera 223, PJ

May 15, 2007 by Galvin Tan in Food with 8 Comments


Monday basketball was really tiring but it was good. I didn’t have dinner so I popped by KY‘s place to see whether they want to go yumchar or not. I’ve totally forgotten that KY has got his Monday badminton session with some friends, so it was myself and Sotong.

We went over to my favourite nasi lemak panas place in PJ, Gerai Selera 223. This place is kind of hard for someone to find if you’ve never been there before. You’ll never thought of such place existed, it’s a small food court located right smack in the middle of huge office blocks and factories. Anyways, the food court is just right across AMWAY Headquarter in PJ. At night, there are a number of stalls open for the night crowd but the rest of the stalls only serve the day crowd.

Whenever I’m craving for some cheap nasi lemak panas, this is the place to be. Now there are 2 mamak stalls and a number of malay food stalls operating at night. I usually go to stall No. 1, the first mamak stall on the left.

Gerai No.1
Once seated, the first thing you must order is the Milo Ais Kaw (iced Milo). The mamak stall No.1 served the best milo ais I’ve ever had because it’s really really kaw! Even if you’re not a milo fan, give it a try, you’ll love it.

Telur Setengah Masak and Milo Ais



Another thing you must have is the telur setengah masak (half-boiled egg), trust me and get yourself a set. They served the best telur setengah masak, not too cooked and not too raw.

Nasi Lemak Panas

On your table, you’ll probably have 2 trays of nasi lemak. There are 2 different stalls serving nasi lemak, you can tell the difference from the coloured stamping on the wrapper. I usually go for the black stamping nasi lemak because the sambal is not too hot. The other nasi lemak (in red stamping) is not quite my taste. Sambal is not as tasty and sometimes they missed out on the good stuff, ikan bilis.

Lately, I’ve been trying to eat moderately. We usually take 2-3 packs of nasi lemak but this time I only had 1 pack of nasi lemak panas with a set of telur setengah masak and milo ais.

Ahhh…

The bill came up to RM3.50 for a pack of nasi lemak panas, a set of telur setengah masak and a glass of milo ais kaw. Rather cheap for PJ standard.

Gerai Selera 223
Jalan 223, Petaling Jay
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Map to GErai Selera 223

Hunger Rating : My Hunger : 3.5 Satisfaction Rating : My Hunger : 4.5

Hunger Rating is to tell how hungry I am at the moment of time and Satisfaction Rating is the overall rating for the food and presentation.



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A creative professional and social media junkie, Galvin Tan has been blogging since 2005 and he writes about everything from food to gadget. An avid fan of football and loves playing foosball and basketball. For latest updates, follow him @galvintan on Twitter.

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Sue
Sue

u shld try Nasi Lemak CIkgu at Kelana Jaya. Super nice!

Sue
Sue

u shld try Nasi Lemak CIkgu at Kelana Jaya. Super nice!

Gallivanter
Gallivanter

Arguably THE BEST nasi lemak in the Klang Valley. Authenticity at its best. But unlike you, I prefer the spicier one. I've been going there for years, since 1993. :-)

Gallivanter
Gallivanter

Arguably THE BEST nasi lemak in the Klang Valley. Authenticity at its best. But unlike you, I prefer the spicier one. I've been going there for years, since 1993. :-)

KY
KY

what kinda map is that? please inject some creativity juice!

hee-hee

KY
KY

what kinda map is that? please inject some creativity juice!

hee-hee

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