Thursday, October 21, 2021

Nasi Kerabu Mek La, Kuantan

Finally I got to travel 'interstate' after many months!
While on the way to Cherating, me & colleagues decided to stop by Kuantan to have our lunch.
We wanted something local, hence we go for Nasi Kerabu.
Googled up this place and it seems quite popular among locals - 'Nasi Kerabu Mek La'
We made a quick detour to this suburb 'taman' in Kuantan to fill up our hungry stomach.
The menu is simple, everything is stated clearly on the menu board. Pricewise is quite reasonable too.
I ordered a Nasi Kerabu with add-on salted egg & grilled chicken (ayam bakar) for RM7.
I also ordered a cup of iced syrup drink coz long time didn't had that....
The Nasi Kerabu tastes good with generous portion of rice and ingredients. The only thing missing is the fish crackers (keropok ikan) which i think they ran out of it during then.
I'm contented with this meal which is less than RM10😀

9 comments:

mun said...

Wah, the nasi kerabu sure looks good. Eh, you all have to go on your own to cherating ah? Company didn't provide transport?

Nux V said...

Mun: the company arranged the transportation but we prefer going by own car. The travel expenses is reimbursable.

Stacy said...

Simple and good.

Nancy Chan said...

I am missing nasi kerabu so much. I love nasi kerabu with salted egg and keropok. So nice you are able to travel on your own and get to stop on the way for lunch.

PH said...

Bestnya! The nasi kerabu looks delicious and is most likely authentic from the looks of it.

Jeevan said...

A tasty blend of lunch, and good to see a wheelchair-friendly sign along with the beautiful decor of the restaurant.

mun said...

Ah, I see. More fun to go on your own. 👍

Diana Diane Teo said...

Nasi Kerabu for less than RM10? That's really cheap! It's been so long I never have Nasi Kerabu since my trip to Kelantan last few years. It's hard to find authentic and decent Nasi Kerabu in KK

Lynne said...

I love your blog

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