March 27, 2018
By Aiman Azri
Sedak Doh Wase! Rise and shine for Neighbourhood Supply Restaurant's breakfast and lunch fare, which focuses on its founders' Terengganu and Sarawak home state heritage, showcasing how when it comes to classic local cuisine, East truly might be best.
The Nasi Minyak (RM 8) here is a somewhat healthier rendition of Terengganu's typical, marginally less oily, well-complemented by meat that's been marinated for five hours, full of flavour and tenderness.
The Mee Kolok (RM10) spotlights a recipe brought by the Sarawak-born sister-in-law of Neighbourhood Supply Restaurant's main owner, specifically by Kuching's Mee Kolok Haji Salleh. The noodles are the soulful heart of this bowl, with the beef and soup providing a light enhancement.
Since Terengganu is close to southern Thailand, it's no surprise to see the likes of Tom Yum Seafood and Ayam Paprik also on the menu here. Our recommendation: Dig into the Nam Prik Pau Tulang (RM13), a signature dish of achingly succulent beef ribs partnered with a sweet-sour sauce that kicks in with an addictive spiciness.
For beverages, the usual suspects that span the breadth of Malaysia: Limau Ais, Nescafe Ais, and Teh O Ais.
Neighbourhood Supply Restaurant
Lot 3013, Jalan Sungai Penchala, Kuala Lumpur.
Open Thursday-Tuesday, 8am-6pm (closed Wednesdays; Friday break from 1pm to 2pm). Tel: 019-964 2847
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