Nasi Kari Indonesia @ Kangar, Perlis

When locals from different strata of the society rallying to that particular stall, it won’t be hard to believe decent dishes are served there. Perlis, despite being the smallest state in Malaysia, has such great sight at Jalan Jubli Perak at Kangar town - the Indonesia style curry rice.



Although being a stall selling Indonesia Curry Rice, the owner is a Chinse while Indonesia is far apart from Perlis. The economy rice may appear simple but it always manages to make my saliva drools whenever I thought of it at Penang.





All dishes are nicely presented in traditional aluminum tiffin carriers with a variety of choices available such as meats cooked in various styles – curry, soy sauces, vegetables, fishes etc. Their specialty belongs to the various own prepared curries mixed with spices, giving their curries very own identity which hardly could be replicated by others. Always request for mixed curries (kuah campur), just like how usual people will request in Nasi Kandar stalls and you will leave the coffee shops with a full stomach and a nice smile.

Personally, I like the idea of serving the dishes in tiffin carries as it symbolizes the food are prepared by the hearty chef to its customers. It reminds me my grandparents and parents brought lunch and dinner in tiffin carries back to home for us when I was small, and the jubilance atmosphere in the dining table when they open the tiers of tiffin carriers.



My plate of lunch consists of my favorite braised egg, long beans and chickens for RM6.00. It took me some time to wait patiently in the queue to get my plate of lunch. The price could go beyond your imagination if you opt for a more carnivorous diet. Nevertheless, it was worthwhile the price anyhow, considering how many times you will be here to enjoy this scrumptious economy rice?

Operations hour : 10:00am till finish (usually lunch hour 2pm), closed alternate Thursday
Location:

Kedai Kopi & Makan CCS
Jalan Jubli Perak, 01000, Kangar
Operation hours: 10:00am till finish (usually lunch hour - 2pm), closed alternate Thursday

Location map refers here.

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3 comments

  1. The stall has moved to its own premises, along the Jalan Kangar-Alor Setar, near Ban Edar hardware store.

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  2. The stall has moved to its own premises, along the Jalan Kangar-Alor Setar, near Ban Edar hardware store.

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    1. Thanks for the info! I haven't visited here for some time.. not aware they have moved.

      Kinda make me miss the curries now.

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