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A Meet-up and Mamayu Nasi Kukus


Elin of  Elinluv's tidbits corner and I had a wonderful time recently meeting up with Gertrude of
My Kitchen Snippets and Sonia of  Nasi Lemak Lover.  It was my first time meeting up with Gertrude and Sonia. The venue was lunch at Madam Kwan's, MidValley.  Sonia brought us some yummy pumpkin angku kuih as dessert and Gertrude's classmate Yik Wah joined us later.  We had so much to talk about and chatted like old buddies and if not for time constraint we could have stayed on longer.

The next agenda on our list that day was a 'date' with Andy Lee, the young and enterprising co-owner of Mamayu Nasi Kukus at the Oasis Food Court of the Midvalley Megamall.


Here's a short introduction of Mamayu......

Mamayu was born into a family of cooks from Tanah Merah, Kelantan. At a very young age,  Mamayu has shown passion for cooking, often following her mother to their stall to learn the trade.  After years of cooking and guidance from her mother, she has managed to master the skill of cooking authentic Kelantanese cuisine such as their very well received Kuah Kerutuk & Gulai Kawah.  


Ayam Goreng Berempah .... crispy on the outside, moist and juicy on the inside.


Mamayu Nasi Kukus ..... with Kuah Kerutuk on the left and Gulai Kawah on the right.

Nasi Kukus is steamed rice and at RM 8.90 it comes with a whole leg of Ayam Goreng Berempah, cucumber slices, mixed vegetable and some prawn crackers...... value for money, right?  



Nasi Lemak with Ayam Goreng Berempah, fried peanuts, ikan bilis, half piece of hard boiled egg, prawn crackers, kuah sambal, cucumber slices and topped with their yummy crispy rempah.  Also priced at RM 8.90 and only RM 4.90 without the Ayam Goreng Berempah...... another value for money meal!

For breakfast they serve Rice Noodle Rolls, something like the 'Chee Cheong Fun' not flat but rolled up like a spring roll.

Do drop by Mamayu's kiosks and try out their food and I'm sure you won't be disappointed for they were good, especially their kuah and sambal, not forgetting the Ayam Goreng Berempah.

According to Andy, Mamayu Nasi Kukus has 3 branches and they are located at :-

MamaYu 1st kiosk:
Ming Tien Restaurant
Jalan Pjs 11/28a, Bandar Sunway.

MamaYu 2nd kiosk:
Restaurant Nam Yiang
Jalan Pjs 7/22, Bandar Sunway.

MamaYu 3rd kiosk:
Mid Valley Oasis Food court, lot no.10

Contact person:
Andy Lee
014-2600 800

We left Kuala Lumpur with a 'bloated' stomach, at least, myself and I had to forgo dinner as I've had far too much chicken and rice for a day.  And Gertrude and Sonia, thank you so much for your lovely gifts and it was nice meeting both of you and Yik Wah.

Comments

  1. Wow...all the ladies look very ang ang oooo.... :o) Guess, the youngest person should be Sonia !
    Hope you're all well.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  2. I enjoyed myself too :) and my stomach was full till next day ! Did you enjoy the journey by train. We can go again sometime in the near future :p

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    1. Yup, don't mind the train ride. Really had too much food!

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  3. Cheah, looks like you girls had fun! The nasi lemak sure looks fantastic. I don't mind spending RM8.90 for that!

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    1. Both the nasi lemak and nasi kukus were equally good.

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  4. OMG, I love Ayam Goreng & those look absolutely crispy & tasty! Regretted coming here at this hours...... I'm hungry again!!

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    1. The ayam goreng was indeed very delicious, crispy and juicy.

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  5. When I next visit KL. I know what I should eat first. hehehe

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  6. Wah .... great company with yummy food especially the nasi lemak and ayam goreng.

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  7. Cheah, Next time please bring me to these places when I visit you. I love to try all the yummy food!

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  8. Looks like you ladies had a great time together. Mouthwatering foods!

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  9. Really worth it. Looks so yummy and can't believe you can get them at that price at such a place too. Train ride to KL...my favorite choice of transport.

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