Food Blog about the Makan Spots available for the working class
Monday, June 27, 2011
03. Bujang Lapok Nasi Padang: Nasi Padang
Continuing the gastronomic adventure, here's a third review of a different place. This time, it's along Ubi Ave 3, at 50/52 Frontier building. The eatery is called the S&R Eating House. There are about 10-12 Asian food stalls here, including a Thai-type stall. The canteen is quite airy and cool, even on a hot day.
The dish of the day is the Nasi Padang meal from the Bujang Lapok Nasi Padang stall. This stall is manned by a three people: and elderly man and woman, and a very young lady. The staff are rather friendly and helpful.
I selected to have beef rendang, a fried egg and and tempeh & tahu goreng (mixed vegetable dish), with a bit of sambal belachan on the side, with white rice. Cost: $3.50. The food was not as tasty or fresh as the previous occasions, and the fried egg was especially hard and expired.