For lunch today, colleagues and I ate at the NUH Staff Canteen, we heard that the Malay Stall has changed operators. So with great kepo-sity, we went there to try it out.
The previous stall operators were generous but their portions, but their food tends to be a bit sweetish side.
This new stall operator is still generous. Food is not as sweet, so it is better. We also like their selection of ‘lauk’. It looks like there is 50% more variety than the previous operator. The signs are still the same, except that they ‘tampal’ a new menu and price list over the old one. haha..
Three of us ate at this stall, but only took 2 photos because we were already busy eating after that. LOL
Ms Preggie had this. Guess how much? 3 veg, 1 meat for $3.
I had this. Looks a bit messy but that’s Nasi Padang. I had bitter gourd, a slice of asam fish and sambal goreng. Also $3. Think fish is more expensive. But still quite a good price.
The kuah for the asam fish is very very pedas! Truly sedap dan enak. The sambal goreng has generous servings of tempeh too and not so oily.
We also tapow some pisang goreng from this stall. 4 pieces for $1. It was quite nice too. Not a lot of flour but just covering the pisang that is about ripe.
Boleh tahan lah. We will come back for more in the future.
Since it is Malay food and there’s banana fritters, let me correct some of you. I remember my Malay language teacher in primary school corrected us and I still remember it. Banana Fritters are called “Pisang Goreng”. You eat ‘pisang goreng’ and not ‘goreng pisang’. Goreng Pisang is the act of frying the banana.