Lasi Lomak is the crossover Chinese name for the popular Malay dish named Nasi Lemak. It is rice cooked with fragrant coconut milk and served with a choice of different meat or vegetables. The standard condiments include crispy fried anchovies, roasted peanuts, sambal, cucumber and a slice of hard-boiled boiled egg.
At the very popular lasi lomak stall in Peel Road, I opted for soy-sauced chicken drusmstick, curry potato cubes and chopped long beans. Although I didn’t try, the wild boar curry and luncheon meat seemed to be the crowd favourite.
The corner coffee shop has many stalls and is very busy. Apart from the lasi lomak stall, a barbecue chicken wings stall and a Malay satay stall were also big crowd puller.
The coffee shop is at 96 Jalan Peel, opposite the former Carrefour.
Olympus OM-D, ISO 1000, f3.5, 1/30 sec.