The stall was recently renovated and I am glad they finally reopened after a few months’ hiatus. Though the signboard has yet been up, the food is not to be missed.
We arrived around 8.30am on a Sunday morning and there was already a queue. The Nasi Lemak is popular with the working crowd in the vicinity. Served with option of curry chicken, sambal sotong (sambal with cuttlefish) or fish curry, it is well-seasoned with herbs and spices.
I had their tasty Mee Kari - one of my favorite in Klang Valley. The curry is flavorful with just a hint of coconut milk.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Nasi Dagang with curry fish, which is served with a side of pickled vegetables, hard-boiled egg and sambal (chilli paste). The ginger-seasoned rice is fragrant and fluffy, yummy enough to eat it on its own.
Do try the Lontong as well. Garnished with deep fried potatoes and tender beef slices, the contrast in texture is nicely rounded up in light, flavorful curry.
All in, our bill came up to just under RM16 for 4 dishes. A real steal indeed.
Opening hours: 8.30 a.m. – 11 a.m. , closed on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. (updated November 2015)
The mee kari is usually sold out by 10 a.m.
Location: Jalan Koop Cuepacs 3B, Taman Cuepacs, Cheras (Stall is located in front of 7 Eleven) Here’s the Google Map to Gerai Hassan.