Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Restoran 6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

This place was pretty crowded on a weekend evening, it appeared to be rather popular among the younger crowd. It boasts of "economical western food and homemade nasi lemak". Having eaten there a couple of times, we circled the area and decided to go where the crowd was most. I have a weakness for checquered table cloth......how quaint :o)

Hubby-to-be ordered nasi lemak (RM6.50) for which this place is famous. The beef rendang was very piquant - thick, rich and tender. The sambal was sweetish and came in a generous helping.

The only complaint he had was that there were too few ikan bilis in the fried nuts and ikan bilis mix.

I opted for western and ordered grilled chicken chop (RM10.50). A big slab of succulent boneless chicken leg grilled to perfection arrived. The edges were just slightly burnt for that smoky taste. The gravy was reminiscent of teriyaki sauce with a hint of worchestershire sauce. Really good!

We shared a large, thirst-quenching iced lemon tea (RM4.50).

6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak

BG-1, Block B,
Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13,
46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03-79554993
Mobile: 012-6019976 (Erik)
This restaurant is at the second block of flats near the Shell petrol station in Section 17. It is a corner shoplot on the ground floor of the flats.

Our rating system for overall satisfaction with what we eat and where we eat....

1-bam = don't even bother
2-bam = good enough to fill the tummy
3-bam = a very good restaurant in its category
4-bam = excellent cooking, worth a detour
5-bam = exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey

We would give this restaurant a 3-bam rating.


tankiasu said...

Oh I miss the nasi lemak there. Hmm, ok go there for lunch later! :-)


planning to go there this weekend!
thanks for sharing, i've learned a new place to makan~

Jessica said...

tankiasu: hope you enjoyed your lunch!

bbcomm: i like the chicken chop most, try la.

Precious Pea said...

They have this dried minced pork sambal, like the dried shrimp style where you squeeze lime juice over it. It was lovely during my 1st visit but sadly, 2nd visit not as good. You should try...not too bad.

keili said...

yes the nasi lemak with minced pork sambal is simply delightful, i must say..

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