Back in my kampung, I would walk to the market a bit before 7, climb the dark stairs and head to the nasi lauk stall at the end corner. There are 3 other stalls selling nasi, but this is my favourite , the owner of the stall is Nah, daughter in law of the previous owner – Ghomoh. Nah sells around 30 chickens a day for her nasi stall, but says business had somewhat reduce. She starts ~6.45 am and would probably finish around lunch.
The standard bungkus of nasi cost ~ RM2- be it chicken or fish , normally nasi lauk goes with fish and nasi dagang goes with chicken , but you can order any combination. You can also have some variety like : add ikan masin, or have a mixture of fish and chicken or even mixed the nasi dagang and nasi lauk ( which they used to refer as ‘kahwin’ ( marry), although the more ‘refine’ folks now refer to it as ‘campur’.
This is my normal breakfast when I am back in my kampong, Milo kau kau and 1 bungkus of nasi lauk ike ayo ( ikan tongkol). I am not sure how much of calories this is, but who cares !! 😀
I love my nasi lauk..
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Saw an interesting flyer , which i thought was very cute ..it catches the local Kelantanese flavour, thought I will post it here..(no, i wasn’t paid to place this advert here) although if someone is willing to pay..we can negotiate lorrr…