Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Heritage Village at Jaya

Nasi Lemak Beef Rendang - MYR10.90++ We consider this price to be good because there is quite a sizable amount of beef. 

The menu says Lemongrass Honey Tea so we thought it is like English tea and it turned out to be just a drink with lemongrass and honey in it - about MYR4.60++

Many photos on the wall


Drinks counter

Real or Fake? plant in the middle of the place

Heritage Village at the new Jaya Shopping Complex in PJ


34 comments:

  1. The nasi lemak is quite worth the money eh. Can KIV this place if I ever drop by Jaya Shopping Complex.

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  2. Looks so good. Not expensive, this is a cafe...not a coffee shop or roadside stall. Lovely place.

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    1. They really put effort into the decor.

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  3. The beef looks chunky and big portion too.. I also can finish this plate of rice..

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  4. Wah. The food sure look tempting. My hubby would enjoy it.

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  5. the nasi lemak with beef rendang looks good..

    i have not tried a lemongrass drink before, actually, hehe!!

    very nice decorations on the wall, cool!!

    the place look neat and tidy and with an open drinks counter

    i would say the plant is a fake one

    have not been to this place before.. will try one day

    ^^

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    1. Next time I go there, I will check out the plant.

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  6. The food looks tempting! I like the interior as well!

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    1. Nasi lemak is often very delicious.

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  7. Your lemongrass honey tea is not the worse. I once came across a cafe that sold Plain Tea for RM1.50, end up the plain tea is plain water. And it wasn't a mistake.
    That cafe has gone out of business though..

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    1. Eh, how can they write plain tea when it was just normal water?

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  8. I love lemongrass honey tea....and that tree is probably fake coz very troublesome to maintain a real tree inside the café...got to water lah, discard shedded leaves, sometimes got ants even....kekeke!! But then I look around and I see some real potted plants :D

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    1. if I go there again, I will look closely at the tree and let you all know. :D

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  9. Yep, quite a lot of beef in that nasi lemak. I see there are real lemongrass pieces in the 'tea', good way to prove got lemongrass inside.

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    1. yes, those are lemon grass pieces in the tea.

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  10. That's a good portion of nasi lemak. It gets the thumbs up from me :)

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    1. :) I think this place got an award for its nasi lemak.

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  11. Now that makes me crave Nasi lemak. Where should I go? Paparich?

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    1. Cook your own? Since you are a good cook. :)

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    2. no time >_< (also lazy lar, cause eric's family don't know how to appreciate nasi lemak *sad* )

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    3. Can understand that it is difficult to cook nasi lemak for yourself only since no one else wants to eat it.

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  12. I'm a sucker for beef rendang! xoxo

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    1. I am sure you can cook a very tasty beef rendang.

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  13. Nice plate of yummy nasi lemak, just looking at the sambal is enough to make me drool....

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  14. Looks good and yummy, though I don't take beef but I do take lamb

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    1. So you are a Buddhist? That's why don't take beef?

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  15. I love all these interior ambiance that uses raw cement and lattice bricks!
    The nasi lemak looks so generous with lots of side dishes.

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    1. Glad to hear you like this grey and cement look.

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