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The Lotus Family Restaurant - Jalan Gasing
The Lotus Family Restaurant - Jalan Gasing
In-Store Prices,Malaysian,Nasi Lemak,Asian,Dessert
38 mins • 12.3 km
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Nasi Kukus Daun Pisang Ayam Goreng
Fresh steamed white rice infused with pandan served with fried chicken.
Nasi Kukus Daun Pisang (Vegetarian)
Fresh steamed white rice infused with pandan and sambal tumis belacan.
Packet Nasi Lemak Pandan Ayam Goreng
Fresh steamed white rice infused with oandan served with fried chicken.
A stuffed pancke (chicken) or pan-fried bread which was commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Created by Overseas Indian muslims from Tamil Nadu, India.
A stuffed pancake (lamb) or pan-fried bread which was commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Created by Overseas Indian Muslims from Tamil Nadu, India.
A mixed rice dish can be compared to mixing chicken curry, later combining it with semi-cooked rice separately. A popular dish throughout the Indian subcontinent.
A mixed rice dish can be compared to mixing lamb curry, later combining it with semi-cooked rice separately. A popular dish throughout the Indian subcontinent.
Nasi Lemak Bungkus Daun Pisang (Telur Rebus)
Wrapped in banana leaf (hence the alternative name, nasi lemak daun pisang). Cooked with coconut milk, a dollop of spicy sambal with ikan bilis (anchovies) and a pieces of hard boiled egg.
Nasi Lemak Bungkus Daun Pisang (Vegetarian)
Wrapped in banana leaf (hence the alternative name, nasi lemak daun pisang). Cooked with coconut milk a dollop of spicy sambal with ubi kentang (potato) and kacang (peanut).
vadai (ultu vadai / vadai kecil)
parpu wade (masala wade)
cengkodok pisang (bonda)
pulut panggang (vegetarian)
Puffy layered cake made of flour and is baked while kue lapis is a moist layered pudding, made of rice flour and sagod and is steamed.
Kuih Kochi Nyonya
A sweet dumpling using glutinous rice flourd and stuffed with grated coconut sweetened using palm sugar. (Gula Melaka)
Kuih Ondeh - Ondeh
A traditional Southeast Asian green-cloured balls of rice cake (rice flour) filled with liquid palm sugar and coated in grated coconut, originating from Indonesia.
Kuih Sago Merah
Tiny tapioca pearls and rose flavoring. This soft and bouncy kuih is then coated with grated coconut.
Kuih Seri Muka
Two layered dessert with steamed glutinous rice forming the bottom half and a green custard layer made with Pandan juice. Coconut milk is a key ingridient in this kuih.
Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu
This traditional cake uses local ingridients completely. These cakes use hardwood that has been mixed with sago and required no foreign material such as wheat flour.
Kuih Kacang Hijau
Made with green beans that are boiled gently with sugar and mixed with coconut. A mix of salted flour makes the musk cake crisp outside after frying.
A dessert made of coconut milk steamed glutinous rice with sweet coconut topping. it is commonly wrapped with banana leaf with some coconut filling showing on the top.
Agar - Agar (Jelly)
A gelatinous substance derived from algae and popular in Asian desserts, is often used as a vegan substitute for gelatin.
A popular traditional kue of sweet coconut pancake. Wheat flour, pandan leaf, coconut milk and food colouring.
Small pie consisting of curry with potatoes in a deep-fried or baked pastry shell.
A diamond-shaped kuih or traditional snack made with steamed glutinous (sticky) rice and further cooked in palm sugar, coconut milk and pandan leaves.
Kuih Cucur Sayur
Made up of cabbage, onion leaf, carrot, gree chili, onion, wheat flour and chicken stock.
Bubur Kacang Hijau
Abbreviated Burjo is a southeast Asian sweet dessert made from mung beans porridge with coconut milk and palm sugar.
Bubur Pulut Hitam
Bubur pulut hitam is a sweet dessert made from black glutinous rice porridge with coconut milk & palm sugar or sugar cane.
A milk-solid-based sweet from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India. It is also common in the Malay Peninsula.
Thayir (Yogurt) Vadai
Thayir (yogurt) vadai is a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent and popular throughout South Asia. It is prepared by soaking vadais in thich yougrt.
Halwa is any of various dense, sweet confections made in the South West Asia. Halwa is slightly gelatinous & made from grain flour. Its primary ingridients are clarified butter (ghee) flour & sugar.
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