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Village Park Restaurant @ Damansara Utama, Kuala Lumpur

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Having tried nasi lemak that dignitaries patronize in Johor, here comes Village Park that has won the hearts and stomachs of KL-ians. I was definitely not expecting a turn out like this but it seems like norm. There is both a takeaway and table queue.


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Servers clad in their signature orange shirts come around to take orders - assuming your hands are fastest enough to catch them in between clearing tables and delivering orders.

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Prices for reference.

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Nasi Lemak Set (RM 10.40)

A staple at every table, it's almost cardinal sin visiting Village Park and ordering anything else. Portions are good enough for two truth be told.

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Juicy, absolutely tender and the generous coating of ginger and lemongrass was sufficient to sent me straight to chicken heaven. The batter was so crisp, I could just eat keropok out of these!

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Oh man. Best of 2017, this has to be. Nothing fancy, except down to earth solid good stuff.

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Bergedil (RM 1.80) that was rather ordinary but well with such an outstanding nasi lemak, who can fault?

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Kaya Toast (RM 2.80) that could do with more burnt ends and thicker toasts!

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The said die die must try Iced Milo (RM 6.90) which I thought reminded me of  the milo van milo.

I'd highly recommend Village Park for a life changing fried chicken in a nasi lemak dish. The other dishes are hit and miss but the nasi lemak itself is worth travelling for. 

Village Park Restaurant 
No. 5 Jalan SS21/37 Damansara Utama

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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