Jalan Transfer : Nasi Padang

Part 1 is here. I am now bolder and brave enough to ask the owner of the shop if I can take photos of his food and put it on the internet. Probably when I am braver next time, I will ask if I can eat for free and give food review as payback. Hmmm…good idea.

OK, the coffeeshop is here at Jalan Transfer (across the road there is Caltex):
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And the stall with its address:
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With its’ full range of food:
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And it’s ulam:
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And the owner of this blog, the one typing now? eating with hands a bunch of ulam and sambal belacan. (hmmm…the hands still smell of sambal belacan after 4 hours.)
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I took one of my son’s classmate, an Indian Muslim boy along. Funny that his family hasn’t been to the shop before. This shop is famous, man, go everybody.

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Post Author: lilian

Used to be PenangFaces, now known as Food Haven, for all oink-oink foods

4 thoughts on “Jalan Transfer : Nasi Padang

    fish fish

    (March 26, 2005 - 11:44 pm)

    Nasi Padang?? wah!! I want. I miss that very very much. Hmm… *jot down* Thanks lilian for the info.

    anasalwa

    (April 3, 2005 - 4:28 am)

    Lilian,
    I’d just found your blog. You took amazing pictures. And those pictures of Nasi Padang make me drooling. I can’t wait to go home……..
    Thank you Lilian for wonderful blog and pictures.

    catz

    (April 23, 2007 - 12:06 am)

    I’m from indonesia but stay in penang. Just tell the truth if compare with the real nasi padang………really cant feel the taste. Nasi padang is my fav food…….cant find nice nasi padang all over penang but if u want to try better go to bukit jambul T junction.

    Jason

    (May 8, 2007 - 6:58 pm)

    Do you know how to make the sauce with the large chunks of tuna in it? This one is a favourite. Thanks for any help you can offer.

    Jason

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