Restaraunt Review: 6 2 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak

For dinner we started our quest for the best Nasi Lemak, literally transalated as Fat Rice and probably what everyone reconizes as Malaysia's national dish. It always consists of coconut rice, cucumber, boiled egg, sambal with onions and fried anchovies and peanuts. Then if you want to get fancy, you can add endless variations of side dishes with it. 6 2 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak seems to have been open for the last 18 years, from the newspaper clippings on the wall, and open from - you guessed it 6am to 10pm. Well 11pm now a days.



My order of nasi lemak had beef rendang and minced pork sambal. Sw.me had a cuttlefish sambal and there were a few more variations. You can choose to have just one side dish or three. I felt it was enough rice for one side dish but a tad short for 2 or 3 side dishes. It was all quite nice, but the rice could have been a bit more lemak/coconutty. 



However the STAR of the dinner was Sup Lembu/Beef Soup. It was complicated, rich, nuanced with melt in your mouth buttery beef, soft root vegetables and some corriander to cut through the fat. It was worth coming for this visit alone, and to be honest although I don't get the change to eat this alot, it must be the best Sup Lembu I've ever tasted.

We also had a charcoal pork burger where the bun is coloured to be black, french toast, various drinks including barley that was just right not too sweet and a bananna fritta dessert, which was a traditional batter banana fritter with ice cream and cream! A happy marriage of two dessert styles.




6 2 10 Grill & Nasi LemakC-21, Jalan PJU 1/45, Aman Suria, 47301 Selangor Petaling Jaya, Malaysia012-601 9976https://www.facebook.com/pages/6-2-10-Grill-Nasi-Lemak/163103050418098


How adorable is this, one the reverse of the bill! 
Thank you in Malaysia's languages, 
I'm sure if we'd ordered more we'd been able to see a little Tamil banner too.