* This article was published in the New Straits Times (Northern Streets) on 14th April 2011.

Nasi Campur Melayu is a relatively new addition to the nasi Melayu stalls in George Town. This stall was set up a few months ago in Pinang Delicious Food Court on Macalister Road by siblings Roslina and Rosniza binti Mansor.

Originally from a coffee shop in Island Glades, the sisters have since moved their business down town. The dishes taste different from those around Georgetown as the dishes have a greater Perlis influence, said the owners.

Nasi Campur Melayu at Pinang Delicious Food Court by what2seeonline.com

The stall offers a good mix of mouth-watering dishes. The chicken rempah cooked in thick curry gravy is flavourful right to the bones. The fried cincaru with sambal stuffing is worth a try. Not duly overcooked, the flesh remains moist and the sambal stuffing goes well with the fish.

Other dishes in the offering are the ikan bakar, perut lembu bakar, chicken curry, daging curry (beef), sambal tofu and prawn curry. Some of these razing spicy dishes leave tinkling sensations in the mouth.

Nasi Campur Melayu at Pinang Delicious Food Court by what2seeonline.com

Nasi Campur Melayu at Pinang Delicious Food Court by what2seeonline.com

There is also a selection of non-spicy dishes, including Chicken Kurma, well marinated deep-fried pandan chicken, stir-fried cauliflowers, bittergroud, bean sprouts with tofu and anchovies.

In addition, you can have your plate of nasi with warm daging soup! The aromatic soupy dish boiled with pieces of meat and variety of spices is unique compared to the other stalls around town.

Good mix of mouth-watering dishes at Nasi Campur Melayu

An array of spicy and non-spicy dishes

Good mix of mouth-watering dishes at Nasi Campur MelayuGood mix of mouth-watering dishes at Nasi Campur Melayu

The countless dishes and soup go well with the choice of white rice, nasi tomato and the fragrant nasi lemak boiled with coconut milk. Delightful dipping sauce and ulam which consists of four-angled beans (kacang botol) and cucumber slices is also available.

Do head over to Nasi Campur Melayu for a wholesome meal where the choices are abundant. The stall is open from mid-morning till 5pm and it is closed on Sunday. Click here for the Map Location.

Nasi Campur Melayu stall at Pinang Delicious Food Court on Macalister Road by what2seeonline.com

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5 comments so far

 1 

Nothing like some nasi campur to put many different flavours in one’s mouth. Hehe.

CK Lam Reply:

A mouthful of flavors indeed…well said Kenny!

April 15th, 2011 at 11:56 am
Gyang
 2 

Hi, this nasi melayu cannot beat opposite Nasi Melayu YUSOFF which few years back they awarded as HARGA BERPATUTAN. Try out this…they are going to open a new branch at Lorong Selamat CAFE which just opposite the old lady charkoayteow

CK Lam Reply:

Thanks for sharing the nasi melayu yusoff.

April 26th, 2011 at 4:33 pm
 3 

nampak sedap….. kat mana boleh cuba?

CK Lam Reply:

Pinang Delicious Food Court is on Macalister Road, opposite Red Rock Hotel. Click on the map to see the location.

July 6th, 2011 at 8:54 pm
rosniza
 4 

Terima kasih kepada ck lam kerana sudi promote nasi campur melayu dan kepada pelanggan kaami juga terima kasih kerana support,kami telah berpindah ke pls dan membuka kdai di sini..terima kasih untuk anda.

May 20th, 2013 at 5:10 am
roslina
 5 

thank u very much for ck lam to promote my food.. now we are remove at Kangar Perlis.. thanks to we supporter at Penang.. :-)

February 19th, 2014 at 3:44 pm

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