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Telephone
03- 7832 3138
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 17:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 17:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Pork-free
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/alimuthuandahhock/
Review (11)
Level1 2016-04-07
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Nasi Lemak nice! Not very spicy and chicken is juicy. Each plate costs RM11. try their cham ice, nice too continue reading
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Located at Oasis which is convenient for office workers to have their lunch here. Provide varieties of Malaysia cuisine to choose from Nasi Lemak Ayam, Roti Jala to Cantonese noodle. The restaurant are usually fully seated during lunch hour. continue reading
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Ali, mUthu, Ah Hock is another restaurant that served tradisional Malaysian cuisine like Nasi Lemak, asam Laksa, chee cheong fan, chicken porridge, curry chicken with bread and so on. Locating at the Corner of Capital 2 (aka BLock B) in Oasis Square, Ara Damansara, it's not very hot during the hot day in the afternoon. SOmehow the shadow of high rise office tower help to share peole there. THe environment is country feel, back to 50S when Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock are friends. Which explain, it has all the Malay, Indian and Chinese street food. under one roof. Most of the food here were Rm 8. Let's look at the pic, shall we? Nasi Lemak Ayam Rm 9.50. I not sure if this is the signature dish of the restaurant, cause it is the most ordered one. Haven try it, because I don't want to eat Nasi Lemak for lunch, which later cause me sleepy more. Nasi Goreng Cina Rm 8. Just an ordinary Fried Rice with fried egg. Nasi Goreng Kampung Rm 8I like this one more than Nasi GOreng CIna, it is mid spicy. Nyonya Laksa RM 8the layer of oil on top is a bit thick, the added of "lemak' inside enhance the laksa! yummy. best eat when hot. SO far I like Nyonya Laksa more than the 3 dishes above. ALso, I like that they provide re-useable plastic tupperware, when I need to take-away, without extra charge. So environment friendly. This is one of the reason I like them. In case if all the food above, dont serve you right, here is the menu, you will found some Malaysian traditionsal dishes that you like! eventually!  continue reading
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Level1 2015-04-11
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Came over to this restaurant instead of village Park to get better service. Quite disappointed since the service I got is not what I should get given the nasi lemak ayam is priced at RM 9.50 (held up my hand for at least 2 minutes to ask for menu but unnoticed albeit the amount of staffs they have and a very small crowd of customers) but the service is slightly better than village Park. Sambal is sweet not spicy. Chicken is crispy but not crunchy-crispy, which I believe village Park is better. Lontong is too hard. Roti jala is OK. Chicken curry is OK. Don't think I will come back anyway. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-22
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With a name like Ali, Muthu, and Ah Hock, it is expected that this seemingly-typical one-upped coffee shop (not unlike Papparich, Old Town, Uncle Lim's, etc.) would served nasi lemak; and true itself, it does.But is it any good?To me, if any single criterion defines a good nasi lemak, I would have to say it's the sambal. While potently flavourful (without being particularly spicy) and thick with anchovies, the sambal is a lot saltier than I would like it... yet, somehow does not spoil the experience and enjoyment of the dish at all.The chicken is crispy, warm, and super fragrant with turmeric - the epitome of a perfect ayam goreng berempah - that would put most nasi lemak places to shame. Despite my almost-completely strict preference for breast meat, I find myself enjoying the thigh meat more than I would expect.Salty sambal and the non-serving of breast meat, yet I rate this nasi lemak so highly? I am a generous God.Perhaps, my biggest gripe would lie in the fact that it is served with half a half-boiled egg (no, that doesn't constitute a quarter-boiled egg), and the price tag that borders upon a tenner... and perhaps the unattentive service. continue reading
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