Saturday, July 05, 2008

Norra Nasi Kerabu dan Ayam Bakar, Kuala Terengganu

Aaah, yesss.... I am back!
Had a wonderful break at Lang Tengah, I simply adore the beach there...lovely!! It's my second time there but am missing it already :(. Oh well, next year then..
So we left the island and were at Merang.
On the way to Kuala Terengganu, we stopped by Norra Nasi Kerabu, where it's very popular amongst the local..It was packed when we reached.. that was 10:30 am on monday. Wished my monday mornings were like that every week too!
Norra's a very fuss free stall set-up... they only serve nasi kerabu with ayam/ daging bakar.. they do serve other lauk (erm, there were 2 dishes), but patrons tend to ignore those and go straight for nasi kerabu..
I had the nasi kerabu with ayam bakar..The mak cik was very generous with the rice, chopped ulam (raw vegetables) and kerisik (fried shredded coconut). Smothered with their sweet sambal tumis/ budu like sauce, all you need to do is to mix all the ingredients well. The overall flavour was on the sweet side (quite norm in Terengganu and Kelantan), it was very good nonetheless. Every bite was filled with breath taking flavours from fresh ulam and sweet kerisik. And the ayam bakar was simply lip smacking! Well marinated, extremely juicy and with hints of smokey flavour; the ayam bakar complements the nasi kerabu beautifully.
Down the brekkie with a cup of hot teh tarik.....absolute bliss...
All for RM3.50.
I tried asking for the address, all pak cik could tell me was,
Jalan ni, kalau terus, ke Kuantan...bertentangan tu ke Kota Bahru la...
Erm, hope it helps :p

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Anonymous Life for Beginners | Kenny Mah said...

All that for RM3.50??? Wow, harga petrol tak naik di Kuala Terengannu ke? :P

I love nasi kerabu btw.

05 July, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

kenny: yup, all that (plus teh tarik) for RM3.50..guess life is still the same there..or maybe it costs RM3 previously? hehe. oohh, another fan of nasi kerabu. yummy hor?

05 July, 2008  
Blogger JeromeFo 令狐冲 said...

Omgz...nasi kerabu with ayam bakar just rm3.50 only? Aiks...wish i could go there and eat also...

05 July, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

I normally opt for nasi dagang (at pasar malam outlets) in stead of kerabu, because I just can't get enough of them!

yeah, admittedly, food from the eastern side are sweeter. the chicken looks really juicy and tempting, not to mention HUGE! =P

06 July, 2008  
Blogger Jun said...

ur nasi kerabu looks better (and cheaper) than the one i had in d'lish @_@

06 July, 2008  
Anonymous kampungboycitygal said...

omg! rm3.5! wish we have something as good n as cheap here

06 July, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

jerome: no, it's nasi kerabu+ayam bakar+teh tarik for RM3.50..hahaha

j2kfm: i love nasi dagang too, but this stall only sells nasi kerabu :). the chicken not that huge lar, i just took the pic real close...

jun: d'lish is more on ambience.. norra's purely on their food! hehe

kampungboycitygal: yeah, i wished too! actually, without drink the nasi kerabu+ ayam bakar costs only RM2.50!

06 July, 2008  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

wah, bestnyer! ada sunset, ada makan sedap-sedap, ada laut...aduh, jealousnyer! hahaha! nice looking nasi kerabu there! ;)

07 July, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

nic: memang bes giler! makanan pun enak belaka...

07 July, 2008  
Blogger "Joe" who is constantly craving said...

very helpful address..

08 July, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

joe: i tried asking for nama jalan, but they just cant seem to tell me ler..hahaha. well, it's very near merang..if that helps :p

08 July, 2008  
Anonymous jason said...

If only we have bullet train to Merang! >_<

08 July, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

jason: wah, that would be a dream come true! but alas.. :(

09 July, 2008  
Blogger Julian Si said...

This place is seriously DIVINE! :-) Best of all ... its in the "middle of nowhere"!

Cheers ... yum yum!

Happy Raya everyone!

09 September, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

yes, julian it's so darn good. i brought a large group of friends over a couple of months back and they love it to bits!

12 September, 2010  

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