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Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Sepiring for some mouth-watering Malaysian Cuisine, which made me proud of our colourful local heritage. Bringing people together one plate at a time, Sepiring serves homegrown meals in a welcoming atmosphere that rekindles a joy worth sharing with friends and family over and over again.
Sepiring’s menu carries an exciting variety with recipes from all corners of Malaysia, including my favourite Yam Cake (RM13.90) that comes with special homemade chili sauce. The attention to detail in its preparation is evident with chunky cubes of yam in every bite.
I always called Penang Rojak (RM12.90) as Malaysian style salad. Made with medley of colourful fresh fruits and vegetables then tossed all together with Sepiring’s homemade shrimp paste sauce, I like how the generous portion of crushed peanut complemented the texture of this bowl of crunchy goodness.
Craving for a taste of Malaysian cuisine can savour this Nyonya Nasi Ulam (RM25.90) to please your taste buds with much satisfaction. The addictive nasi ulam is accompanied with keropok lekor, salted egg, mixed veggies in sambal, and the incredibly fragrant ayam percik, a combination of different states’ decacies that you just can’t miss it! The distinct taste of percik sauce complemented the tender chicken’s luscious aromatic flavour very well, I like it so much.
Signature dishes to look out for feasting at Sepiring including their Nasi Kunyit (RM15.90), a simple but flavor-packed combination dish of soft turmeric glutinous rice with aromatic chicken curry. Best eaten while served warm, it is this harmonious blend of flavours that makes us all ‘uniquely Malaysian’.
Dining at Sepiring will be an exciting experience as there are so many dishes to sample and new flavours to savour! But if you are confused what to choose, get this Nasi Pandan with Ayam Berempah (RM21.90) surely won’t go wrong. Pandan coconut milk rice served with tender spiced chicken, pickled vegetables, fried anchovies, fried groundnuts, sliced cucumber, a hard-boiled egg and chili sambal accompanied with rendang kunyit sauce, this dish is probably most Malaysian’s favourite staple food.
The rich curry broth of Malaysian cuisine is truly reflected in this Nyonya Laksa (RM18.90), which served with thick rice noodles, shredded steamed chicken, sliced fish cakes, and succulent prawns in a warm and creamy broth.
This Durian Pancake (RM14.90) dessert is sooooo irresistable especially for the durian lovers, fresh pure durian and cream wrapped in light pancake skin, trust me, one is definitely not enough!
Thick, creamy Bubur Cha Cha (RM8) dessert with sweet potatoes, yam and sago in rich coconutbased soup, just the way I like it.
Gula Melaka Latte (RM12), deliciously brewed coffee sweetened with thick Gula Melaka syrup for that extra fragrant to conclude the delectable meal with. Remember to stir it well before having a sip.
My childhood’s dream to have lots and lots of Milo powder on iced dessert is finally realized with this Stylo Milo Ais Kacang (RM14.90), a crunchy chocolate flavoured shaved ice garnished with Koko Krunch, sliced almond, vanilla ice cream, and last but not least, the yummy Milo powder.
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