One of my usual dinner/supper places is the SS2 mamak square, especially by the Misai mamak stall. This is mainly due to the fact that their teh-o-ais limau (kurang manis) was never too sweet, and only costs RM 1. Yes, we are cheap and likes to take care of our kidneys too.
Leong Fried Rice at SS2 Mamak Square
There are actually quite a number of stalls at the square, Ramli burger, chicken rice, Pak Lang’s Malay food, Mamak Indomie, Satey, and more. One of the stalls I frequent is Leong (良), a stall that serves wantan mee, fried rice, fried kueh teow, and wat tan hor (滑蛋河).
Other than not serving pork (a mamak square after all), the one thing unique about this particular stall is their “silver fish” fried rice (银鱼炒饭). Shrimps and egg makes up the main ingredients of the fried rice, and a type of very small dried salted fish similar but unlike anchovies (ikan bilis) topped the rice. The fish is salty to taste but carries a distinctive salted fish flavor that is rather delicious. I am not aware of other places offering the exact same type of fried rice. I like it.
Misai’s son, and the weird dude with Coke susu
The guy in the picture who posed proudly in front of the stall is actually Misai‘s son, Falid, who is also an Arsenal fan. Other than the usual teh tarik, limau ais, and kopi, you can order Ribena with logan. A pretty interesting combination that offers the best of both Ribena’s blackcurrant sweetness and the taste of logan. If you are a little more adventurous, you can try what the Coke susu, Coca-cola with condensed milk. I took a sip but decided to not test my stomach that much.
the map to misai mamak stall at SS2
Some people drink weird stuff.
Jalan SS 2/60,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.117558, 101.622323