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I work with a team of people who likes to get together and enjoy good lunches together from time to time, and several days ago it was Stanely’s turn to play host to these ad hoc events we have every now and then. The destination – Warisan Kafe at Avenue K, just a short walk from our office.

Warisan nasi kukus at Avenue K
Warisan nasi kukus at Avenue K

Warisan Kafe is located at the concourse level on Avenue K, just a short walk away from the KLCC LRT station. Instead of a proper restaurant, it is set up under the stairs and had tables and chairs sprawled along the hallway, which was plenty fine for quick lunches.

Lamb Mysore, Rendang Daging, Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng
Lamb Mysore, Rendang Daging, Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng

Warisan Kafe has five different types of nasi kukus to choose from – the usual nasi putih, nasi kukus beras perang, nasi kukus lemak, nasi kukus pandan, and my favorite, nasi kukus telang, or the blue rice commonly found with nasi kerabu.

Choices of lauk to pair with the rice include their signature dish in ayam goreng berempah, rendang daging, lamb Mysore. Accompanying the rice & meat would be 3 different types of curry, keropok, telur rebus (hard boiled egg), and sambal belacan.

teh lapis pandan & ubi kayu kukus
teh lapis pandan & ubi kayu kukus

In addition to their signature dishes, Warisan also serves mee kuah, laksa, bubur, and even roti jala. Dessert choices are ubi kayu kukus & bubur manis.

thank you for lunch, Stanley!
thank you for lunch, Stanley!

I’ve had their lamb, ayam goreng, and tasted a bite of the rendang. Quality of food is more than decent, and certainly present itself as a serious enough option especially in a shopping mall environment. With drinks, a meal can go up to almost RM 20, but you can also get by with a slightly smaller budget.

map of Avenue K

Warisan Kafe
SAC-C-1, Concourse Level
Avenue K, 156, Jln Ampang,
50450 KL

GPS: 3.159210, 101.713538
Hours: 10 am to 10 pm


Discuss : KY eats – Warisan Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah, Avenue K

  1. KY, your lunch get together seem great and food awesome. Lamb Mysore made hungry
    just looking at photo so chicken dish. What I like are the interesting drinks
    Southeast countries have. Would like to collected lot of recipes on how to make

    • Vickie: yah, we have lots of different drinks, some of them aren’t particularly healthy. haha.

  2. immature 2.0

    lol @ MySore

  3. Hmmm…I just hopped over from another blog – coincidentally, she had the same nasi kukus ayam goreng berempah but what she had certainly looks a whole lot nicer…from a roadside stall, for RM6.00 only.

    • suituapui: hahha, to be honest the full nasi kukus here looks good too but we didn’t order that, and also you can never beat street food. 😛

  4. Eh, where’s the ayam goreng berempah? 😀

  5. i only eat nasi before my long runs.. carbo loading on thurs and friday! will keep this place in mind. other days i makan noodles sahaja!!! 😛

  6. Yum. With a lunch like that how to work after that.

  7. MySore is really a name of a place?

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