Among the intrinsic identities of authentic Malay cuisine is lontong, bite-sized rice cubes that are commonly drenched in a coconut-based gravy loaded with vegetables and topped with fried shaved coconut, tempeh, tofu cubes and a dollop of sambal. It might sound like a close cousin to ketupat but the rice is rolled inside banana leaves and meticulously boiled till the desired soft and chewy texture is achieved. Today, one can savour these chewy bites with a sheer variety of meats, seafood and vegetables too, somewhat a substitute to plain rice. It may not be as ubiquitous as they are in Johor Bahru, but we have scoured a number of restaurants in Subang Jaya that has lontong down-pat.
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Restoran Rivaayat is a newcomer in the lontong scene yet has been making a promising name among the locals. Upon walking in, be amazed by the slew of scrumptious sides such as ayam percik, deep-fried fish topped with sambal and many more, and they sure work wonders with your lontong . The rice cubes hold a nice chewy texture, shrouded with vegetables laden curry, a scoop of sambal and halved boiled egg. Also, many regulars stick to a common rule of adding the sotong sambal onto the haystack for that extra oomph. If your tongue is overwhelmed with spiciness, tame it down with a bowl of ABC ais campur.More info
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