The quintessentially Malaysian dish, nasi lemak, has a lot going for it. A few of these include the fact that it can be enjoyed during any meal, be it breakfast, brunch, lunch, high tea, dinner, supper, or any other time of the day. On top of this, the ingredients can be easily obtained and all work to create a balanced dish that represents Malaysia on a plate. This dish can be enjoyed pretty much anywhere, regardless of whether its a restaurant or road side stall. In the Johor, one particular vendor of this classic local favourite is Yellow Corner Nasi Lemak, a stall located in the housing area of Taman Kota Kulai. Yellow Corner Nasi Lemak is easy to locate as it is next to a large corner house off Jalan Pinang 1, and you can't miss the bright lights and cars parked by the road side. If that’s not enough, you’re welcome to ask for directions from the Kulai natives, who are all too familiar with the vendor; ultimately showing the impression they’ve made on the natives with their great food.
Speaking of great food, the star attraction here is obviously the nasi lemak, which contains all the components necessary for a great plate of nasi lemak. These include the sambal, the coconut infused long grain rice, a fried egg, 2 slices of cucumber, and a piece of fried chicken. By default, customers who order the nasi lemak will be served the breast piece unless ordered otherwise.
There’s more to be had here other than just nasi lemak. There’s also fried rice, fried noodles, tom yam, eggs, and much more. So if you’re looking to get your nasi lemak fix while in Johor, look no further than Yellow Corner Nasi Lemak.