Operating since 1997, Mali’s Corner ventured from a humble hawker stall to now a two storey shop lot by serving only two types of dishes. The interior of the place is nothing worth highlighting about, just the usual mamak store concept that could be found outside. But considering that the place is relatively new, the dining environment is definitely clean and comfortable to dine in. The restaurant is sectioned into two areas, Nasi Lemak on the right and Char Kuey Teow on the left. Here in Mali’s Corner, a fast-food joint self-service concept is implemented in the restaurant where you queue to order in one counter and pay and collect at the next.
Nasi Lemak here is served with a generous serving of fragrant rice complemented by Fried Chicken or a sunny side up and some cucumber. The sweet and spicy sambal sauce would be a lack of texture to those who prefers sambal with anchovies but the taste of it definitely goes well with the dish.
Although lacking in variety, Mali’s corner makes it up by serving quality Nasi Lemak and Char Kuey Teow which once again proves that simplicity is the best.