Devi’s Corner, once a very popular hangout place in Bangsar Baru has shifted from Jalan Telawi 5 to Jalan Telawi 4 in the year 2008.
Devi’s Corner Nasi Lemak
Once voted as Malaysia’s best Nasi Lemak, though the quality has gone down tremendously since, the Nasi Lemak at Devi’s Corner now is better than it was a couple of years ago. The rice is fragrant and cooked to perfection with the santan while the sambal is just nice.
Devi’s Corner Roti Telur
Roti Telur “garing” is crispy and delicious, although I am not sure whether it’s softer if you don’t tell the waiter you want it “garing”. Most mamak stalls serve soft and fluffy roti canai but I prefer mine crispy.
Devi’s Corner Tosai Masala
Tosai Masala is not the best option of food when it comes to the food at Devi’s Corner. While the roti canai is still fine, the tosai has nothing out of the extraordinary and there is nothing to shout about.
Devi’s Corner Nescafe Tarik
Nescafe Tarik is made to perfection, not too sweet nor tasteless.
Overall, Devi’s Corner is your favorite mamak stall for a reason. Although the patrons are lesser nowadays, maybe come 2010 when the World Cup season is here, the thriving days of Devi’s Corner will return.
- Nasi Lemak + Mata Kerbau – RM 2.50
- Roti Telur – RM 1.50
- Tosai Masala – RM 2.50
- Nescafe Tarik – RM 1.60
- Black & White Coffee – RM 5.90
14, Jalan Telawi 4, Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
My Ratings (1-5)
- Food – 4.0
- Service – 3.0
- Ambiance – 4.0