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Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru - Delicious Nasi Lemak and Roti Canai

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In Kampung Baru, there are arguably a few household names for nasi lemak, Nasi Lemak Wanjor, Antarabangsa, City Roses and one of our favourites, Warung Pak Hassan. He is right there up on top along with the best of the best and is situated right beside the main road (opposite of Menara DBKL). Warung Pak Hassan is renowned for two of Malaysians' favourite breakfasts, which are nasi lemak and roti canai.
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Kampung Baru is well known for its delicious stalls that serves some of the best Malay food in Klang Valley. Today we are going to savour one of the nasi lemak stalwarts in Kampung Baru and also enjoy a side of fluffy roti canai…

In Kampung Baru, there are arguably a few household names for nasi lemak, Nasi Lemak Wanjor, Antarabangsa, City Roses and one of our favourites, Warung Pak Hassan. He is right there up on top along with the best of the best and is situated right beside the main road (opposite of Menara DBKL). Pak Hassan is renowned for two of Malaysians’ favourite breakfasts, which are nasi lemak and roti canai.

Here you self-serve your nasi lemak, so you can have it the way you want it with your lauk of choice.

They get each plate ready with a banana leaf on top to heighten the aroma and it sure is fragrant. You can smell the pandan leaves that are infused with the rice at this shop. The rice is loose and not clumpy. Imagine it falling on your plate like raindrops, which makes it perfect as a sambal vessel. The sambal is sweet and has a lingering spiciness. The ikan bilis gives a lot of crunchy texture with every bite and it is a nicely salty.

The lauk of choice definitely would be the sambal sotong, which features a sweet sambal with sotong kering. The sotong is well cooked, with a firm bite, not chewy, and not too soft. Done I guess you can say it’s ‘al dente’.

The roti canai in Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru is well received as well, as there is a massive queue for it. Try the ‘roti tampal’ which comes with a fried egg ‘tampal’ on top for a protein boost. The roti canai is soft, fluffly with a slightly crunchy texture. However I think the star of the show is the kari kaki ayam (chicken feet curry). The kari is thin, with a subtle curry taste and loaded with ‘kaki ayam’ and chicken meat. There is no restriction to how much kari you want to have.

Warung Pak Hassan is a family business and much-loved by the people of Kampung Baru. Not only does he serve good food, he is good-natured as well. He does a lot of good work within the community and even occasionally treats his customers to free meals especially during Ramadhan.

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Nasi Lemak Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru – Kedai Makan Melayu Best done right!

Address

Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru
31, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 017 – 223 7178
Business Hours

Open 7am – 1pm

Roti Canai and Nasi Lemak Pak Hassan Review

Pros : Consistently good nasi lemak and roti canai with unlimited kari kaki ayam!

Cons : Parking and tables may prove difficult but hey… it’s Kampung Baru

Price Range : RM1 – RM10

Parking : Only on a Tree

Certification : Warung Pak Hassan is Muslim Owned, Halal Food

Roti Canai With Chicken Feet At Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru KL

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One of a classic recommendation by my friend (kedai makan melayu best in KL), indeed turns out to be a great food hunting for a Malaysian classic breakfast. Little did I know that Warung Pak Hassan is famous store in Kampung Baru for his specialty and guess what is it? Roti Canai with Chicken Feet. Usually we have our roti canai with sambal, dal or ikan kari but at this warung is with a special curry recipe of Pak Hassan with add on chicken feet that makes this his signature item in his stall in this whole street.
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One of a classic recommendation by my friend (kedai makan melayu best in KL), indeed turns out to be a great food hunting for a Malaysian classic breakfast. Little did I know that Warung Pak Hassan is famous store in Kampung Baru for his specialty and guess what is it? Roti Canai with Chicken Feet. Usually we have our roti canai with sambal, dal or ikan kari but at this warung is with a special curry recipe of Pak Hassan with add on chicken feet that makes this his signature item in his stall in this whole street.

Warung Pak Hassan that had been operate around 70 years. Pak Hassan said, he establish this store when he was young along with his so called before girlfriend and now his wife to run this place all these years.

Not only well known for his roti but also his classic style nasi lemak. A store that is famous among the office crowd here and be prepare to queue if you are there early during peak hours. Warung Pak Hassan is a self service joint where you queue and pick up your item, pay at the counter then sit.

Love the roti canai kosong here in Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru as it is soft, fully and crips. I had 2 by myself with mix curry and was there for 2 breakfast days in a row. RM 1 per piece.

At first I did not want to take the nasi lemak, but looking at the lady next to me enjoying her every bite then we decided to try out too. It is good! I took Ayam Masak Merah and Cuttle Fish. All cook to perfection and of course a sunny side up. Sambal is different from others, as you can taste the spices of chili, mild spicy with sweet end for Pak Hassan version, and I did my usual is a mix curry ontop of my Nasi Lemak. Nasi Lemak here is fragrant with pandan and mild santan yet it is dry enough to make it pieces.

Love their chicken feet as it is so soft and fragrant that the curry taste blends into it. Slightly inconsistant as Saturday was slightly hard and Sunway as cook to perfection.

Parking and Price at Warung Pak Hassan

Parking here at Warung Pak Hassan and nearby Kampung Baru sucks, so be prepare to park at the road side and to watch out for your car. My total bill for the day was RM 18. I guess I got rip-off, and also was told by some of the readers that this place is well known to “pancung” on selected people. So eat at your discretion.

Base on calculation, my simple nasi lemak cost me easily RM 8-RM 12 which is absurd!

**Halal Food

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, pretty good classic breakfast– !! -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

*** vipmalaysia.com note: Basically if you want the price to go sky high, you are advised to only get the basic or what you normally eating like nasi lemak with sotong (1 piece). Do not take more than one piece because you will pay what you get on your plate.

Warong Pak Hassan Location and Telephone Number

For any inquiries and how to go there, kindly see the details as below:

Location:

Warung Pak Hassan
31, Jalan Raja Abdullah,
Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 017 – 223 7178

Operating Hours: Daily : 7am – 12pm (best to reach after 11am) for lesser crowd

Food Rating 8/10, pretty good classic breakfast– !! -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:

Warung Pak Hassan
31, Jalan Raja Abdullah,
Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 017 – 223 7178

Operating Hours: Daily : 7am – 12pm (best to reach after 11am) for lesser crowd

Nasi Lemak dan Roti Canai Best Hanyalah di Warung Pak Hassan Kg Baru

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Lauk-Pauk Nasi Lemak Warung Pak Hassan Kg Baru : Ayam Goreng Berempah, Sambal Sotong, Ayam Rendang, Daging Rendang dan telur goreng adalah antara pilihan lauk untuk Nasi Lemak bila mencari kedai makan melayu best di Kuala Lumpur. Nasi Lemak Ayam Rendang Restoren Pak Hassan Kampung Baru. Set nasi lemak berlaukkan ayam rendang dengan air Teh O Ais yang aku makan untuk sarapan pagi hanyalah berharga rm5. Murah bukan?
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Di tengah isu kangkung yg sedang hangat ni teringin pulak nak makan nasi lemak yg ada sayur kangkung. Fikir punya fikir teringat satu restoren yang pernah dicadangkan oleh seorang rakan yang terletak di Kampung Baru.

Restoren Warung Pak Hassan ni aku rasa ada kaitan dengan sebuah madrasah yang terletak betul-betul di belakang restoren tu. Sebab itulah harga yang dikenakan kepada pengunjung restorennya amat murah. Ada elemen sedeqah di situ aku rasa.

Nasi lemak Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru KL

Nasi lemak kat sini selain daripada kosnya yang murah memang sedap. Dihiasi dengan kangkung, telur (separuh), ikan bilis kering serta sambal yang enak, nasi lemaknya dikukus dengan sempurna menjadikannya relai, tidak melekat di antara satu sama lain.

Kangkung Celur dan timun sebagai pilihan pelanggan untuk dipadankan dengan Nasi Lemak

Lauk-Pauk Nasi Lemak Warung Pak Hassan Kg Baru

Ayam Goreng Berempah, Sambal Sotong, Ayam Rendang, Daging Rendang dan telur goreng adalah antara pilihan lauk untuk Nasi Lemak. Nasi Lemak Ayam Rendang Restoren Pak Hassan Kampung Baru. Set nasi lemak berlaukkan ayam rendang dengan air Teh O Ais yang aku makan untuk sarapan pagi hanyalah berharga rm5. Murah bukan?

Roti Canai Warung Pak Hassan Kampung Baru

Menu yang disediakan yang menjadi favorite ramai di Warung Pak Hassan adalah seperti roti canai biasa, roti telur dan roti sardin ada disediakan di restoren ini. Roti canai ditebar di satu sudut restoren berdasarkan pesanan yang diterima.

Apa yang menarik tentang roti canai di Warung Pak Hassan ini ialah kuahnya. Kuahnya ialah kuah kari kaki ayam. Ia disediakan di dalam satu periuk besar dan pelanggan bebas untuk mencedok sendiri kuah kari tersebut.

Sekeping roti canai dan segelas teh O, harganya hanyalah RM2 sahaja. Jimat bukan?

Sesiapa yang berkerja di tengah bandaraya Kuala Lumpur dan ingin berjimat bolehlah makan di sini. Hanya RM5 sahaja untuk sarapan.

Siapa kata makan di bandaraya KL semuanya mahal? Restoren Pak Hassan yang sempoi dan murah ini adalah buktinya. Warung Pak Hassan adalah merupakan kedai makan melayu di Kuala Lumpur dan wajib anda kunjungi dan nikmati sarapan pagi di tengah-tengah kota Kuala Lumpur.

Roti by any other name

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Mansion Tea Stall takes it a bit further. Its specialty is a hot mess of roti banjir plus two soft-boiled eggs and a dollop of sambal. Devour this by breaking the eggs and stirring it in with the shredded roti and medley of curries. This combination is heavenly especially if you love eggs. It gets better with hot roti, so be sure to insist on the ones fresh off the grill, not the cold ones stacked at the side.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 — The humble roti canai has sustained many hungry Malaysians of all ages for as long as one can remember. Eaten for breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner, supper or just about any time when one is peckish, we can be assured of a cheap, satisfying meal with this hearty, fluffy and crispy fare.

And being the creative and adventurous folks that we are, this beloved flat bread has evolved from the basic plain flour, ghee, salt and water mix to some tasty (and at times bizarre) variants.

From adding eggs and meat to Milo and ice cream, we have also progressed to multi-coloured roti canai (roti rainbow), roti fried with vegetables and meat (roti canai goreng) and wrapping instant noodles in them (roti Maggi).

But one popular variation that never gets old is roti banjir. As its name implies, roti banjir is roti canai that is immersed in a gravy of curry plus dhal.

Mansion Tea Stall takes it a bit further. Its specialty is a hot mess of roti banjir plus two soft-boiled eggs and a dollop of sambal. Devour this by breaking the eggs and stirring it in with the shredded roti and medley of curries. This combination is heavenly especially if you love eggs. It gets better with hot roti, so be sure to insist on the ones fresh off the grill, not the cold ones stacked at the side.

Restoran Ratha Raub has a good reputation for excellent chicken curry and fish head curry. Slightly under the radar are their excellent nasi lemak and roti, of which I’m about to bring to your attention.

I must say that the roti canai here is one of the most aromatic ones that I’ve had and with the prerequisite crispy surface, it is a winner on its own. But the accompanying fish curry is what raises the bar. Flavourful, slightly sour and extremely appetising, I savour every piece of roti dipped in that amazing curry, so much so that the dhal is forgotten.

On Jalan Chan Sow Lin, in a dilapidated shack on the side of the road, Fadzil Sulaiman’s team is perpetually busy tossing roti canai, frying eggs and dishing out plates of savoury mutton curries to hungry customers from 6am.

While some may opt for the fish, the mutton remains their bestseller and for good reason; it is chunky, cheap and tender. Each disc of fluffy roti is puffed out like a pillow with a sure but sharp clap of the palms as soon as it gets off the griddle. It is so well-cooked that there is very little chewy, undercooked dough under the surface. And the amazing part? Each roti is only RM1!

I had thought this RM1 roti was an amazing discovery until my search led me to Warung Pak Hassan in Kampung Baru. The rather run-down space on the side of Jalan Raja Abdullah — one of KL’s busiest roads offers free, unlimited chicken feet curry with any food order.

Yes, scoop as many chicken feet into as many bowls of curry as you wish, whether you are enjoying their fluffy roti or delicious nasi lemak; there is no restriction on the curry if you are a patron.

While their roti is decent, the stand-out is the curry. Though thin, it possesses a slight gelatinous consistency and wonderful flavour from the essence of hundreds of chicken feet!

Jaipur in TTDI is better known for banana leaf rice but its regulars swear by the restaurant’s roti canai for breakfast. A close contender is Restoran Ismail. While Jaipur edges out with its thick and hot dhal plus sardine curry (with specials like salted fish curry and crab curry on weekends), Ismail’s curries are hard to beat — rich with wonderful depth of flavour. You can opt for mutton, chicken, beef or a mix of the different curries. The roti is great too, crispy all round and soft inside.

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Restoran Ratha Raub
    32 Jalan SS21/35
    Damansara Utama
    Petaling Jaya, Selangor
    LRT/MRT: TTDI
    Distance: Take MRT Feeder Bus T813 and alight at Jejantas LDP SS21 (Utara)
    Operating hours: 7am–10pm
  2.  Restoran Ismail
    Jalan Wan Kadir 1
    Kuala Lumpur.
    LRT/MRT: TTDI
    Distance: 200 metres
    Operating hours: Daily
  3. Mansion Tea Stall
    2, Ground Floor, Selangor Mansion
    Jalan Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur.
    LRT/MRT: Masjid Jamek
    Distance: 500 metres
    Operating hours: 24 hours, daily

* For more gastronomic adventures — keep up with Rebecca on www.RebeccaSaw.com and instagram.com/wackybecky.

Getting there:

● Exit the fare gates and take the Jalan Melayu/Jalan Masjid India exit.

● Turn right and walk along Jalan Melayu.

● You will pass the Bazaar Melayu Masjid India on your right and then Jai Hind on your left.

Keep left and go straight on, passing Bank Muamalat, Amanah Raya and an abandoned building.

● Directly in front of you is a bridge. Cross the bridge and you will come down facing Mansion Tea Stall.

  1. Roti Canai Kambing
    Roadside stall @ Jln Dua
    Off Jln Chan Sow Lin, Kuala Lumpur.
    LRT/MRT: Chan Sow Lin
    Distance: 600 metres
    Operating hours: 6am–4pm
  2. Warung Pak Hassan
    31, Jalan Raja Abdullah
    Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur
    LRT/MRT: Dang Wangi
    Distance: 300 metres
    Operating hours: 7am–1pm; closed on Mondays.

Customers reviews on Warung Pak Hassan Kg Baru

What people say about Warung Pak Hassan?​

Bintang Kesukaan :
5/5
Nasi Lemak Sedap di KL

"Warung Pak Hassan Teh Tarik Best"

Dari pejabat ke Warung Pak Hassan mengambil masa tak sampai 5 minit berjalan kaki. Tiap-tiap hari aku datang sini untuk menikmati sarapan pagi. Nasi Lemak sotong memang sangat awesome dan boleh dikatakan nasi lemak awesome di KL. Pekena pula dengan teh tarik ori memang terlalu enak.

Ahmad Syadil
Pensyarah
Bintang Kesukaan :
4/5
Roti Canai Kaki Ayam Warung Pak Hassan Terbaik!!

" Menu Terbaik Warung Pak Hassan Self Service"

Sekarang ini kalau datang ke Warung Pak Hassan untuk makan sarapan pagi, ada buskers yang bermain di depan gerai makan. Sambil meratah kaki ayam boleh menikmati lagu dari buskers dan juga menderma. Makan dulu lepas tu bayar kemudian. Harga berbaloi.

Nina Ahmad
UniKL

Contact Warung Pak Hassan

Phone: 017-223 7871

31, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 1PM

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