Sepiring Uniquely Malaysian @ Midvalley Megamall, KL

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If you're looking for a place to savour a good selection of Malaysian delicacies, Sepiring Uniquely Malaysian at Midvalley Megamall might just be the place for you. The location of the place too is rather easy to find, ask your girlfriend or wife where is Cotton On located and you'll find the place. It's a simple kiosk, with enough seating to pack in a party.

The ever-so generous kiosk.

Stunning looking place!

Started off my meal with a decent cup of Mocha Latte with funky foam on top. 

Nasi Lemak with Rendang Ayam Kunyit - RM18.80

To begin, the chicken was done gorgeously with all that turmeric sauce on top and tender-soft flesh. It had a rich depth of flavour that really complimented the aromatic rice and sambal. Served with additional fried anchovies, peanuts, full boiled egg and cucumber, the dish was more than satisfactory to say the least. 

Nyonya Nasi Ulam with Ayam Percik - RM20.90

Personally, this dish looked somewhat identical to the nasi lemak in terms of presentation and perhaps, idea behind it. However, be sure that it's entirely different. The rice was incredibly aromatic, with a good load of spices and vegetables, along with chicken floss. Served with a rich and flavourful Ayam Percik, chewy keropok lekor and salted egg, this was one of my favourite dish of the night. 

Penang Rojak - RM9.90

Everything in this rojak, especially the sauce was pretty dam good. One of the reasons why I really enjoyed it was because it was spicy. Well, perhaps a little too spicy as I accidentally chewed on several bits of chilli padi. Nevertheless, it's pretty damn good to say the least. 

Nyonya Laksa - RM15.90

Apart from it's beautifully looking presentation, the Nyonya Laksa was really generous in size. The broth was rich in flavour and the noodles were cooked to a right consistency. A generous amount of chicken breast, fishcakes, prawns and tofu puff too were provided. 

Curry Laksa - RM15.90

Sepiring's Curry Laksa wasn't exactly the spiciest bowl of curry laksa that I've had, but it certainly does a good balance of flavour. The noodles too were really enjoyable as it was both bouncy and somewhat stringy. Served with a generous amount of dumplings, long beans, chopped chili and tofu puffs, the curry laksa was definitely worth the try. 

Chicken Satay Burger - RM18.90

Do not be alarm as the chicken satay burger does have peanut butter in it. Served with a good amount of chicken satay in homemade satay sauce, cucumbers, cheese, and breaded onion rings on a sesame seed charcoal bun, alongside keropok lekor and a salad sticks. Good flavour, rich combination but definitely need some time to get used to. 

Yam Cake - RM11.50

A classic yam cake with homemade chilli sauce. The cake itself was really firm and was packed with a rich yam taste. I wouldn't say it's the best, but it certainly was good. 

Spicy Smoked Beef Pasta - RM15.90

This is probably one of the most asian-defined pasta that I've had in awhile. Spaghetti was cooked nicely, not overdone and the sauce was pretty interesting. It had just a tinge of spiciness which gives it that slight 'kick' and the richness of the smoked beef worked brilliantly with the dish. 

Durian Pancake - RM11.50

For durian lovers, this dessert is a must. Served with 3 fat and plump durian pancake, where it was stuffed with cream and real durian pulp, wrapped in a thin layer of durian sheet. Cold, sweet, and rich, the durian pancake comes highly recommended for those who enjoy durians. 

Gula Melaka Affogato - RM10

A slightly localised version of the affogato with an introduction of gula melaka at the base of the ice cream. Poured over with a rich cup of espresso. 

Durian Cendol - RM9.20

Last but not least, I had a serving of possibly the best durian cendol available in KL. Finely shaved ice with a generous amount of cendol, kidney beans, sago, gula Melaka and an ice cream scoop of durian pulp! Simple, straight-forward and absolutely delicious. 

In conclusion, Sepiring Uniquely Malaysian stays absolutely true to its name. Where all the dishes are either localised or an upgrade of what we have on a daily basis. Few of my favourites includes the Nyonya Nasi Ulam, Nyonya Laksa, Durian Pancake and Durian Cendol. Service was pretty responsive and friendly, which was an additional plus point to the restaurant. It's also a good place for lunch as they do offer lunch sets at a really affordable price. 


Lot FK010, First Floor, South Court (near Metrojaya), Mid Valley Megamall.

Operating hours: Daily 10am-10pm

Tel: 03-2287 2798

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