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6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak

Sunday, October 29, 2006




Before posting this article, I decided to run some search on this food establishment .. just to gauge some idea on the receptance of general public. I googled the name "6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak" and it returned with some results. Apparently, quite a handful of "reviews" were made already.

Right ... I am slow. Very slow. Probably all the eating has made me slow down. I have a whole load of backlog articles to publish ... and this article alone is probably 3 weeks old !

But what the heck ... here it is anyway, backlog or not ...

6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak isn't any posh establishment ... not airconditioned, no sofa seats or even Cliff Richard singing in the background .. although you could probably request them to play something romantic on their radio if you happen to bring your partner .. you know, just to get the mood going (amongst the other crowded patrons). But you're there probably because you've heard of this restaurant within the flats in PJ Section 17 or about their RedWine Pork Rib. And you won't regret your visit after trying it out.


Imagine....


A huge slice of tender, juicy ... perfectly grilled pork rib, layers with a big round slice of pineapple and finished with delicious special redwine sauce. and as you sink you teeth into the soft yet tender meat with that slight red wine tingling taste ... you can't help but imagine where in seventh heaven are you ...... hungry yet ?



Eric Lim aka "The Chef" is the brainchild behind this gastronomy delight and of course, other favourites such as the Redwine Lamb Chop and the yummy chicken chop. You must also try their legendary Special Nasi Lemak - which is very wellknown and has been around for the last 20 years or so.


The Special Nasi Lemak comes with mouth-watering Curry Chicken or Spicy Sotong (squid) .. and you can be sure your order arrives very generously portioned. Ask around the Section 17 neighborhood for this popular nasi lemak stall at the flats and chances are they will point you to "6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak".


All the talking and visualizing will not compare to the real thing ... go on and pamper your tastebuds. Tip of the day .. weekends can be quite packed, you can try but do go early to book your spot! Alternatively, check them out on weekdays but stay off Mondays and Tuesdays ... Mr. Eric takes his beautiful rest on these days. And due to "high" demand from their customers, they are now opened for lunches as well ... so add this spot to your usual lunch destinations.



Price Guides

Red Wine Lamb Special (RM21.00)
Red Wine Pork Ribs Special (18.00)
New Zealand Grill Lamb Chops (RM13.00)
Grill Chicken Chop (RM9.50)
Grill Pork Chops (RM12.00)
Special Chicken (RM10.00)
Nasi Lemak Special with Chicken (RM6.00)

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Contact Details

6 to 10 Grill & Nasi Lemak
BG-1, Block B, Happy Mansion,
Jalan 17/13, 46400 Petaling Jaya.
Tel : 03-79554993 (Eric)



Ratings

OVERALL RATINGs : * * * * * (You'll have a satisfied meal)
Environment Ratings : * * * (Coffeeshop style)
Food Ratings : * * * * * (Excellente ..)
Service Ratings : * * * * (food may take a little while to get prepared if crowded)
Value Ratings : * * * * * (it's good value for what you're getting)

Operation Details

Average Price : Let's just put it at below RM30
Business Hrs : Wed to Sun. Lunch from 12 noon - 2:30 pm. Dinner from 6 pm - 10:30 pm
Accepted Cards: not sure


Miscellaneous Details

Halal : No
Dining Method : Dine-In . Takeaway
Food/Cuisine : Local - Nasi Lemak is terrific / Western - Go for the Red Wine Chops !!!
Ambience/Features : Open-aired Coffeeshop concept
Reservations : Accepted on weekdays

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Jimmy aka Oddstuff said...

The nasi lemak looks good - will certainly try that one out before the rest. To me, the anchovies and roasted peanuts are always the "acid test" for a good nasi lemak.

Tim, can you one day go to Tanjung Sepat's Ocen Restaurant (I know you wouldn't mind travel for food), to do the review? I hate to write too much about food so only had a snapshot in my gallery. Waiting...

11/03/2006 9:09 AM  
Blogger Timothy said...

Jimmy, what you said is true. Roasted peanuts and anchovies - many might not think much of it. But sambal is quite an essence as well.

Anyway, I think I would love to check out the Tanjung Sepat's Ocen Restaurant after all .. I've heard quite a bit about it. Thanks dude.

11/05/2006 8:42 AM  
Blogger YT said...

pork chop always my favourite but hardly can find pork chop outside unless i cook it myself hahaha....

this redwine pork chop is on my "must eat list" no.1 now =D

11/10/2006 9:39 PM  

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