Food Review: Qiji

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Looking for a place to savour local delights in air-conditioned comfort, but tired of the standardised offerings served in food courts? Qiji is the place to go for you!   

The highlight would be the Nasi Lemak. It comes in 5 set options. Nasi Lemak lovers will know that what makes or breaks it is the chilli. What makes Qiji’s Nasi Lemak memorable is the sweetness of the chilli, which complements its spiciness.

 If you are bored of the common fried chicken wing to go along with the rice, you can always try the Chicken Chop. Its breaded crust adds another layer in its texture, making it crunchy on the initial bites and soft on the inside.  The disappointing part though, was the rice – it was supposed to be green in colour according to the picture on the menu but turned out white; it’s not one of the most aromatic rice around.

Otherwise, you can always go for their other popular offerings like their Mee Rebus and Laksa.

The serving’s just right, it is halal, and it is worth the money. So why not consider Qiji the next time you are craving for some local delights? 

Dated: 12 July 2013

A slightly edited version has been published on Smartlocal.comImageImage

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