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Aunty Aini’s Gar­den Café

Batu 16, Jalan Sepang, Kam­pung Chelet, Ni­lai (06 7991276).

Away from the city glare in a serene vil­lage, this quaint lit­tle café of­fers more than just food. The nois­i­est thing you’ll hear as you sup at this restau­rant is the chirp of crick­ets ac­com­pa­nied by the gur­gling wa­ter fea­tures. Gor­geous at­mos­phere aside, the dishes served here are sim­ple and un­com­pli­cated. Ab­so­lutely tra­di­tional dag­ing salai in gu­lai lemak cili padi, sup ekor and ikan je­na­hak assam pedas are favourites with the reg­u­lars. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Mon–Sat, 11.30am–3.30pm, 5.30pm–11.30pm. $

SAS Restoran Ayam Kam­pung First floor, 9 Av­enue, Ta­man Kor­po­rat Ni­lai, Ban­dar Baru Ni­lai, Ni­lai (06 794 0280).

This eatery only uses kam­pung (vil­lage) chicken in its kam­pung-style dishes. In a con­stant ef­fort to bring the best food to all pa­trons, the restau­rant in­tro­duced a new menu last year with more va­ri­ety. Lem­peng, berdegel and tauhu bakar are some of the new dishes along­side popular choices like ayam halia and ayam masakan lemak. Pork-free. Mon–Sun, 9.30am–10.30pm. $

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