The restaurant is already an institution made famous by its lontong, a special javanese dish comprising compressed cubes of rice, vegetables cooked in thick coconut gravy, fried soy beans, fried beef pate and squid.
Shah alam is next to the klang district of selangor and it has since been granted the status of city in 2000.
Queue up for your plate of lontong, as this place is self service.
In Indonesia where it originates from, lontong actually refers to the compressed rice cakes, which are rolled up in banana leaf and boiled for many hours to soften.
The restaurant is popular with a scrumptious breakfast of nasi lemak which has a variety of selection of dishes such as fried chicken, sambal sotong, fried lungs, shrimp and many more.
Ada juga mencadangkan untuk mencuba daging lemak cili apinya.