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Netizen's are amazed at the fluency a Briton has for the Malay language.
Destinasi TV posted a video featuring blogger Rhys William trying nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur -- and he hosts the entire segment in very impressive Bahasa Melayu.
The writer of Mat Salleh Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan (loosely translated to 'white guy's food search') walks down the streets of Kampung Baru in search of the best nasi lemak, a dish that comprises rice made fragrant with coconut cream and pandan leaves, and ends up at Nasi Lemak Mak Wanjor.
The eatery has been operating at the same location since 1963 and the recipe has never changed.
Rhys spoke to the owner, Nazri, who has been helping out at the restaurant since he was 11, to find out what makes their nasi lemak so special.
According to Nazri, their rice is the best because they steam it three times.
The eatery also only focuses and sells nasi lemak along with desserts and drinks.
After speaking to Nazri and a few patrons, Rhys decides to try it for himself and eats it the proper way -- with his hand.
Although the sambal was a bit spicy for him, Rhys raved about the rice that was fluffy and flavourful.
He ends of the video with his verdict: Seriously 'sedap'.
Check out the video below.