Nasi & Mee.. N&m.. Nom Nom..

Nasi and Mee translates to “Rice and Noodles” and they had me at that!! 

Nasi and Mee is a breath of fresh air. Located on the Knk Road in Nungambakkam, the place is hard to miss. Thanks to the huge brightly lit Marquee signboard!!

The place is done up in different tones of greens and greys. The huge popart on wall, the small pots of plants over the windows, the aged wooden table, chairs & benches and worn textures mixed with welded metal gives the place a very rough edged look. 

The 50+ seater restaurant follows the industrial chic norm to the T.

Their menu, however, is a cheerful mix of Chinese, Malay, Indonesian, Thai and Singaporean and street food. 

After 15+ visits and trying out almost everything from their menu, here goes the list of items we tried and loved,

Drinks:

Crushed Lime & Mint Soda : Fresh and crisp, just the way I love it. Price : 130.

Lemon Ginger Spritzerl : Perfectly fizzy and lemony. Price : 130.

Young Coconut Soda : Just as the name suggests, this one is made from tender Coconut water, tender coconut pulp and soda. One word to describe this one : Refreshing. Price : 130.

Chinese Tea : A hot pot of freshly brewed Jasmine tea. Perfect for the tea lovers or there. Price : 75.

Ice blended Milo : Milo is the Maggi of Malaysia!! Malaysians lives on and loves Milo and N&M is now here to spread that love in Chennai. The droolicious taste of Milo blended with ice cold milk, vanilla ice cream and sprinkled with generous amount of Milo.. Just plain heavenly! Price : 149.

Tom yum : We ordered this one with prawns. Lemony and perfect. Price : 159.

Black Pepper Tenderloin : Tenderloin strips stir fried with bell peppers and crushed black pepper. Cooked to perfection. Plain awesome for all the beef lover it there. Price: 309

Five Spice Crispy Corn : Corn kernels stir fried to a perfect crisp in Chinese five spice powder. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. This one was my personal favorite. Out of the 15+ times I have been to N&M, this one was ordered 12+ times 🙂 yes that’s how much I loved it. Price : 189.

Honey Chilli Lotus Stem : Lotus Stem fried to crisp and tossed in honey & red chillies​.. Addictive.

Malaysian Chicken Satay : This one needs no introduction. Tender chicken cubes marinated in a luscious mix of ground spices and garlic, grilled and secret along with a peanut sauce. Yumm!! Price : 249.

Grilled Coconut Fish : Fish fillet along with coconut milk, lime and herbs is wrapped and grilled in banana leaves. Rich in flavours and very soothing. Price : 269.

Che chow: Pan fried dumplings. I’m not a great fan of dumplings but it was enjoyed by friends who ordered it.  Price : 179.

N&M Nasi Goreng: Malaysian fried rice served with fried eggs, satay, cucumber and keropok. A Wholesome meal by itself.  I love my nasi Goreng and at N&M they lived upto my expectations. Price : 339.

Laksa Curry : Singapore katong style spicy noodle soup. We ordered this one with prawns. Price : 399.

Garlic fried rice: Rice stir fried in garlic and butter , this one spells – Comfort Food!! Price : 209.

Red Ruby : A Thai speciality, pomegranate seeds served in iced and sweetened Coconut milk. Very soothing and perfect cure for our summer heat. Price : 135.

Fried Ice Cream: Crispy coconut crust with a tiny scoop of Ice cream inside. So crunchy and creamy and lovely.. My personal favorite. Price : 155.

A meal for two can come up to 1200+

N&M is perfect in every which way. Be it ambience, location, food and pricing…. It’s my go to place.. 

Word to the wise : Book your table well in advance as the place is jam packed through out the week.

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