I knew about Planet Sambal months ago even before it’s opened for business but never got the chance to try out the place. Finally managed to try the place out. This place is halal, almost all of its customers were Muslims. The business was so good last Friday night, people come and go non stop! Crazily packed!
Left: Mango juice(RM2.50) and Cafe Mocha(RM2.80). I have no idea which brand of mango juice they were using, I didn’t like it, tasted so weird, didn’t feel like drinking mango juice at all. Mind you, it’s not fresh mango juice.
Right: I had my dinner already, not much snacks to order so I ordered fries(RM3). At least the fries were not bad, not oily and soggy.
Left: Mee Mamak(RM4.50), too sticky for our liking.
Right: Nasi Lemak Ayam Penyet(RM7), not sure how it tasted though but many people ordered it. This is available 24 hours. Planet Sambal is operating 24 hours a day.
Left: Wing Goreng aka fried chicken wing, 4 pieces for RM10. Very salty -.-”
Right: Telur Dadar aka omelette(RM2), according to the person that had it, it’s not good.
Hmmm… I guess the food there were not of our taste.