I came across this dish called Nasi Lemak at every possible opportunity. You find it on the road side and you find it in a 5 Star hotel. You can eat it for Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Mid Meal or otherwise. You can have a basic version and you can have various condiments to go along with it. It is a poor man’s food and it is rich man’s food too.
He invited me to Dakshin, a South Indian restaurant in the hotel, where he has curated a “Chef’s Special” menu of Telangana cuisine as part of an ongoing festival. I had to and ,now I feel, I would have regretted if I missed that evening. It was a South Indian rare treat which is a story of symphony of flavours.