In today’s trend where nice dining ambiance means expensive food prices, Daiki Cafe certainly came as a surprise. Not only the food were great, the cafe was nicely done up to provide a comfortable eating experience. And to top it up, the food prices were very reasonable which makes Daiki Cafe a worthwhile place to go.
The Nasi Lemak (RM 8.60) is definitely on the recommended list. Although it was not as good as Village Park, the taste does warrant two thumbs up. The rice were rich with ‘santan’ fragrant while the deep fried chicken has it own distinctive taste.
Sambal, ‘ikan bilis’, boiled egg all adds up to the delicious plate of Nasi Lemak!
It is so difficult to find good half boiled egg around. Most of them are either too ‘watery’ while some are overly cooked. The ones at Daiki Cafe (RM 2.00) were excellent. The eggs came perfectly half boiled!
I came to this place twice and I can vouch that it was no mere chance that I had great half boiled eggs twice.
For those who are rather health conscious, it is interesting to note that Daiki Cafe uses Omega + eggs.
I also love the Jawa Mee (RM 5.90). It was actually recommenced by a colleague of mine when I first ate at this place.
Ever since that visit, I fondly remember the taste of the noodles.
The gravy managed to hit the right note in terms of its spiciness. Really appetizing stuff.
If you are looking for good food with great prices, then Daiki Cafe would fit the bill nicely. A word of caution though. Although parking was a breeze during weekends although it can be quite hard to find a place to park during weekdays.
Daiki Cafe (Opposite Subang Avenue)
No. 143, Jalan SS 15/5A
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan