Lezat is a Malaysia and Indonesia fusion restaurant located within Rostrata Centre along Rostrata Avenue in Willetton. It came highly recommended from my mum’s friend who lives around the area! Onto the foodie list it goes. When my mum and I were in Willetton one weekend, we took the opportunity to visit Lezat for dinner!
The restaurant setup is simple, almost bare and quite small in size, but I was there just for the food so I can’t complain too much in this area. We arrived early on a Saturday night and it was still quiet. It became much busier when we left.
The menu consists of a variety of noodles and rice dishes, hawkers style, along with a few great entree choices. Part of the menu shown below.
My mum ordered the Nasi Lemak ($9.90) while I finally decided on the Hokkien Mee ($9.90) after umm-ing and aah-ing for quite some time. There are a few dishes such as the Snapper fish fillet noodle soup and the Loh Mee that I wanted to try! It was so hard to choose!
The Hokkien Mee arrived and I was in love! Cooked traditional Penang style, egg noodles with a dark fragrant sauce and lots of fried pork fat! I had to refrain myself from eating too much of the pork fat! There is also the ‘wok hei’ taste which authenticated this dish! Yum!
Lezat was a greaty discovery, hawkers food at very reasonable prices. Thanks for the recommendation Aunty E!