Passionate about Malaysian Food and its Culture, MFC was previously known as Nasi Lemak by LéMak operating in Lowyat Plaza before shifting to a bigger outlet at Berjaya Times Square with their current name.
To recreate the scene of multiracial eating culture with a modern honest-to-goodness concept, we set up several types of zoning to cater different seating needs such as the bench seats, high and low bar seating, big table seating and casual seating. Inner seating area which is able to accommodate up to 70 pax of guests can be reserved for events and parties while remaining the front zone for other customers. A nasi kandar (mixed rice) stall with roof awning at the centre highlight of the restaurant also acts as the cashier counter in front of the kitchen to ensure smooth operation flow. Reminiscence of the owner’s childhood culture is reflected in the use of Chinese umbrella pendants, old school straw hat pendants, blue and white ceramic bowl wall lamps, bulb lights, cement rendered walls and bringing in the natural light through glass walls.
Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur