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[Watch] Customers Wait 6 Hours For ‘Akka’ Nasi Lemak, But It Was Sold Out

[Watch] Customers Wait 6 Hours For ‘Akka’ Nasi Lemak, But It Was Sold Out

The nasi lemak was sold out after one customer bought 50 packets.

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Queuing for good food is a common practice in Malaysia and is often seen as a sign of the food’s popularity and quality.

Malaysians are known for their love of food, and this passion extends beyond just eating to the entire dining experience, including waiting in line for their favourite dishes.

But it also means when Malaysians cannot get their favourite food, they may feel a sense of disappointment, frustration, and even anger.

Such is the case with the ‘Akka’ (sister in Tamil) nasi lemak in Seri Kembangan, which has become popular recently.

Recently, some customers vented their frustration by scolding the stall owner.

It was said that the customers had queued for six hours.

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Following the incident, the stall owner limited each customer to only five packs of nasi lemak.

It ensures that people queuing for a long time can taste their nasi lemak.

Meanwhile, netizens commented that the stall owner was very kind.

On days when there are not many customers, she often gives extra food to customers.

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Part of the reason why Malaysians are willing to queue for long periods for good food is because it is seen as a social activity.

Waiting in line allows for socialising with friends and family and bonding over the meal’s anticipation.

Additionally, queuing for good food is often seen as a way to show appreciation and respect for the hard work and dedication of the food vendors.

It is also a chance to meet new people with a similar passion for food.

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