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Nasi means rice and katok literally means knock. The story of how this name came about is that people used to have to knock on the nasi seller’s doors to make an order. Gradually, the name stuck and now we have one of the most beloved dishes of the country.

Though there many variations of the dish spread throughout Brunei, the basic contents remain the same: one serving of rice, one piece of fried chicken and the best part, the sambal (dip). Ultimately, the most remarkable thing about nasi katok has always been that it’s so affordable: at only BND1 per pack!