If not for this nasi kerabu, there would be no Kesom

Nasi Kerabu at Kesom. Photo: The Star/Raymond Ooi

It took just one helping of Susan Lim’s nasi kerabu to convince Edana Parina that she must open a restaurant specialising in Kelantanese delights.

The idea came after Lim, who worked as a manager at one of Parina’s fashion retail stores, returned to work after a Chinese New Year break and brought homemade nasi kerabu.

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