Nasi lemak (her treat, normally $7) was centered on especially fragrant lemongrass chicken and very coconutty rice. The sambal at lower left struck me at first as a somewhat sweet onion relish, but baby anchovies became apparent soon enough; so did the sambal's customary chilis. In addition to peanuts, egg, and cucumber, homemade fish crackers came on the side, separately bagged to keep their crunch.
Also shown: Mami PG's cookies (also comped), a flowery kuih samperit, made with custard powder, and a crumbly oval kuih maakmor, made with ghee and including a small core of ground peanut.
Mami PG's Cooking
Jackson Heights, Queens; pickup available there and in midtown Manhattan