Thursday, May 13, 2010

Kedai Makanan Tai Heng.

Saturday lunch with my buddies we went to Kedai Makanan Tai Heng located in Taman Maluri, Cheras,

This area is notorious for it's double parking and finding a parking lot is a real hassle!

tagline "Exquisite Chinese cuisine in one roof" as advertised on a giant billboard near the Cheras Badminton Stadium is eye catching.

The place is clean with a huge poster of their signature dishes on one side of the wall.

We ordered their signature roast goose which was quite pricey.

Clean and fuss free place.

Accompaniment for the food.

Dried vegetable soup-complimentary.

Roast Goose 1/4-very generously sized-meaty, moist with distinct flavor-would have taste better if the goose was fresh- Rm40/

Smokey Brisket-3 layer pork belly-crispy crust but with more fats than lean meat-Rm12/

Bean Curd with confit of shallots and garnished with spring onion and coriander-the cold, white Bean curd was silky smooth-Rm5/

Sauteed Yau Mak (lettuce)-quite oily-Rm8/

Total bill:Rm72/
Location: 34, Jalan Jejaka 9,
Taman Maluri, Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur.


Duckie said...

wow really quite pricey le ..

thule a.k.a leo said...

I agree with you that parking in Maluri Cheras can be a daunting task sometimes, especially during working days. how i know? I had been working for a few months in this area before..

smallkucing said...

The Roast goose looks delicious. Better than the Pudu?

reanaclaire said...

the goose dish made me drool... never had goose since in HK a couple of years ago..

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Little Inbox said...

Err?? The most expensive goose didn't turn up well?

foodbin said...

Duckie-the roast goose is pricey.
thule a.k.a leo-it's a hell hole.
smallkucing-about the same.
reanaclaire-HK goose are better.
LInbox-it would taste better if it was not the frozen ones.