Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Muhibbah Seafood.

Muhibbah Seafood is located in Kg Sg Penchala, it is a converted kampung house beside a sloped road at a cross road junction with continuous blinking amber traffic lights.

The place is spacious with a high ceiling, full blast of air from the numerous ceiling fans does not do justice to the hot mid-afternoon heat. (must be cooler in the night).

Noises and gassy smell from speeding vehicles on the LDP highway provided "ambiance" to the restaurant.

Orders were quickly taken but drinks took ages to be served.

Deep fried Siakap fish, fried noodles, fried rice, deep fried squid and prawns are seen on most tables.

Overall the food were up to our expectations, much cheaper and comparable to those famous fried noodles stalls in Imbi or Kuala Lumpur city.

Parking is OK along the road.

Udang Har Lok-fresh medium sized prawns tossed in a garlicky/shallot/chillies/oyster sauce/dark & light soy sauce-was full of flavors-Rm16/ 
Goreng Daging Halia-fried beef noodle-tender beef slices with lots of sliced ginger and spring onion and the right amount of gravy-enough for two persons-4 stars-Rm7/
Yin Yong-a huge plate of fried mixed noodles of rice vermicelli/kway teow-with eggy gravy, lots of shrimps, lean chicken breast meat and Choy Sam-one of the best that we have eaten-Rm12/

Total bill: Rm40/
Location:Lot 2851, Jalan Seri Penchala, 
Kg Sg Penchala, Kuala Lumpur.


boo_licious said...

try the deep fried sotong and the kerabu paku pakis salad, the next time you visit. Really good stuff.

Bangsar-bAbE said... that's where they relocated! Thanks for the info. Was wondering where they went. I miss the beef kuay teow...

foodbin said...

boo_licious-will try it on my next visit.
Bangsar-babE-one of the best beef kuay teow.

bicyclecrazy said...

Thanx for the good feedback!
I love the deep fried spring rolls too. we are also on facebook yea!
google muhibbah seafood

foodbin said...

bicyclecrazy-and the Thai Paku salad is best.