Sunday, September 29, 2013

Roast Chicken & Char Siew@Restoran Choon Yien.

This roast chicken and char siew stall is located in my neighborhood.

If you want a quick meal during your lunch break, this is the place
to patronize.

I was surprised that I did not blog about it.

The nice thing about the roast farmed chicken is that it is served piping hot.
The best seller is their caramelized BBQ pork (be early if you want a piece of
this porcine goodness)
The sweet, sourish Chinese mustard green is nothing to shout about !
Soup of the day is free.

Prices are steep, compared to others.

Parking is bearable.

Roast Chicken served on top of blanched beansprout.

Char siew-well caramelized with some fats.

Total bill:Rm30/
Location: CG-1, Happy Mansion Apartments
Jalan 17/13,Section 17, Petaling Jaya
11 am to 1 pm

Monday, September 23, 2013

Bak Kut Teh@Restoran Kim Tek.

Restoran Kim Tek, bring back memories for me.

Thirty plus years ago when they were located along the Sg Buluh-Subang
 main road, I was one of their regular customer.

I will have a bowl of dark, robust herbal flavored "sai kuat" (small bone-shaped like a chicken thigh) BKT with a hot pot of Puer tea, before heading to my pig's farm in Sg Buluh New Village.

The boss's brother (found out that he passed away) was a friend of mine.

At this location in Kepong Indah - business is brisk and the BKT taste is still intact.

We ordered a clay pot of sai kuat, trotter, intestine, stomach with fresh lettuce
served piping hot- a bowl of braised chicken feet and a plate of alkaline rice cake
to go with the Bak Kut Teh.

Parking is bearable.

A clay pot Bak Kut Teh- full of porcine joy.
Braised chicken feet.

Alkaline rice cake.

Location: 26, Jalan 3/1A, Kepong Indah, 
Kepong, Kuala Lumpur,

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan Tiga @SeaPark.

My mum likes curry fish head with lots of mixed vegetables.
 A must order to eat for her, in any restaurant.

Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan Tiga is located at the former Restoran Thong Kee,
a stone throway from the Paramount LRT Station.

With a huge red enticing bunting of some of their signature dishes-it sure
draws in the crowds.

Opened a week ago, as some of the garlands of flowers are still intact.

We ordered a standard size claypot of curry Grouper fish head with ladyfinger,
brinjal, long bean, Chinese round cabbage and tofu puffs-the curry is fragrant, 
creamy and not too spicy-this pot can easily feed five person.

And a plate of steamed thickly sliced pork belly with salted fish to complement 
both the curry and rice.

It is reasonably priced and portion are big.

Parking is OK.

Curry Grouper fish head served in a hot clay pot-Rm35/

Steamed sliced 3 layers pork belly with salted fish-Rm16/

Total bill:Rm60/
Location:33, Jalan21/1,
SeaPark, Petaling Jaya.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Penang Road Famous TeoChew Chendul@Paradigm Mall.

I really missed their chendul.

Those sold alongside Pasembur /Indian rojak mobile stall  in the city,
just can't compare with them.

Now, it is available @Paradigm Mall at RM4.90/bowl.

It also comes with various toppings like durian, chempedak, ice cream..etc at
extra cost.

I ordered the original version with very finely shaved ice and if you want more brown
sugar-a bottle of it is placed on every table. 

Penang delicacy like Assam Laksa, Curry Laksa, Rojak, Popiah...etc is also available

The authenticity of the food is very close to what i had in Penang.


Assam Laksa -comparable to those in Penang-Rm7.90

Location: fronting Tesco@Paradigm Mall,
Kelana, Jaya, Petaling Jaya.