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Khadijah’s Kitchen Serve Authentic Malay Food @ Petaling Jaya

by Taufulou

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We start off with drinks and we were quite impress with the range of the drinks, Apple Calamansi something sour, a bit sweet but definitely refreshing for a hot day.

Coconut Jelly, its refreshing but something unique as every sip I sip in, there is soft chunks of jelly being suck in too, soft and aromatic yet it’s the young coconut and you can just imagine the taste, I do not mind to have 3-5 of it.

Lychee blended might sound quite normal but it turns out to be good and refreshing. Smooth crush ice yet which is not too sweet which is very suitable for our warm environment.

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Tauhu Telur is one of her shop signature or one of the best selling turns out that we did order the right choice. Deep fried a bit till the outer layer of egg a bit crisp yet inside is very soft as the taufu and egg white mix very well. The secret of it is to dip with the spicy sweet sauce that came along, that enhance the taste of it. It is best to eat while its hot. We ended up having 2 of this.

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Something to much while waiting for main course to served, can start off with Cucur Udang Cemap Rasa, deep fried till its crispy on the outer layer, a bit spongy inside and dip it with the chili sauce is just good.

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Cucur Ikan Bilis is fried thin layer with more crispy on both side that after putting in your mouth and bite, its like bitting the crispy fried chicken skin.

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Briak is definitely highly recommended by me, that it is filled with generous tuna, egg, cheese, finely chopped onions wrap with her own made super thin popiah skin then deep fried. The cheese then melted inside that blend very well with tuna and the rest of the ingredient without overpowering it. I just lovin it~

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Something that not many people would love the taste, Tempoyak Udang which is made from fermented durian, that is cook in this aromatic curry with a strong hint of spices to mild the flavour of fermented durian turns out to be good. I just keep adding it onto my rice with the prawns as the rest could not really accept the taste.

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 Bayam Foo Chuk which is similiar to our chinese soup, a clear soup that cook along with anchovies to extract the saltiness of it to blend well with the vegetable to cook till soft.

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Love your food to be salty and spicy? Kerabu Kacang Bofor Telur Masin is the one you are looking for, challenge it as it is mix with chopped chilli padi, mix it with mash salty egg and peanuts in it, 2 mouth of it I am done.

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Daging Salai with its curry base a bit more towards mild ginger taste that cook along with sliced beef.

Kailan Ikan Masin is cooked mild that most of the dish are in curry as to accompany it.

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Ikan Bawal Panggang Kuali with the fish being pan fried first then cook along with the mild curry to eat along with the rice which is a perfect combination.

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Durian desert which is a recommendation from me, with its strong durian taste and get to taste slices of durian meat in it, is one of the best selling desert in the shop.

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Black Glutinous Desert

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Bubur Cha Cha

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This is Khadijah Ibrahim, very warm and humble lady that tell us all her story during our dining which is a good experience to me, that I get to know another local celebrity. 🙂

I cannot deny that so far for Malay food, this is no doubt one of the best to be added into my recommendation list, with its quality and pricing. The food cost from RM5-RM20 depends on portion which is quite cheap I would say, total bill for 6 of us came up to RM 120.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8.5/10, Nice local malay food~ -Stamped- Recommended~

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Khadijah’s Kitchen
21 Jalan 1 1/2, Jalan Bukit,
46200, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Tel: 03-7960 1079
H/P: 016 – 233 8888

Operating Hours: 12noon – 11pm
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6 comments

mimid3vils 08/10/2010 - 11:21 am

Oh, Malay cook fu chuk also?

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Caroline 08/10/2010 - 1:10 pm

omg! i love the desert part very much!! 😀

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CT ISMAIL 22/09/2012 - 6:09 pm

SALAM JAH MASIH KE REMEMBER CT UR VERY CLOSE FRIEND FROM PENANG MOTEL SRI PANTAI,TANJONG TOKONG,SEDANG MENCARI JAH FOR SO LONG TIME AGO .PLS CONTACT ME AT 0174369443.HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON .FYI,IM GOING TO DRIVE DOWN TO SEREMBAN ON 28/9/12 AND WILL BE THERE TILL 30/9/12.HOPEFULLY WE COULD MEET WHILE IM THERE IF U DONT MIND.THANKS N REGARDS.LOVE TO BE AT UR RESTAURANT N HV UR SPECIAL FRIED MEEHOON LIKE U USE TO COOK FOR ME AT THE MOTEL BEFORE

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Jumat Yatim 26/02/2013 - 12:43 pm

Please send us your quotation and Menu as per your recommendation. and could your Restaurant accommodate about 80 people, I plan to bring about 2 Buses from Singapore

Appreciate it for your prompt reply

Best Regards
Jumat Yatim
From Dover Road Community Centre and Telok Blangah Community Centre.

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admin 26/02/2013 - 1:46 pm

Dear Jumat,

please call the restaurant direct as I am not the restaurant owner.

thank you

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Rosalind Phang 10/07/2014 - 11:08 am

Hi

My son is getting married in Dec 2014. I am looking for a malay caterer because we are inviting malay guests. It is to be held in a church. Can I have the menu and the charges.

Thank you

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