It has been years since I last visited Steven’s corner. Let me count back. It was during my college times, so it will be around 5 years ago was one of our favourite hang out area for me and my housemates. Decided to go back here because totally miss the ‘Burung and Cheeze nan’ after so long long time whereby how we crave for it last time was when I sleep through the mid night then woke up in the middle of the night hungry, then wake up housemate up, told him ‘kia liau!!, we go eat at Steven’s Corner’ was so in form that drove from Subang to here, then eat eat eat then go all the way back.. lol…those were the days…
I totally forgot to take the picture of the ‘Fried Burung‘. Next round maybe.
By returning here for dinner and seeing alot
of tables ordering western food which I never tried before and decided to give it a go. We ordered Chicken Chop it ended up coming Black Paper Chicken. Double confirm with that guy again, he said it is Chicken Chop..Then I am like harrr
The ‘chicken chop a.k.a black paper chicken’ is highly recommended by me. It totally taste very nice, with quite strong taste of black paper, the chips is nicely fried whereby you dip it with the gravy and put it on the bread (Self recipe combo) goes along very well. The bread was toasted with butter and nice smell and crispy if you eat it fast.
my favourite. ‘Mozarella Cheeze’
Nan. It is just like eating pizza, when you pull it, you can see the strings of the cheezee
pulling up like springs, just forgot to take the pic of it, just knowing eating it and enjoying it.
Nahh…there…youu see the cheezee…tempting and cheeze dripping.
This is what I decided to try out, ‘Nasi Goreng Kambing’. Taste like normal fried rice and the Kambing meat is so hard. It is so hard to chew and swallow. Overcooked. Have eaten much nicer Nasi Goreng Kambing.
The ‘Satay’ seems like alot of people there are ordering it. So follow the crowd. To me personally I would not recommend it. Alot of fats on the chicken satay and the mutton satay is too hard. Overcooked again. The gravy is abit watery. Do not really taste nice. Overall for this satay, 5/10.
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Food rating 6.5/10 , Good -Stamped-
– WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Restoran Komalah (Steven’s Corner)
No.18, Jalan Hujan Rahmat Dua,
OUG Jalan Kelang Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel/Fax: 603-7781 9762
Map(from their website)
check out the recent news about the owner of steven’s corner attacking an old man…
if we continue to eat there…we will only give them more money to bribe police and feed gangsters to bully others….the money they make will make malaysia more terrible and no justice!! stop eating there!! if you are not part of the solution…you are part of the problem!!!
I wouldn’t even think nor recommend anyone there since the owner bashed up and old man to bleeding point and got gangster to threatened to burn the old man’s shop. He should not be in business anymore!