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It has been a long long time since I last came back here and hunt for Chuan Chiew Bak Kut Teh in this area. Used to be one of my hang out spots when I was studying, till I have a few disappointed bak kut teh hunting around my housing area till have to come back here for a decent one.

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SS14 is already quite well know with a street filled with Bak Kut Teh with many offerings. Every shop have their very own customer base and down till which stall you prefer. As too many years back and little did I remember which one was the best and start off with 2nd outlet on the street which is Chuan Chiew.

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Early dinner it is as the uncle already busy preparing all his ingredient and cutting it off for waiting customer.

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To dine Bak Kut Teh of course the ambiance must be in Kopitiam Style ..

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2 types of soup base, one which is all the ingredient being boil along and another one is to mix it around.

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After mixture or order, and putting it into claypot, its left on this stove to boil till pippin hot.

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I quite like the Dry Bak Kut Teh here as its cook along with dry shrimp, taste of squid that make the slight saltiness and thick soy sauce to make it thick, along with chili padi to make it slightly spicy. Just perfect.

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My pippin hot claypot bak kut teh ..

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I have a mixture of meat, variety of parts, meat is not too tough yet cook till soft as i prefer. The sad part is always remember to order your needle mushroom to be separated if not the taste of it will over power the taste of the soup. As I order another portion without it. Soup base here is mild not so herbal which most of the locals prefer. Soup definitely can be refillable. I prefer mine to be strong in herbal taste but this is good enough to satisfy.

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Overall came up to RM61.20 for soup with portion of 4 and dry bak kut teh with 2 portion and 3 of us just whack it.

 *Non- HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, not bad lah.. ~ -Stamped-

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

All pictures and video taken with Samsung NX 210

Location:

Restoran Chuan Chiew Bak Kut Teh
18, Jalan 14/2
Subang Jaya
47500, Petaling Jaya
Selangor
Tel: 03 – 5633 0629
Business hours: 8am -10pm daily, Closed on Tuesday.

[Update: 1/5/2016 – now have move to SS2)

Damansara Uptown is famous for a eatery place whereby we can hunt a few nice place to eat with a great mix. One of the latest addition outlet to the area is this Private Kitchen that I have been told that they started off with small little privite dining and its popularity had grown then they have to operate into a shop. Hence Private Kitchen was the name and now is available in bigger space  with both ground floor and first floor (more for private functions or family gathering).

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I have travel to Hong Kong a few times and yet find something similar here. Hong Kong food is definately must not miss. Well this new discovery,Private Kitchen is no ordinary shop like those restaurant in shopping mall as they are offering more authentic home cook Hong Kong Cuisine. The man behind the master creation is Chef Lam with experience of more than 20 years on him. Being in Malaysia for less than 18 months, he had creatively come out with many unique dish to impress.

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A cosy dining area with wooden chairs with many pictures that resemble on Hong Kong that certainly makes you think you are in Hong Kong Restaurant.

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Chicken wings are well deep fried to golden brown, crisps on all edges, with mild spicy and salty at the end. A great way to start off our dinner.

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Follow by this delicious Smoke Duck with Mango. Juicy and chewy slice of smoke duck which is aromatic and blend well with light sour sweet mango, perfect! – recommended

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I love my meal to start off with soup, and this double boil soup.

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Is just a great way to make our stomach warm. Boil along with pumpkin, pork and some other ingredient makes the soup sweet enough just as I like or its just me that love soup, any kind of soup is tasty to me. 🙂

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As we all had the introduction of the meal, then we head to the next meal section which is their set lunch menu that I am totally jealous with most of the office worker working around the area. Set lunch start off with as low as RM 7.90 and below are some of the items can be found.

Hong Kong style steamed chicken in sand ginger powder noodle soup @ RM 9.50

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Finely chop ginger slices is one of the extra condiments that you must not miss out to pair with the chicken. I finish it and asked for another additional. Not too spicy ginger taste which had tone down and suits many people I think. Well, if you are not a ginger person its worth for you to give it a try.

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This is no ordinary steam white chicken. Been perfectly marinated and bath with ginger serve along with hot soup noodle is one of the way to satisfy your lunch. Soft tender chicken meat, with slightly fragrant sauce that blends well with the noodle soup. If I drink the sauce it will be too salty as it is not meant to drink that way. I pour the gravy into the soup it made it extra flavorful.

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 noodle in the soup to pair with the chicken

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Noodles with mince meat & fried egg in tomato soup @ RM 7.50

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This is no ordinary instant noodle. Well, I often got scolded for ordering instant noodle at restaurant because of the pricing and its easy to cook. Sometimes I just crave for it and cant help it. This here is a must try. It look pretty ordinary or simple yet the hidden ingredient why I love it so much is they cook their own soup base with tomato and pork that makes it sweet enough (something like ‘Loh Shun Tong’) filled with mince meat and a simple sunny side up. Love the soup as its slightly sour tomato base and we just finish it within seconds as the instant noodle cook to springy. – highly recommended

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If you love to have some pork, then you can opt for this Typhoon shelter noodles with Pork Chop in Chili and Garlic Soup @ RM 15

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Comes with deep fried pork as the side dish and noodle, perfect for raining weather at this moment.

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Stir Fried Pork Ribs with Rice @ RM 12.90

Sweet and soup pork ribs might looks ordinary, but this is a well balance taste, mild sweet and more pineapple sour taste as they cook along where you can buy chunks of pinapple. Deep fried pork are in cubes and soft that pairs well with the rice.

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Fried Rice Portuguese Style with braised pork belly & Seafood @ RM 16 is filled with wok hei and too bad that they don have sambal or chili oil to pair with. If not it would make it more outstanding.

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Private Kitchen Stir Fried Prime Beef Fillet with Strawberry Pepper Sauce @ RM28 

Now lets head to more of its ala-carte menu. Begins with this is pretty unique dish with me, as strawberry is being used to cook along in this dish.Cook till the gravy is well coated onto the beef, tender soft and juicy with mild pepper spicy after taste makes it a great dish for me.

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Something creamy and palatable then go for this one of my favorite for the night, Deep Fried Pork Ribs with Special Salad Sauce @ RM32. Me and Ken just enjoying this dish by just munching it half a plate with it well coated salad sauce, sweet and slightly creamy that make it appetizing.

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Creating your taste bud dancing, Stir Fried Squids with vermicelli   in Special Chili Sauce is next to hunt for. YOu have to eat it pretty fast and if not, the vermicelli will soak the soup pretty instantly. Soup taste of it is pretty amazing lime, sour spicy and squid is just fresh, chewy bouncy as I like. RM 28

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oh oh, this dish is pretty Hong Kong style as Portuguese Style Baked Chicken Chop @ RM 18. Slightly can taste on powdery ginger curry taste which definitely relates back to HOng Kong dish as the chef hvae slightly change the ingredient as he mention the ingredient here is pretty good and the base of it is potato is amazing. -Recommended when you have your rice.

Some of you might find the curry slightly powdery but that is what Hong Kong curry taste like. 😉

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I know I am being called taufulou, yet this is another amazing by the chef. Crispy fried Tofu with Salt & Pepper @ RM 16

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The chef have made the toufu so delicately soft that nearly melts on your tongue  with crispy base outside with light after taste of pepper and the bite of it taste as soft as taufufa. Is the chef special mixture to make it outstanding. If you have beer on your side, this would be the best option!

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another dish that was gone within seconds as the aroma of the spicy garlic trail on our nose that make it so tempting. Private Kitchen Typhoon Shelter Prawns with Chili & Garlic @ seasonal price. Huge succulent prawn being deep fried along with chili and garlic make this dish simple and nice.

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Any vegetable with pork, I am up for it. Private Kitchen Sautéed Chinese Chives with Dried Shrimp and Shredded Dried Cuttlefish @ RM18 is a well balance vegetable that comes with me, and the best part is the small little salted fish is crispy and the saltiness that bite after it with the vegie and pork.. ooo so hard to resit!

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End with this healthy herbal jelly. Not many people will like it but its something unique to end off with. I am okay with it and I believe my parents would love it.

I must say, this is one of the most impressive Hong Kong Restaurant that I have come accross and you do not know where to dine, this is one of a highly recommended restaurant in my list for Hong Kong Cuisine. 

*NON-Halal

all pictures are taken by Samsung NX210

Location:
Private Kitchen Hong Kong Cuisine
103 Jalan SS21/37
Damansara Utama (Uptown)
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(same stretch as HSBC or nearby Ryokan Hostel)

GPS: 3.13451, 101.62378

Tel: 03-7728 8399
Hours: 11:30 am – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10 pm, closed on Monday

 

 

Laksa Beras? or translate it into Rice Laksa? Doesnt sound right . .:D Anyway, as my understanding is that Laksa Beras is made of rice flour in a certain mold and comes out with this silky smooth laksa noodle. Every chef have their own secret recepi to make it better when the noodle boil in the hot water it doesnt break.

So my friend decided to bring me to one of her favourite malay laksa stall over the past weekend that its called Laksa Beras. They have been a regular customer since when she was a kid. This hidden  stall started off with family business and as it gains its popularity around the area, many stalls had open up as most of the stalls along the road or around the area are related to them as in either relatives or cousins. I think there would be handfull more than 5-8 stalls along the road.

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To reach here, along the road heading off from Bukit Mertajam, Penang to this road, spot for a Police station on your right and head straight then next is to spot on this few buildings that I have taken with blue roof top which is very obvious that is hard to be miss.

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The stall is located next to the blue roof top building . . . I would say the stall is pretty hidden and you can drive pass by without realizing it as right infront it would be a small curving road.

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A business operated from their parents and now taking over by their kids is one of the popular stalls among the neighborhood in the area.

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What is the difference between Laksa Beras and Penang Asam Laksa as the ingredient cook in it is similiar but taste came out is quite different.

Penang Asam Laksa you can taste sourness and especially there are people who love to put alot of shrimp paste (heh koh) in it, spicy at the end and turns out to be many people’s Favourite.

Laksa Beras or I called it Malay Laksa is another version of laksa I love to eat especially during Pasar Ramadan month. The soup base is a bit clear, sour bitter at the end, and the fish they had it slice or mince it and cook.

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Price is pretty cheap as SPecial for RM 3 and Normal for RM1.80. Its hard to find a portion like that in that kind of pricing.

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As mention by my friend, she help me order Special which is their signature.

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This is the plate of Laksa Beras Special @ RM 3

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One thing I agree with my friend is the texture of the Laksa Beras noodle is super smooth and hardly come across this kind of texture and according to her it is made fresh by the family itself. In the special it comes with cucur udang and dip for a while and eat it is pretty good.

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Soup base is a bit clear or mild in taste as this is what the family recepi is, a bit sour bitter at the end, and the soup can just drink a lot. I did not finish my noodle as this is the 3rd stop for the morning itself. So its pretty much and one thing I did is I finish the soup. which is something different.

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This place if you ask me to go again, I will be a bit lost and they do not have the exact location as they told me to watch out for landmark only as insert in my post. Happy hunting to this Laksa Beras Place as I would rate it nice malay Laksa. It is advise to go early as at times the finish out early.

Its one of the road heading off from Bukit Mertajam to lead here.

*Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, pretty good, worth a try ~-Stamped-

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

Location:
Laksa Beras
Jalan Kumbang Semang,
Kubang Semang,
Penang.

Tel: 019-521 3452

Operating Hours: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Closed on Friday

Some of us would have dinner outside almost everyday. Sometimes, we are just lost in hunting for what to eat on next meal. There is one outlet that newly operated in Sunway Pyramid new wing that sit directly across Starbucks is this famous restaurant chain from Singapore, Paradise Inn. Yes correct! I think you have the same thought as me when I was like huh? A restaurant not a hotel? Well, the word Inn definitely mislead many of us yet it is confirm that its not a hotel and it is actually a restaurant.

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The restaurant is decorated back into the olden days with contemporary look as you can see at the main entrance is like back to the 70’s style design high class restaurant at that time.

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Paradise Inn is one of a well know restaurant chain in Singapore that they provide good home cook style food at a very reasonable price.

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The food in the menu looks very tempting, everything in it looks good~

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One of their signature is their double boil soup that I can see nearly all tables have this classic pot sitting at their table.

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I love the drinks that they are offering with a very light hint combination of the flavours and my fav is the one in the middle, which is one of the best seller (I suddenly forgot the name) then follow by Lavender Tea filled with some natural herbs and flowers like chrysanthemum too.

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Traditional double boil soup – Clam with pork ribsRM39.90/pot

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since every one order this, we were serve along to try it out along. This pot is enough to feed for 2-4 pax.

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Very clear in taste yet boil till the soup is aromatic, something that I have miss for quite some time and now I know where to hunt for nice double boil soup that is added into my list.

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Crisp-fried Crystal Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk one of the must order item. A prawn that had peel all the skins out and cook along that the whole prawn meat chew in your mouth blends with aromatic fried salted egg along just burst in flavour in your mouth. I always prefer to have prawns that already peel off its shell so can get the full taste of it. @ RM 29.90

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Crispy fried Fish With Preserved Bean Paste (Nam Yue) – Dory Fish fillet battered with preserved bean paste that fried till crisp on all side.

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Sliced Tea Smoke Duck is something for you to go for a start and chew, well marinated and finely cut slice is just enough to keep you going. @ RM 12.90

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Another one of my favourite which is Crisp-fried Crystal Prawns in Wasabi Mayo Sauce. Sauce is not too watery that is just at the right texture to coat along with the prawns and at the end of the taste a hint of spiciness that just burns your nose a bit.  @ RM 29.90

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Seafood Supreme Fried Rice is cook with ‘wok hei’ till its a bit dry and best part is you wont see a fried rice that cook along with Ebiko. Its unique. @ RM19.90

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This is one of my all time favourite, that I had this so often when I was in Melbourne and came back not many people can cook this well. Certainly Poached Chinese Spinach with Egg Trio and Minced Pork in Superior Stock is one of the recommended dish also that cook along with 3 types of eggs (Century egg, salted egg and normal egg) and mince meat. @ RM16

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The melt-in-your-mouth meat dishes, the Stewed Pork Belly Served with Lotus Bun

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It would be best to order along this Fluffy lotus bun as it is made fresh upon order.

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This is how you eat the stew pork with the bun, its one of the way and if you prefer to eat it without the bun also would be a perfect pair with your rice, because of its great sauce.

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I never like eggplant before because of its soft moist texture and after I have try good food when I was in Hong Kong i fall in love with this dish. Stewed Eggplant with Minced Pork and Salted Fish in Claypot that will pair along very well with your rice as the taste of it just absorbs. @ RM16

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One of a unique dish for the day is Coffee Pork Ribs, its a bit bitter at the end taste as that’s the result of coffee flavor. Very well prepared as the coffee taste do not over power their sauce that cook along. @ RM 19.90

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Crisp-fried Shrimp Paste Chicken crisp from inside out. @ RM18

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Braised Vermicelli with Pork Trotters is something that I used cook often when I am at oversea and now they have it here too. Its not too salty as it looks and the taste of pork trotters is in it without the vermicelli fried too dry. @ RM19.90

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Braised Tofu with Crystal Prawns @ RM25

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At the end of the dinner, how can we not have desert when I scroll thru their desert page I am tempted to order all to try. So I guess my wish was granted and we have all it here. Corn and Barley, Mango Desert and Chilled Lemongrass Jelly with Lemonade 

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Mango Pudding, Black Sesame Paste and Almond 

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Double-boiled Hasma with Red Dates and Longan and Black Glutinous with tong yuen.

At the end of the meal, I was so full and satisfied, as rarely a Chinese restaurant that would serve quite a good range of food and taste is control best of all the price is very reasonable.. Definately I am looking foward to come back and dine here.

One of a recommended Restaurant!~

Location:
Paradise Inn OB3,
Lower Ground 1.7 & 1.8
Sunway Pyramid (opp Starbucks new wing)

Make reservations: +603-5637 8822 .

On or last trip on our enjoyment stay at Philea Resort & Spa for the night, then me, Ken, Jason(Our Melaka  Food Guy) that bring us for a food hunting during the stay introducing the very local delight the non-tourist spot. One of his favourite restaurant he rate the best for him which is Restaurant Chuen How served the best Char Siew or know as Best BBQ Pork in Melaka. Restaurant Chuen How

Seriously, if you ask me how to come here, I am sure I will be lost as pusing here and there to come to this coffee shop as it feels that it quite out from the city center. This shop is famous among its neighbourhood. . .

Look at the long queue, and we were far behind. This shop actually served economy rice, with its signature many people come here to take away the BBQ.

Prices and dishes all are written in chinese and I do not know what it crap about . . .

In our mind, usually BBQ Pork comes in a long strips and this version of BBQ Pork is totally different which is prepared in a very short and thin strips, then you can choose what kind of meat you want, by the look of it I was already swallowing my saliva and just cant wait to bite one strip!

 

Besides BBQ Pork, many people also order Roast Pork and also order his side dish to be added on for rice for dinner.

Economy rice section for you to choose from . .

Very plain style of kopitiam seating as you don see many dine in, most of them came here to take away . . .At first we are here just to test the BBQ Pork only, after heavy influence of Jason, all of us ended up order many dishes and ended up eating rice also . .

Potato in soy sauce I would say, boil till soft and fried along with pork that makes it nice to go along with rice.

The ‘Asam Gulai Fish’ is one of the dish that must take, with its taste of sour, spicy which is at the right level and we just drink it like soup. Recommended~

Roast Pork is nothing much to shout about and I would say it’s above average.

Super star of the dish, which is the BBQ Pork, as this version is not those version that going to melt in your mouth, and I like this BBQ Pork very much too, as I got to know that it marinate overnight with various herbs and spices then head to chargrill spread with honey to give its sweetness, roast till the edge is burn and crispy. With its super thin slices, and thin fats in between layers, soft meat and aromatic caramelize by it,  once start eating, you will never stop, ! One great BBQ Pork to go after! Highly Recommended!

I am surely going to be back again if I head back to Melaka. Please be there early as usually the Char Siew is sold out after 7.30pm. Average a BBQ Pork Rice starts around RM4 . .

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 10/10, si pek recommended the bbq pork~ ~-Stamped-

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

*NON-Halal

Location:
this is what I got ..

It’s not in the town center but rather outside the town. Find your way to Siemens or National Semiconductor and you are on the right route to the shop. After passing by Siemens or National Semiconductor, drive straight until you see a big T-junction and a Perodua center (corner lot) at one corner. Turn towards the Perodua center and go straight until you see Chuen How Restaurant on your left.

Again, I have visited some where ulu (suburb) again, Kota Damansara 2. To me its kinda far from KL all the way there but if you mention about the food quality, its worth everything. In that urban ulu place and if you are looking for a home cook with solid aromatic taste, this is the shop you must hunt for, Mum’s Seafood Noodle House.

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Located in the heart of this urban ulu area which is a few doors away from this very famous The Wok restaurant.

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Its brand new in this area with just operating a few months old and not many people know about this great place.

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Offering alot of local delights.

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Let’s kick off with our very first meal of the night ‘Mum’s Fish Head Bee Hoon’ RM 7.80 and if you are looking for something light and flavorful, go for this, salty with the salty veggie and sour yet cook with milk till boil temperature is something to look for.

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‘Nyonya Chicken’ had been stir fried till the curry is a bit dry to ensure the flavor all soak into the soft tender chicken meat and to eat it along with rice, I can just enjoy this dish with a bowl of plain rice. RM12.80

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‘Mum’s Noodle Seafood Prawn Soup’ filled with big prawns, lala, squid and bamboo clamps and they are quite big in size and with the price charge on it, RM13.80, no complain at all.

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‘Ju Hu Char’ had been fried till very aromatic sweet with the meng kuang juice ooze out and blend well with the Ju Hu and it’s a bit sweet salty in taste that wrap with the veggie is taste so good. All of us keep taking big portion of it. RM10.80 – recommended

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I am a fan of squid especially when it is stuff with homemade ingredient like this ‘Stuff Squid with Prawns’ is very chewy on the meat, aromatic steam taste of the prawn when its stuff in there, end with their special salty sauce pour upon is given thumbs up by us. RM18.80

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This is how the fresh pranw ingredient are stuff in it, with the sauce to eat along with rice, yumm~

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I have eaten loh bak in KL a lot but to get the exact feel, its hard to find not until the very first discovery ends here for this time, with the price of RM8.80 (2 rolls) is all worth the price. Solid meat strip ingredient instead of mince meat, is to ensure when you bite it, you can enjoy the solid and aromatic of the meat instead of the mince when you put into your mouth all spread over. I would say one of the best ‘Loh Bak’ I have eaten so far in KL.

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‘Stir Fried Fish Head in Salted Egg Yolk’ RM16.80 is a highly recommended dish by me. Deep fried of the crispiness of the edge of the fish head yet been fried again in the wok with salty egg yolk and stick on all with the meat, very flavorful on the saltiness of the yolk and a bit of buttery taste, just perfect. Had 2 rounds of this as it was finish by us before others had a chance. Kekeke

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‘Stir Friend Prawn with Golden Garlic’ as the prawn is deep fried and then end with crispy deep fried garlic on top of the prawn with curry leaves is very savory. Sold prawn meant shows the sign of fresh prawn used and with the size like that, its satisfying.

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We were next hit by the look of something salty but then when it was put into our mouth, the spiciness had spread its power to entice on our taste bud yet the gravy to eat with rice, we can just walap it. ‘Bamboo Shell with Soy Sauce’ RM16.80

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When this was served, we were like, fuiyoh! So big..and very worry that…sei loh..how to finish so big, when the fan blow its aroma to us, we retune our worry and took the picture immediately as cant wait to taste it. After tasting it, thumbs up. Sweet mild yet spicy flavor is there, and I ended up keep taking a spoonful of curry and drink it like soup, eat along the white veggie. ‘Curry Fish Head’ *Market Price

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I do not like to eat Petai but this had change my taste wise on it. ‘Fried Prawns with Petai’ as the sambal fried on it, had make the petai taste very mild yet with come dry shrimp make it a bit salty and solid fresh prawns make it tasty. Something I enjoy too.

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‘Kam Hiong Fried Clamps’ is not bad too, with the amount cook in it, no complain.

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Tadaaaaaa…..The amazing cook, that make this all wonderful dish with her very own make over recipe is this very wonderful and friendly Grandma chef (as seen on the sign board) as she is a experience home cook and the family members thought that it would be a waste if only for own family to enjoy and they have converted the mom to the head chef now. Thanks to Ken for this invites and discovery in this urban ulu area again.

We enjoy the dish a lot and personally, I prefer this over Hot Wok. More strong in taste yet the price is quite reasonable. Definately I will revisit the place. Highly Recommended by me~

Location:
Mum’s Seafood Noodle House
22G Jalan PJU 5/21,
The Strand, Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
*Non-Halal

Contact No: 016-6666650 / 016-2222250

Business Hour: Mon-Sun 11am – 10pm

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