Easy to find just look out for CIMB bank and the restaurant is next to it.
I need to taste all in one go so I ordered the platter which consist of Deep Fried Chicken, Stuffed Sotong and Sambal Udang.
Once a while it’s good to move away from the original Malay Nasi Lemak and go to the Chinese version of Nasi Lemak.
Brilliant Nasi Lemak house started in Kepong back in July 2010. Over the years, they have expanded their business to have branches in Puchong, Damansara Utama and Kota Damansara. Bukit Tinggi in Klang was opened in Oct 2015. Their nasi lemak set is their best seller with side order choice of pork rendang, chicken nyonya, stuffed squid and shrimp. Their sambal is tasty, moist, spicy and with nicely diced onions in them.
Brilliant Nasi Lemak House
20 Lorong Batu Nilam 4B,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi,
One of the few shops in Klang that is dedicated in selling Chicken Rice
Homemade fish ball
Drowning the white rice with thick black sauce is a common thing for Klangites to do when eating Chicken Rice.
Restoran Nasi Ayam Jalan Meru
239 & 241, Jalan Meru,
Taman Bunga Melur,
Bak Kut Teh with Lala
Klangites are normally for the original taste of Bak Kut Teh and to add seafood into the already famous dish by itself only a handful can appreciate it. So it’s really an acquired taste.
Butter Deep Fried Tilapia with Shredded Pickle Cucumber and Onions
Lai Sar Ng(in Hakka language) is made famous in Kajang by the Hakkas and now in Klang too. No words can describe the uniqueness of this dish but once you take a bite in your mouth you will never stop eating until all is gone. That’s how good it is!
the tbwl group
The mouth watering menu makes us want to order more dishes but for now we stuck to my 2 favorite dish seafood Kak Kut Teh and Lai Sar Ng.
Restoran TST & AT
21 & 23 Lorong Batu Nilam 21C,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2,
fried zhe huen ken
loh mee sua with oyster
This are the 2 signature dishes that we ordered Loh Mee Sua with oyster and fried Zhe Huen Ken. Both dishes were totally outstanding. Wok Hei in their food is perfect.
The have many more dishes such as the Tau Fu Kang, O-chien, Dong po pork with Mantau, Hainanese Chicken Rice Balls and much more.
Kuang Fong Restaurant
No. 211, Batu 1 1/2,
Today we met up with our former athletic coach Cikgu Amir at his home in Jalan Yadi in Klang. Siew Wen and I started training with Cikgu Amir when we were in standard 5. His dedication, training methods and discipline has taken us to compete at school level to district, state and finally to the national level(Siew Wen). Thank you coach!
We would like to wish him the best of health and more visits to come in near future.
Wanton Mee Beef Noodles.
In Chinese, “牛肉麵” literally means “beef noodles”. “牛肉麵” typically consists of either brisket or shank only, but this restaurant also have tendon or a more expensive option with both meat, tendon and stomach tribe.
Char Siew Wanton – Wanton Mee
The Restaurant owner Mr. Eric Ng(standing) 3 years my senior in La Salle School Klang with See Hock Chye and Victor Silva
Klangites may recall the Chinese Kopitiam located in the corner shop at the main street in Little India in Klang that was famous for it’s coffee and tea and also the beef noodles. It was my favorite place to savor the beef noodles as not many places offer such noodles in Klang but unfortunately Mr. Eric Ng had to close his business as the shop owner sold the property to another person. That was many years ago and only until now when a good friend of mine mentioned about the new opening of the noodle shop by Mr. Eric Ng in a new location nearly a month ago and I immediately gathered a few good friends to eat the beef noodles. I took a spoonful of the broth and it tasted so good as before. And those who do not consume beef can opt for variations of Wanton noodles.
Guangzhou has the richest food resources in China and also the best beef stew. Mr. Eric Ng’s father brought the original recipe to Malaysia and that’s how the beef noodle came about. It takes 3 days to prepare the whole process to perfection and that’s the reason why beef noodles are only sold on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
Long Sheng Food Shop
4, Jalan Rodat 2/KU5,
Bandar Bukit Raja,
Many would have known (probably even non-Chinese) that Wantan Mee (or also known as wanton noodles) is one of the trademark dishes of the Chinese community in Malaysia and beyond. In fact, the availability of this noodles is so abundant that almost every corner in a Chinese-lived vicinity has it.
Being bred in Klang and having tried some new and old Wantan Mee stalls, I have always stayed loyal to the one and only which I think has a quality of taste standing above par.
The green pickle chilly is a must when eating wan tan mee.
But my favorite is still the broad type of wan tan mee as shown above.
Heng Kee – Wan Tan Mee
6, Jalan Raja Hassan,
This restaurant can cater to any request that you desire from noodles to dishes.
But the one that caught my eyes was the one that the captain recommended which is a Yin Yong noodles with a huge deep fried fish on top of it with plenty of vegetables.
Medan Selera Lok Fook Yuen
Lot 101, Lorong Raja Boat
Very extensive menu and we tried almost everything and can’t wait to get back there to try the rest.
We totally enjoyed our food and drinks.
Apparently for lunch the restaurant have a different menu serving local food such as curry laksa and prawn mee.
Thanks Nick for extending the invitation on chu 6 of CNY in Libeto.
Libeto Restaurant & Bar
Lebuh Batu Nilam 2,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi 1,
Call 010-231 7353
After a good workout from playing tennis, gym, swimming and sauna this morning it’s only fair that we reward ourselves with a good, delicious and healthy meal for lunch.
Their fish noodles soup is quite unique and you have two choices with either traditional soup base with tomatoes and yam version. Today we ate the fried fish meat in tomato broth. Every bit of it is so delicious. Must certainly come back for more and also try the yam version.
RM10.50 per serving
SK Seafood Noodles Restaurant
No. 41, Jalan Bayu Tinggi 2A,
Batu Unjur, Bayu Tinggi 2,