The sunken kitchen under the roof(bumbung)
The Nasi Lemak
Bumbung is located in the alley right beside S.E.A Park Maybank The alley is lighted up with fluorescent light and surprisingly there’s no weirdie smell and its very clean.
All Malaysian should know what is Nasi Lemak and this place is famous for it.
The sambal is not spicy and a little sweet in it, suitable for those who don’t like spicy. The egg they prepared is ”Mata Kerbau” sunny side up egg instead of hard boiled egg. Finally, the fried chicken, fried till golden brown, crispy at the outside, juicy in the inside, a lot spices flavor in it. Last but not least, served hot on a plate with a piece of banana leave to enhance the flavor of the rice and a little bit of cucumber slices, peanuts & ikan bilis.
Bumbung Nasi Lemak
46300 S.E.A Park Petaling Jaya,
3 Kopitiams situated back to back in USJ 14 Subang Jaya – Meisek, De Happy Land and Yong Sheng Restaurant.
Our first stop was in Yong Sheng Restaurant where we ordered the Sabah Tuaran Mee. 100% irresistible.
Crispy on the outside yet soft in the inside yellow egg noodles which are twice fried to add crispness to it and for better wok-hei.
Our second stop was Restaurant Meisek.
This restaurant faces the main road and very visible to both sides of the traffic.
If there is a stall anywhere selling Chee Cheong Fun with curry I would immediately order one.
Char Kueh Teow
Sarawak Hakka Mee
Our last stop was De Happy Land Restaurant
This is not fine dining so don’t let this horrifically grotesque, flesh massacred looking and hacked bits of Siew Yoke, Char Siew and pork ribs fool you.
With generous doused of Char Siew sauce the flavor of this combination of meat is exquisite.
There are so many choices of food from this 3 restaurants so will definitely going back there many times to try the rest.
De Happy Land
Yong Sheng Restaurant
Jalan USJ 14/1K,
47630 Subang Jaya
Pepper Soup with Pig Stomach and Black Fungus
Eight Treasure Rice
Moonlight Flower Salad with Dried Scrimps and Shallots.
Everyone is digging into the good stuff.
The clay is broken and removed to get the Beggar’s Chicken.
The process of baking the Beggar’s Chicken
Beggar Chicken originates from Changsu, Jiangsu Province in China. It’s a dish of whole chicken with herbs, wrapped in clay and baked slow for hours in hot fired up mud. The name of the dish relates to how a beggar once stole a chicken and hid the wrapped chook in mud, only to later cook it. The mud forms a crust around the chicken and cook the chicken till it was tender and aromatic.
Unlike the Banting one, Ijok New Beggar’s Delicious Restaurant serves up a long list of other seafood and dishes besides their signature Beggar’s Chicken.
Price was decent too and the restaurant is spacious and cool. Do call for reservation to avoid disappointment.
With the whole glutton gang had us taking a day trip to Ijok to try out the much raved Ijok New Beggar’s Delicious Restaurant.
The whole RKC PasangLang taking a tea break after a heavy lunch at Auntie Kopitiam in Kuala Selangor town.
NEW BEGGAR’S DELICIOUS RESTAURANT
Lot 894, Jalan Hormoni,
Tel: +603-3279 1936 (Mr. Tee)
Taman Rakyat is built for the Klangites to exercise in a place close to nature and a place for healthy activities.
This restaurant is situated inside the Taman vicinity.
Prices are very reasonable and the servings are generous. The western food is great and also the Nasi Lemak is a must try item. I had the one with sambal sotong which taste so tender and the sambal was awesome.
Grill & Chop Kitchen Western and Thai Cuisine
The signature steamed fish over charcoal stove was in every table that we saw. The huge portion of soup came with our order of steamed fish. With ingredients like dried chilies, birds eye chilies, lemongrass, lime leaves, ginger, etc., the soup provides a spicy and tangy feast of flavors with every slurp. Our steamed fish was placed on top of a charcoal stove to keep warm. Appearance wise, the steamed fish almost resembles Teochew style with sour plum and salted vegetables but it tasted different with the addition of the sour and savoury broth. Keep pouring the broth over the fish as the heat dries up the sauce. The broth became so concentrated towards that end that it is a pure enjoyment to devour it.
The stuffed chicken wing is another signature of Baby Seafood. Stuffed with ham, cheese and chives, the boneless chicken wing was moist, tender and delicious! The outer layer is coated with some proprietary sweet and smoky sauce.
If you have been craving for something soup-y, spicy and sour, Baby Seafood is the place to go! Would be good if you feel like sweating it out without hitting the gym.
Restaurant Baby Seafood
No 186A-1, Jalan Sungai Putus,
The fish was good, the deep-fried chicken was great as it was something new and we have never eaten deep-fried chicken coated with finely ground salted fish before. And the green vegetable is called dragon vege.
Well, the food was as good as can be because the owner claims that it’s all home cook style and we noticed that the whole family was running the restaurant maybe 3 to 4 generations are all there.
Restaurant Hee Soon Fong
Jalan Klang Banting,
Telok Panglima Garang,
A Chinese man with a very dark complexion is what the owner looks like and is targeted by his customers as Mr. Black because of his nature.
Basically this is a Pau shop selling a wide variety of them. The golden Pau is where the customers choose the type of Pau they want and it’s then deep fried to golden brown. Quite unique.
Another speciality is the Salted Fish Pau. Must try if you have not try before. Is an acquired taste.
Mr. Black Enterprise 小黑手工包点
7, Jalan Bawal ,
42800 Tanjong Sepat ,
Located beside the shore at Tanjong Sepat, one can enjoy the breeze and even the sunset when dine in at Bay Watch restaurant.
A no-frills restaurant setting, al-freso dining with great Malacca Straits view!
Very affordable and fresh seafood lunch with scenic view, we couldn’t ask for more!
Bay Watch Restaurant
72, Jalan 3, Tepi Laut
42800 Tanjong Sepat
Waterdrop Café at Dong Zen temple is set inside the quiet and idyllic temple grounds and provides an oasis of tranquility to the visitor.
A number of vegetarian dishes are available, most of which are vegan or can be prepared in a vegan way.
The most notable dish and widely popular was the claypot noodle where the broth is soya based.
Take your time to see the temple and the park and to relax in the café. there is also a small art exhibition adjacent, and all can be visited free, even the parking is free.
Waterdrop Tea House
PT 2297, Jalan Sg Buaya (at /Inside Dong Zen Temple),
The pulls to this shop are definitely their ‘wu kok’ and ‘chai pau’. I saw boxes and boxes of takeaways, trays and trays of uncooked ‘wo kok’ dipped into a hot wok of oil, and steamers after steamers of various ‘pau’s being brought out from the kitchen to the counter for purchase. No regrets dropping in here for breakfast before heading for Sekinchan.
I only ate the Wu Kok and Chai Pau which tasted so good and with a cup of coffee. Bear in mind that there are no pork in their food and only chicken is used. Good to see Malay, Indians and Chinese patrons seated and eating in a common place like this kopitiam.
Kedai Kopi Shin Lok
1 Jalan Kenari