If you planning to visit Restoran Siaw Kwee, this is Claypot Salted Fish with Pork Belly is a must order. What we like about this is the balanced taste and the tender texture of the pork belly. Overall this is spot on and when it is served in the claypot, you can smell the aroma of the pork and the salted fish. Remember to mix everything together to combine the flavours and this goes well with the rice.
Google and check out Restaurant Siaw Kwee 加影萧家辣汤 as it is one of the recommended ones in links and decided to try it out. Since heard many of my friends mention that Kajang is famous for “Lat Thong” (spicy soup on my own interpretation).
This is a dish that is unique to this restaurant. I have not seen this kind of preparation in any other restaurant. The ribs were large and meaty and the salted egg batter was heavenly. A must try dish at this restaurant. For the portion, I felt that the price was acceptable despite this being much higher than the other dishes that we had this afternoon. Taste wise, I would rate this at 10/10.
You can probably spot me having satay on my own at Sate Haji Samuri Kajang. I just love to have satay from time to time and it is one of my favourite food in Malaysia.
Still tasting very similar to what I had growing up, this is a place I might take that long drive to have again.
Hubby is a huge fan of satay and for the longest time, we've been speaking about going to Kajang for satay but it didn't quite transpire. Last weekend, we finally made plans with our friend PT to take the MRT to Kajang for a satay trail.
If you are planning to visit Willy Satay Kajang Ramal Junction Food Court, please try their lamb satay. It is one of the best we tasted. Ask your Kajang friends and they will recommend Willy Satay.
All the satay sticks are flavourful by its own. A good combination yet the only thing to highlight is that if you are taking the lamb, it is slightly tough on meat and gamey in taste. Those of you do not like lamb taste, this might turn you off. However, eaters like me, must have the gamey taste and we enjoy it.
Shrimp Chee Cheong Fun (Small) @ RM 6.50 The portion is huge even though we went for the smaller version. I think this is good to feed an average eater. What liked most about their preparation is the freshness of the ingredients. Even the shrimp was so fresh and tasty and the blend of sauces and chilli paste was heavenly. 9/10 shall be my rating for this dish.
Ten Hup Chee Cheong Fun is very popular with the locals and you can find many people either dining in or taking it away. You can ask any locals about the famous chee cheong fun and they will recommend you Ten Hup Chee Cheong Fun. You can find us dining there occasionally early in the morning having a cup of coffee with a big plate of Hong Kong style chee cheong fun. This is a must visit place for breakfast in Kajang.
I would say this is the best Hong Kong style Chee Cheong Fun in Kajang Town with reasonable price. There is a choice between fresh prawns, Char Siu or a mix of prawns and Char Siu fillings for the Chee Cheong Fun. I ordered a big portion for myself and a small portion for my boy of the mixed fillings type and this order did not disappoint us at all! The Chee Cheong Fun was very silky smooth and fine. They were very generous with the fillings, you may request for extra the sauce and sambal if you crave for heavier and spicier taste.
It was just the 2 of us yesterday and it cost us 34 ringgit, which meant around 17 ringgit per head. Food was delicious. Very tasty. If I get served food like this everyday – then I really would not mind the lack of variety, lol. The prawn dish was yummy. You’d get 4 medium prawns and the gravy was filled with flavors, you’d be able to taste turmeric with every mouth. Nothing overwhelming, just mainly appealing. The chicken was awesome, I especially loved how their gravy tasted, it was thick and sweet and when you add in those tender bit of chicken pieces – yummm!! For the fishes, we were served ‘Selar Kuning.’ It has been ages since I’ve sunk my teeth in one of these. Cooked to perfection, love how crispy the outside was, you can literally hear the crunch every time you bit in.
除了Nasi Lemak，她家的Roti Canai 也很美味，特別是賣相很像韓式煎餅的【Roti Jiwa Kacau】也非常受歡迎👏配料和味道小編就不揭曉啦！
The best recommendation is to try Otak Otak. Especially for tourists who enjoy doing new things. It is really delicious
Both their Chicken and Mutton Satay were good. The marination wasn't too sweet and it was just perfect for the peanut dip sauce. The meat was tender and no fat as well. My rating for their Chicken and Mutton Satay shall be 8/10.
Firstly, their Set Dulang Ikan Taplapia was awesome. The fish was so good and crispy and the marination was just lovely. Similarly, the fried prawns were also so good. No wonder this place is doing so well. For the fish and prawns, my rating shall be 10/10
For fried Chicken Lovers, their Set Dulang Ayam @ RM7.50 is not to be missed. The chicken is marinated with 6 different spices and is always fried-to-order. By default, all Nasi Dulang set comes with 4 topping –Air Asam, Sambal Belacan, Sambal Penyet and Masak Lemak. The Masak Lemak sauce was super thick and packed with amazing flavours. The sauce is homemade and it certainly helped elevate this dish from being a regular Nasi Dulang. You can refill the Masak Lemak for only RM0.30. Because it was well-marinated and fried to order, the fried chicken was hot and fragrant. The skin was crispy and the flesh was tender and juicy. When combined the chicken and Masak Lemak, the flavours gel well together for an enjoyable taste. Taking everything into account, we would say RM7.50 is pretty affordable because the taste and portion size was satisfying.
据说Oscar Coffee & Food的咖啡非常棒！ 可惜我不是咖啡控。
Overall it was a pleasant experience and we enjoyed the Nitro Coffee and sashimi more than anything else. A word of warning though, avoid sitting outside the restaurant as the area seems to be having a serious issue with flies. To be fair it’s not the restaurant’s fault – I think it affects everyone who stays here.
Overall, Oscar’s delivers considering that they are still new. This is the place to go to for a good decent coffee and Japanese food in Kajang.
Right after that hearty meal, I had to have my usual Bru Coffee. This too, as always, has been really good and my rating for this shall also be 9/10.
Mutton Masala Thosai @ RM 9.80 The Mutton Masala Thosai itself is pretty awesome. The gravy is so thick and it comes with lot's of potatoes. Really amazing stuff and it's so good to even have it on it's own. If you;re one who loves mutton, this is a must try dish. My rating for this shall be 9/10.
This is the first time that I am trying their Mutton Fried Rice and I found it to be quite impressive. For RM 12.50 , the portions were huge and they were very generous with the mutton. The Fried Rice was spicy and it has some very bold flavours. Being a mutton fan, I thoroughly enjoyed this dish and my rating for this dish shall be 8/10.
Not many people have tried this dish but I would boldly say that this is one of the best preparation for this particular dish that I have tasted. Seriously, this was some awesome Spare Ribs Curry. It is so good that I would recommend this over the rest of the dishes that these guys are famous for. 10/10 would be my rating for this.
This is the famous Hot Soup that had made a name for itself in Kajang. Comes with lots of Pork slices, ginger, pepper and a whole load of other ingredients. For me, it wasn't really too spicy but it was sufficient to get me profusely sweating. Lovely blend of flavours that just makes you wanting for more. 9/10 is what I shall be rating this dish.
Their Curry Mee was truly awesome. I loved the curry itself and the bowl of noodles came with lot's of add on's. This was surely the highlight of this restaurant and my rating for this shall be 9/10.
I ordered the small bowl and it was priced at RM 5.30 . Really worth it as it came with lots of add on's like Cockles, Fish Balls, Fish Cake, Tofu and Char Siew. The curry itself was so thick and tasty. And a must add here is their homemade signature chili flakes which is added to your taste. I went for a spoonful since I like it spicy. Overall, a very delicious preparation and I would rate this Curry Mee at 8/10.
Char Kuey Teow @ RM 6.00 The Char Kuey Teow stall is located near the entrance. He makes it the Penang way and I find the flavours to be pretty good. In fact, it's one of the good ones that I have come across in Kajang. He doesn't add cockles, but he does add some Fish Cake, Shrimps and Bean Sprouts. 8/10 would be my rating for this dish.
The Satay is very good and comes with only lean meat. The marination is slightly sweet and mildly spicy, a different variant to the rest recipe wise and the meat is so juicy. For me, the marination was so good that I could go on having this without the peanut dip sauce. My rating for this shall be 9/10.
Thannichaar and Pumpkin Perattal are two of my favourites and seeing both of them this afternoon, I just could not resist. Both the items were perfect and I just could not find a flaw to comment on. My rating for both shall be 9/10.
The vegetables that they served this afternoon were Potato Perattal, Cabbage Perattal, Pumpkin and Long Beans. All the vegetables tasted really good and very much home cooked taste. The winner among these were the Potato Perattal and Pumpkin. These two, I would rate them at 9/10 and the other two, I would give them 8/10
Their Masala Vadai was good as well. Crispy on the outside, non greasy and loaded with spices. Do note that this is slightly on the spicy sideandmay not be suitable for those who can't palate spicy food. For me, being one who loves spicy food, it was a treat and my rating for this shall be 9/10.
Their Chicken Perattal was heavenly. I loved it so much as it was on the spicy side and the gravy was just fantastic. The Chicken chunks were perfectly done too. This definitely deserves a rating of 9/10.
Their Smoked Meat Bun was just awesome. The quality of the smoked meat clearly shows and again together with the bun, it was such a delight. Similarly their Ham Bun was again excellent. Once again, I shall give these 9/10.
Since I could not enjoy their top seller which is their Half Baked Cheese Tarts, I had to settle with some buns and Cheese Tarts. These again were so good. The bun was soft and fluffy and it was so fresh. These miniature Cheese Tarts were a treat on it's own as well. Definitely some excellent buns and they were way better to those that we commonly get. I am definitely coming back to get my hands on their famous Half Baked Cheese Tarts that are baked twice daily, once at sharp noon and again at 6.30 pm. Make sure you're here early i.e. at least 10 minutes before as it sells out within 15 to 30 minutes. Once again, don't be surprised if you see a queue with 30 people ahead of you. A must visit bakery in Bandar Sungai Chua.
With everything considered, Happy Happy’s cheese tarts @ RM3.80/pc would be considered cheap if you compare it with Tokyo Secret‘s (TS) RM7.90/pc. Size wise they are pretty much the same but TS’ cheese tarts are deeper and undeniably filled with more cheese filling. Besides, Happy Happy’s cheese tart feels fragile and crack easily. So you need to be careful or they would break into pieces – even just trying to lift them up from the box.