Sun You Eats: Tim Kee Chicken Rice @ Sri Petaling

0 comments
Chicken rice has always played a big part of my diet in my younger days. Being a relatively simple dish there isnt that many points to look out for, but these few essential points makes a world of difference between a good and a bad one. One particular chicken rice joint executes all these points perfectly. Located opposite Sri Petaling hotel, Tim Kee has made its name with its original branch in Taman Connaught for its steamed white chicken with both regular and kampung chicken.

Among the four of us we ordered its famed steam white chicken, char siew and siu yuk as well as an accompanying plate of bean sprouts. Like most good chicken rice restaurants Tim Kee offered pretty good chilli and garlic paste. But i'd prefer to have my chilli with a little bit more punch of spiciness in it.


The chicken was really pleasant and lean without having to penetrate multiple layers of underlying fat to reach its meat layer. And the skin had a really pleasant yellow tone to it which i absolutely adored. The char siew was sweet and savoury and siu yuk had sufficient level of crunchiness to please my tastebuds. It was good but i'd rather order more of the steam chicken the next time round. The bean sprouts provided a good balance of juciness to the crunchy texture of the meat completing the meal perfectly.

Seeing that we ordered portions for four people in both chicken and mixed roast pork the bill came to a very reasonable Rm 10 a person including drinks. Being one of the more decent eateries around the Sri petaling area it would be seeing more of me in the near future.

Location:

Kedai Nasi Ayam Tim Kee,
65, Jalan Radin Anum 1,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling,
57000, Kuala Lumpur

Sun You Eats: Pork Noodles at Restaurant Promander, SS15 Subang

0 comments
I finally got a chance to try the infamous Restaurant Pomander, SS15 pork noodles after hearing good words about it from MD. This pork noodle stall has build itself a reputation for having to wait for 30 minutes to one hour to be served. Its best to avoid eating during peak hours and most of its patrons came prepared with newspapers and so were we with our notes!

picture sourced from here


After a 45 minute wait i had already got myself thinking that this must be some really good pork noodles. Soon it all became clear after taking a first sip of its soup, it was savoury and sweet yummy-licious good!. Instinct tells me that the soup was prepared using pork bones and meat. At Rm 5.50 for a large bowl it comes with a good fix of pork liver, intestine and pork slices. As usual i opted for the yellow noodle version(i feel im being a little predictable here) anyways MD ordered his one with an additional egg for an extra Rm0.50.



Dont be put off by the long waiting time after going through it i assure you every single minute was worth the wait! Hey if some people could wait hours long for the release of iphone 4 what's that compared to waiting for awesome-licious pork noodles eh?



Location:
Restoran Pomander 78,
Jalan SS15/4B,
Subang Jaya

Loh Mee @ Restaurant Sun Ho, OUG

0 comments
Another place to look out for in OUG during lunch hours would be Restaurant New Sun Ho which is located at a corner lot famous for their Loh Mee. Today's luncheon ended up as a late lunch as we left for lunch at only 0115 pm. And in today's note i would like to introduce to you a new character of the Sun You gang apart from the regular mighty driver,island gal and little boy. Some say she's bisexual (hmm) while others say dance flows through her veins everybody ms LopeZ! anyways back to the usual program.


Since we arrived late most of the stalls were already closing so all 5 of us ended up ordering Loh Mee. Sun Ho's loh mee stall is located in the front of the coffeeshop operated by a husband and wife combo. The loh mee offered here comes in different variation of noodles such as yee mee but i opted for their signature home made "fat noodles". The soup that came with the Loh Mee wasnt too thick and starchy and it came with a hard boiled egg. The trick to it would be to add vinegar to the soup and stir it well giving a similar taste of shark fin soup.


Another interesting pointer to note from Sun Ho would be the '3 layer tea offered', for those of you who might be wondering wth is a 3 layer tea, its basically just regular tea with a 3 layer appearance due to the different densities of the liquid added on top of one another giving a 3 layer appearance. The top most layer would be regular Teh Ais without any sugar added, followed by a layer of condensed milk and the 3rd and bottom most layer filled with brown sugar according to mighty driver ( i always thought that it was gula melaka). And yah its supposedly originated from Kuching.


n Kuching we'd call it '3 layer teh c peng' but when i asked one of the workers what i was called it ended up sounding like 'Sum Si' or something like that. I never actually ordered 3 layer teh c peng in west m'sia but the one in Sun Ho wasnt too sweet that it was an overkill after the 3 layers are mixed, while still being able to retain the strong tea aroma just the way i like it! Oh yes one pointer, do mix the 3 layers well before drinking instead of drinking it straight from the bottom, as funny as it sounds i have seen people drinking the brown sugar layer just like that and coming off with a strange look of hyperglycaemia moments later.



Location:

Restoran New Sun Ho, (opposite OUG market)
Jalan Hujan Rahmat,
Overseas Union Garden,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
There was an error in this gadget