Archive for the 'Malay Food' Category

Midvalley Oasis Food Court

Thursday, December 1st, 2005

Located in the 2nd floor of midvalley, Oasis is the place where the famous IKAN BAKAR (Grilled fish) and tantalising PAN MEE is located!

For those who are craving spicy yet well-grilled ikan bakar, this is a good place to try … during lunch and dinner hour, you can see long queue in the stall waiting for their orders to be served! They have a variety of seafood to be choose from, like sotong (squid) and ikan pari!

Grilled Ikan Pari

The Pan Mee as well is not bad! But compared to one that i have in taman muda, ampang, i would prefer the latter which has more crunchy ikan bilis and also sweeter soup! However, the home made noodle in this midvalley stall is very smooth …

Pan Mee

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Food Review Welcome

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005

Hi all, to make this site more interesting and have more varieties for all the food lovers, we now welcome the food lovers to share their views and sent in food photos and their locations to spice up the site!

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Kajang Satay

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005

“Satay (also written saté) is a dish that may have originated in Sumatra or Java in Indonesia but is popular in many southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. In the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, satay is a breakfast dish while elsewhere in Malaysia it is eaten in the evening.” (taken from Wikipedia)

Chicken Satay

Kajang satay is so well-known among the malaysians. In kajang, there’re about 8-12 satay stalls, but the Hj. Samuri one is still the best. Located near the kajang stadium,This family oriented business has gained the loyalty of lotsa satay fans from all over Malaysia and also foreign visitors. Their peanut satay sauce that comes with the satay is the most delicious part. The specialty is that you can mix it with some sambal. They give generous portion of the sauce. They provide a variety of satay like chicken, chicken liver, mutton, beef, beef tribe, fish as well as deer and rabbit.

As years pass by, they have expanded and have a few brand in some highway rest bay, like the kesas highway (awan besar & kinrara), restoran jejambat Sg Buloh (PLUS highway), and also one in Bangi. For those who want to have a truly, deeply, madly satay experience at a reasonable price, Satay Kajang Hj Samuri branches is a MUST VISIT.

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