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Ah Lee’s Crab Noodles in Pandamaran, Klang

Klang is not only famous for it’s Bak Kut Teh, but also the local food in Klang itself. Welcome to Ah Lee Restaurant in Pandamaran, Klang.

How to get there

đź“ŤAddress: 97, Jln Pendamar, Pandamaran, 42000 Pelabuhan Klang, Selangor

The restaurant operates outside of a house along the busy main road, Jalan Pendamar.

If you’re driving, you might want to drive slower along this road, so that you don’t miss this restaurant.

Ah Lee Restaurant’s operating hours are only at night and on selected days.

Monday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
Closed
Friday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Ah Lee Restaurant

Even though the restaurant is sheltered yet it’s non-airconditioned. The kitchen is at the front, so you can see the cook passionately cooking your food and the waitresses preparing your drinks.

Due to the limited operating hours, especially since they start operations during peak hour, and it’s a popular restaurant, judging my the crowd; suggest to make reservations or go earlier ahead of time to get a table or two.

Crab Noodles and More

We didn’t give their crab noodles a miss! It was a real standout dish. The noodles were cooked to perfection and mixed with a generous amount of crab. It was rich and flavourful, making for the perfect comfort food on a chilly evening.

Since we had 2 tables side-by-side, we opted for 2 types of chickens: fried chicken and steam chicken. The fried chicken was crispy and juicy, and the steam chicken was incredibly tender and flavourful. Then we swapped the plates of chickens at every interval.

The fried prawn rolls were filled with juicy prawns and fillings, which were crispy and flavourful.

Last but not least, the claypot tofu was also a hit, with the sauce that perfectly complemented the Japanese tofus, vegetables, and pork meat in the claypot.

Overall, we had an excellent dining experience at Ah Lee Restaurant. The food was delicious, the service was excellent, and the atmosphere was cozy and welcoming. If you’re in the Pandamaran area, be sure to stop by Ah Lee Restaurant and try some of their amazing dishes.


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Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa in Damansara Jaya

Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is a must-visit restaurant for seafood lovers. Located in Damansara Jaya and just outside Atria Shopping Gallery, this restaurant is known for its delicious seafood dishes and ambiance.

Reviews on Google showed that it was first opened and known as New Peng Wah Restaurant. Today, it is rebranded as Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa.

How to get here

There are several ways to get to Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa:

By Car/Grab: If you are coming by car or Grab, you can enter the following address into your GPS or navigation app:

27,29, 31, Jalan SS 22/23, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

By Public Transportation:

  • By MRT: Take the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang line and alight at the Phileo Damansara MRT station. From there, you can take a Grab or a bus to Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa. Alternatively, you can take a short walk to the nearest feeder bus stop and take the free shuttle bus service provided by Atria Shopping Gallery. The shuttle bus operates every 30 minutes from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm daily.
  • By Bus: There are several buses that pass by Atria Shopping Gallery, including RapidKL buses 780, 783, T784, and T786. You can check the RapidKL website for more information on bus routes and schedules.

Menu

But the real star of the show is the food. The menu offers a wide range of seafood dishes, including crabs, prawns, squid, and fish, prepared in various styles such as grilled, steamed, or fried.

Some of their signature dishes are the sweet & sour chili crab, kam heong butter crab, salted egg yolk crab, kam heong crab, stew grouper fish head, pandan chicken, steamed otak otak with eggs, signature homestyle claypot brinjal, signature choi heong tofu, and fish maw & crab meat soup / shark fin soup.

Since there were 9 of us, we ordered the below from the menu.

Honey sesame chicken
Stir-fried baby sweet potato leaf
Brocoli tofu with crab meat
Superior soup lala
Stir fry squid and prawns

The service at Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is also worth mentioning. The staff are friendly and attentive, and they always make sure that their customers are well taken care of. They are also knowledgeable about the menu and can recommend dishes based on their customers’ preferences.

Overall, Restoran Kampung Seafood Parit Jawa is a great place to enjoy delicious seafood dishes in a tranquil setting. The combination of fresh seafood, excellent service, and a serene ambiance make it an unforgettable dining experience. If you are in the area, be sure to give it a try.



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Jeff Lee Kitchen in Sungai Buloh

Located in the heart of Sungai Buloh’s industrial district is a local Chinese restaurant by the name of Jeff Lee Kitchen.

When my friend sent me the Google link, I thought it was a cafe, but it was not!

How to get there

Even though there’s an MRT station (Kampung Selamat MRT) nearby, but it’s not walkable. Even when driving, you’ll be passing rows of warehouses and trailing trucks and lorries closely behind. 

If you’re driving along Jalan Welfare, turn into Jalan Market. There’s an empty car park and field in the middle of the area.

As for Jeff Lee Kitchen, it is just conveniently located in front of the open car park. Jeff Lee Kitchen is 2 shop lots side-by-side.

Due to it’s popularity and to avoid the lunch crowd, go early. By noon, the crowd started filling up the restaurant.

Jeff Lee Kitchen

The signature dishes are the standing chicken, Peking duck, stir fried pork belly, minced pork noodles, cold “paku-pakis”, and claypot pork or fish porridge.

Among the signature dishes, we had these for lunch.

Paku-Pakis (RM15.00)

Minced pork noodles (RM10.00)

Stir fried pork belly (RM20.00)

Peking duck (RM45.00)

For dessert, we had the mochi mango (RM5.00).


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Big Leaf BLR @ Section 17 Petaling Jaya

At the mention of food in Section 17 Petaling Jaya, places like Pizza Mansion, Sistars Kitchen, Kwong Wah Ice Kacang, Cafe Tujoh, and many more come to mind. 

If SS26 Taman Mayang Jaya has Kanna Curry House, Section 19 has the original Kanna Curry House, and Gasing has Lotus Family Restaurant; Section 17 PJ has Big Leaf BLR.

How to get there

At the mention of “It’s near the Section 17 corner mixed rice restaurant”, or “it’s behind Happy Mansion”, or “it’s before Kwong Wah Ice Kacang” – people should know where is Big Leaf BLR.

It is a corner restaurant facing a row of double-storey houses.

If you’re driving there for lunch, parking may be challenge. However, if for dinner, there’ll be plenty of parking around.

Banana Leaf

Aside from the given 3 vegetables and rice, you can add-on meat, fish, squid, or more vegetables. We added mutton masala, fried squid, and fried bitter gourd to share.

Browsing their drinks menu, their best sellers are Teh Tarik, Teh Ais, Kopi, Cham Ais, Masala Tea, and Watermelon Juice.

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Vietnamese food at Pho King SS2

Before jalan-jalan at Chow Yang Pasar Malam on Thursday nights or at the SS2 pasar malam on Monday nights, or before supper at Kayu Nasi Kandar; head behind for some awesome Vietnamese food crafted with quality ingredients and lots of love.

Between a game of badminton and supper at Kayu, we had a dinner at Pho King.

How to get there

If you’re not Grabbing to the restaurant and driving; parking can be a challenge. As it’s a two-lane commercial district, you’ll be competing with people who’re also going to Kayu, SS2 Chow Yang, Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee, and Hakka Rang Restaurant SS2.

Alternatively, you can park around the residential neighbourhood nearby.

Pho King

At Pho King, you’ll find awesome Vietnamese food crafted with quality ingredients and lots of love. There’s banh mi, soup noodles, salad noodles, rice, and more!

For the soup noodes, there are two types: Australian Beef Pho and Sanbanto Pork Pho.

We ordered the Braised Pork Rice, Special Beef Pho, Small Beef Pho, Special Pork Pho.

Sliced Beef Pho (RM23.50).

Special Beef Pho (RM30.90) with sliced beef, brisket, and beef balls.

Special Pork Pho (RM25.50) with ribs, pork slices, minced pork, pork balls, and ham.

Braised Pork Rice (RM23.50).

For drinks, we had the coconut coffee, grass jelly coffee, cold mocha, and cold drip coffee.

Guess which is which?

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