Thursday, April 08, 2010

Simple food @ Old Klang Road

Road side food in Old Klang Road....

Am not going to be very wordy with this post, hope you don't mind... :)
(Just wanted to share this interesting food place that my friends and I chanced upon in the Old Klang Road area)

Simple setting by the roadside (called Jalan Sawi):
Al fresco, Malaysian style!...


The BBQ lamb (RM 8 per piece) and Chicken Wings (RM 2 per piece) from one of the stalls:
Lamb...

Chicken...

The chicken was quite nice - well marinated, tender.... but it was the lamb that really impressed me. :)
(I was surprised how tender and tasty it was. Went great with the mint sauce)

Nyonya fish slices with rice (RM 6) from another stall:
Fishy rice...

Ok only.
Fish slices had a nice texture (slightly crispy outside but still tender inside) but the sauce was too sour and not spicy enough.

Wantan Mee (RM 4) from yet another stall:
Wantan Mee...

Overall, ok but the char siew slices were kinda dry.

One last look:
All the stalls...

There are quite a lot of stalls there actually. If I'm not wrong, here's what the different hawker stalls can cook up:
- Prawn Mee (So cute - the name is Ha Ha Har Mee *lol*)
- Porridge
- Fried Noodles/ Rice/ Simple "sai chow" (small fry?) dishes
- BBQ Lamb and Chicken Wings
- Desserts
- Drinks

So, it's: Reasonably priced hawker stalls in the Old Klang Road area, yummy bbq lamb! :) BUT it's open air + by the roadside (watch out for rain & exhaust fumes) and surrounding area can be jammed.....


Summary Information:
Road side stalls @ Old Klang Road/ Jalan Kuchai Lama area, KL

Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: (approx.) 5.30pm till late
Phone: -
Address: Jalan Sawi, Taman Goodwood, off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur

PARTLY NOT HALAL




MAP:

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OTHER REVIEWS:
- Dish With Vivien
- Very Sedap
- Vkeong.com
- De Yummylicious Life


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21 comments:

  1. Ya know, though simple, it's one of my favourite settings cos there's variety, affordability and lotsa fun! :)

    i saw the map d. Thanks. The mutton awaits. A few plates, please. Hehehe.

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  2. Ahhhh, Malaysian styled buffet I tell you. There's something about sitting by the side of the road that I miss. :)

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  3. ahhh. i have read b4fore this place ..have not been yet..
    famous with its lamb~

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  4. the lamb is damn shiok!!

    i think one of my first posts was on this place.

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  5. chicken wing looks great!

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  6. to hairyberry:
    It's laaaamb. Yummy, juicy, delicious lamb to be specific.
    (Take me with you! I'll need a few plates of it too)
    :)

    to qwazymonkey:
    Lol. Yup yup, "Malaysian styled buffet" rocks!

    to taufulou:
    Go and try. I think the lamb is damn ons. If you don't think so then come back and scold me, ok? :)

    to "Joe" who is constantly craving:
    Oh cool! Didn't know you blogged about it before. I'll go check out your archives for more gems! :)

    to KY:
    Trust me, the chicken wings were good but the grilled lamb was THE BOMB. :D *drool*

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  7. ooo the famous Cao Cao lamb! nice but the portion shrunk :(

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  8. the grilled lamb stall is also known as Cao Cao Grilled Lamb :) the boss used imported lamb meat from New Zealand in case you wanna know.

    If you are a fan of spare parts, next time try the porridge stall ok? You can even order pork tounge or ear :P

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  9. to babe_kl:
    Hmmmm... it would be better if it were bigger servings, but at least it's still yummy, right? :)
    (It's so hard to find good lamb!)

    to thule aka leo:
    Eeyer.
    So maybe I'll scoop the porridge and there'll be a big pig tongue or ear sticking out at me??
    >_<

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  10. Near the FGA Church? LAst time I went to this wooden shack behind the church, nice food! But then they moved and I can't find where they relocated :(

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  11. Mmmmmmmmmh... the lamb looks yummy ;-)

    ps - You must try Hing Ket in Klang's Kampung Jawa, well worth the mad trek there!

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  12. to jason:
    Yes, that's the area! :)
    Hmmm.. didn't notice any wooden shack near the church when I was there... What did they serve there? *curious*

    Do go and try the lamb though - it's so delish! :) :)

    to julian si:
    It not just looks yummy. It was really very yummy indeed. :D

    Ok. I go try Hing Ket and you try this lamb. And if either of us doesn't enjoy the meal then we scold the other person. :)

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  13. i think ur not very wordy with any of your posts, darling:) so cute!

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  14. to ciki:
    Haha.. Well, I guess it's all relative? :)

    to rtfvb758:
    Erm, thanks I guess. Why does your link gives me an "adult content" warning? Hmmm..............

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  15. road sides stall are the bomb! gd prices & better food most of the time compared to the gunk we pay for in restaurants!
    Was just askin unka abt the tai chow behind FGA.. its no more there???

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  16. to tng:
    haha.. That's true. It's the definition of pheng, leng, cheng! :)

    Hmmm I didn't notice the tai chow place. But maybe it's because I wasn't looking for it. Maybe it's still there?

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  17. One of my favourite places to go to for supper. Been going there since I was young. Haha.

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  18. So you've been enjoying the yummy lamb for so many years more than me! *jelez*
    (Isn't it cool? There are so many hidden food gems in Malaysia! :D)

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  19. No la. I usually go for the wantan mee, satay and chicken wings. Hehe.

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  20. to Chong:
    Got sate there ah? :D
    Didn't see. Will try it next time... if I can stop myself from overeating the lamb! Haha...

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