Jeff Lee Kitchen at Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh

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Jeff Lee Kitchen @ Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh

Tucked away in a small village just outside the city here was my next stop for a splendid dinner. Yes another food trail. This time we make a visit to a small village called Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh. Hidden in the centre of the village, that is where we located Jeff Lee Kitchen thanked to our food guide. The more I get to indulge the Chinese food, I came to realise my taste platter became much more sharper then before. Sense fo taste and knowledge had improved drasticly.

jeff lee kitchen table setting

I would place Jeff Lee Kitchen yet with a modern tag name, it churns out truly authentic Chinese food. A very refined home cooking with a fabulous menu and yet an interesting way of indulging. It has it’s own identity and style. It’s so adoreable. Yet simple and unique.

jeff lee kitchen sweet potato leafs
Stir Fried Sweet Potato Leafs with Whole Garlic

First came the stir fried sweet potato leafs with whole garlic. A very well timed dish. Cooked to tenderness and crisp with such great taste. Not undercooked. Not overcooked. It was such a great pleasure having it.

jeff lee kitchen pig innard porridge
Claypot Pig Innard Porridge

This time we opted of not having white rice and we ordered the house specialty, Claypot Pig Innard Porridge. It was smooth and well seasoned. Delicious crispy deep fried pig intestine was present. I like the style of eatnig especially having being served with porridge instead of rice. Excellent.

jeff lee kitchen grass prawns
Pan Fried Grass Prawns

I just love the next dish. simple yet bursting with taste. A pan fried grass pawns with supreme soy sauce. The grass prawns were crispy and I even ate them intact with the shell itself. Just fabulous. Laced with sweet supreme soy, it truly enhance the flavour without any of a doubt. It was superb. Jive well with the porridge.

jeff lee kitchen bittergaurd salted egg white
Stir Fried Bitter Gourd with Salted Egg White

Next came a very home cooked dish, stir fried sliced bitter gourd with salt egg white. It was really good and I in love with it. Cooked to crunchiness with a taste of saltiness. It had a strong beautiful flavour of a firing wok “Wok Hei”. Yet simple but delicious. Fabulous.

jeff lee kitchen steam chicken
Steamed Chicken with Young Ginger Dip

The steamed chicken came next. Beautifully presented filled with bright yellow in colour. A very eye catching dish. It was good, the chicken was left with great tenderness. For me I find it just a bit blend to my taste as I prefer my ginger dip to be stronger in taste and bold flavour just like the one I had at Moon Sing. Here Jeff Lee had kept it slightly light. It was good.

jeff lee kitchen crispy pork belly
Stir Fried Crispy Pork Belly with Sweet Dark Soy Sauce

Oh my. The best always kept for the last as they say. That night I had another terrific pork belly dish. Yes they too had it thinly sliced. Yes again, they had them cripy fried. Here they have them coated with delicious sweet dark sauce and stir fried till caramelised, It was sup[erb and left me speechless. Got to repot, I had an additonal small bowl of white rice to go with it, it was so irresistable. Spot on.

jeff lee kitchen udon
Stir Fried Udon

We also oredered their stir fried Udon with a hint of black pepper and also their famous poached egg noodle topped with minced pork. Both was perfectly prpeared, very good and just delicious.

jeff lee kitchen egg noodle with minced pork
Poached Egg Noodles topped with Minced Pork

Stumbled onto Jeff Lee was such an amazing eating experience and I will be back for more different enjoyment. I will be eyeing at their “Poon Choy” or one pot dish filled with layers of delcious dishes {mille savoury gourmet) and also their famous cold “paku” green fern dish . . . . . . . . . . . . worth every penny, yet affordable, Sidney Kan

Jeff Lee Kitchen
Lot 4133, Jalan Perkhidmatan
Kampong Baru Sungai Buloh
47000 Sungai Buloh
selangor
Tel No: 03 6156 1817 / 012 2971781 (Jeff Lee)

6 Comments

  • March 15, 2011 - 3:36 am | Permalink

    nom nom nom

    As usual, the photography is killer!
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  • March 15, 2011 - 9:49 am | Permalink

    The bittergourd only fried with salted egg white & no yolk?
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  • March 15, 2011 - 9:51 am | Permalink

    Yeah.. we shld arrange to go back for Poon Choi!
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  • March 15, 2011 - 10:04 am | Permalink

    All the dishes look so homey and yummy!! I can hear the big fat udon calling my name now! lol!
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  • March 15, 2011 - 3:21 pm | Permalink

    looks excellent !
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  • Bibi Bin Qi Qi
    February 14, 2012 - 12:35 pm | Permalink

    Hei you didn;t try the Clay pot Salt fish cook with Pork ( Fa Lum Yoke) and Pumpkin cook salt egg york …thats is yum yum yum!!!

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