I had been taken to many places to eat lately and one of the places that is truly hidden from the city folks of Kuala Lumpur would be Sai Kee Restaurant which happened to be infused in the busy and buzzing city. The kitchen is set just behind the Petaling street along a quiet backlane.
Having an open kitchen can truly infused the smell and aroma within a far distance from our table. It was unbelieveable packed with patrons. That is the sign of good food!
FIrst dish came after about 45minutes of waiting was this Fish Paste Soup with White Cabbage. A tasty clear white boiled soup with soften white cabbage and succulent fish paste. I like it! This manage to kill my waiting with sweating dripping over my face.
Having a furious wok came this dark laced aubergine dish with tasty fish paste. I love the tenderness of the aurbugine, cooked well, to be prcies it was lovely! smelt of a great woking!
The most rustic egg dish was this Steamed Egg with Century Egg and Salted Egg. We would indulge this dish very frequent when we visit restaurant. It always test the skill of the chef himself on the right timing of steaming, over steam it will ened up hard! Here it was perfect!
The chunks of fish head was braised well, truly satisfied. Freshly prepared, deep frried and braised over a dark soy sauce. Lovely!
The slight sweet and salted black bean steamed with pork rib was an awesome dish to have. White rice is a must! Tender and meaty! niice!
The pan fried large prawns “Kon Chin Har” dish was done to my liking as the prawn was fresh and tasty relaly good over the good wok! a must have!
This time I ate with my gorgeous guets along a lonely lane yet the food was delicious! . . . . . truly a satisfied customer Sidney Kan
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