If you are after a Klang or Teluk Gong type of seafood restaurant and do not wish to have a long drive. SKH Riverview Seafood Restaurant in Ampang had it all (perhaps a little pricier !). It is in the Ulu Klang residential area and parking is never a problem.
The >2kg river Soon hok or Live Sand Goby (notice the sand?!) costs us a whopping rm200+ at least. It was supposed to be more tender and fresher (cause it's a alive? or from the river?).
Another fish, Braised chicken with chinese wine the house special taufu
Leaves and stem in Claypot
Complimentary chinese herbal jelly Guai Lin Go
Address: 6 & 8 Lorong Embun 2, Kuala Ampang, Hulu Klang, AMPANG
Directions: Along MRR2 in between the ZOO and Jln Ampang. It's on your LEFT if you are from Jalan Ampang. If otherwise, make a U-turn after Ampang Puteri Hospital. or call if you are lost ..
Pink Sage: A cross between an American-style diner and an Italian trattoria..
Located along Campbell Road (a.k.a. Dang Wangi) intersecting Jalan Doraisamy (accessible from the Capital Square/ modesto's lane). They serve breakfast all day on weekends which means I can have my 1pm Sunday-breaky, Hooray!
Stacked Breakfast Rm14.50
Buttermilk (fluffy) Pancakes RM12.50
The Morning Drinks (refillable Long Black..)
We decided to let our tummies have a much deserved rest. So, we'll be back for the Red Velvet and Banoffee pie some day..
Patrons are free to dribble messages aross the mirror..
The Pink Sage Diner & Pantry Address: Ground Floor, Wisma RA, 12 Jalan Dang Wangi, KL Call: 03-2693 6000
My dad told me that I used to come here when I was little. Frankly, I couldn't remember this place at all and probably my taste buds weren't fully developed that time. So, in order to bring back some memory, we had the NG TEW LEE [intersting name - in canto] Fish Ball, which was here almost 20 years ago.
very soft and springy (good stuff - comparable to TongShin Fish Balls)Ng Tew Lee Fried TongFun
Ng Tew Lee (gosh, I love the name) used to be the busiest stall in the food court. However, 20years later, this is what happened. . Seong Kee is featured in the recent TV foodie show and this is why they drew such a crowd to this heaty open-spaced area. They 'wrap' each of the Yong Tau Fu on the spot and fried each dish of yam abacus individually.
We waited for an hour under the afternoon sun for the following delicacy..
Hakka Yam Abacus Bead (Shun Pun Ji)
Hakka Yong Tau Fu Besides the Hakka dishes, they are also popular for thier Assam Fish.
It was quite worthy of the wait, but we were half-fulled when the Seong Kee orders arrived. This is because during that one-hour, we had been ordering from their neighbours.
Golden Pumpkin Porridge steamboat is Lin Yuan's signature. The soup base is rather special unlike the usual watery-base or perhaps the clear porridge (in Pudu). One could taste a slight sweetness from the pumpkin in every sip of the light porridge. And I like the concept of cooking in a clay pot.
RM12.90/pax for standard
Besides the steamboat, they do have some side orders, crabs (remember to ask for the price..) as well as the fried noodles/ rice.