Sup Pedas Ayam Kampong, Seri Kembangan

21 08 2007

I’ve packed all for my holiday in KL and 3 days in Malacca. After my 7pm class which I couldn’t concentrate at all due to my excitement, my parents came to pick me up and went straight for dinner… a hearty meal of Lat thong *slurp*

Sup Pedas Ayam Kampung stall

Garlic

The all time necessary Chinese condiments of garlic and cili padi. Mix both in a saucer and drizzle with soy sauce… wah! Spicy and pungent!

Sup pedas

Sup pedas ayam kampung – brought to a boil in a claypot full of white peppercorns and sliced ginger with kampung chicken and pig’s innards for flavour. The broth is absolutely tasty and spicy, I couldn’t stop drinking :D However the chicken is too dry and has many bones to remove.

Shaoxing wine chicken

Fah Tiu chicken – kampung chicken simmered in a mixture of shaoxing chinese wine and dark soy sauce. A bit too salty but the chicken is much more tender than the sup pedas. The fragrance of wine is missing from the dish, unfortunately.

Choy sam

For the sides, we ordered choy sam and tofu. Choy sam topped with fried shallots is very fresh and cooked to perfection. It’s actually my favourite dish among all :P

Tofu

Tofu topped with fragrant and crispy dried shrimps, minced pork and scallions. They use a rich dark soy sauce, making it simply irresistible even it’s just a poor man’s dish. Very yummy!

All that including 4 plates of rice and 3 ice tea cost only RM27. Pretty cheap!

Sup Pedas Ayam Kampong
D-1, Jalan 10/3,
43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor.
(Located behind the POS office along Jln Besar)
Tel : 012 – 350 9900

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Sign in Tengkat Tong Shin

After that, I left my dorm for nights of air-conditioned room, cozy bed and hot shower! Cam whore in front of LV store in The Pavillion Starhill Gallery and walked around Tengkat Tong Shin. This sign is so European :)

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6 responses

21 08 2007
jason

That soup is an exotic one. Never heard b4 leh.

22 08 2007
New Kid On The Blog

wow – the soup looks good la… and the fah tiu chicken…. why penang never have such food ah?
huh? the parvillion open for biz already ah???

23 08 2007
Everyday Healy

wah… all the dishes looks delicious….slurp! And… really cheap!

25 08 2007
Jian

Oh sup pedas? lolz….slurping it on a rainy day would be like in heaven…hmmm…so much heaty ingredients…

28 08 2007
tonixe

that tofu looks a classic ancient chinaman , fair , moody & simple & a little lost , but cannottahan with soya sauce then go up high with those sprinklings from heaven ( issit ah ? )

30 08 2007
durianberry

Jason – It’s actually very much like the pepper pork tripe soup :D

New Kid On The Blog – Sorry my mistake! It’s not The Pavillion but Starhill Gallery :P

Everyday Healy – Yup, looks like we’ve found a cheap eating place in this area

Jian – Fortunately we decided to move into the air-cond sitting area after a while, else we’d be sweating cats and dogs :P

Toxine – Aha, that’s very good description for the humble tofu! :P

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