Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Restoran (Restaurant) Ayam Bing, Taman Sri Rampai, Setapak, KL

After our early morning appointment in Kompleks Antarabangsa, my business partner and I decided to go to Sang Kee, Kg Pandan to eat the Pork Ball Mee. Unfortunately, Sang Kee was closed, so we hopped over to Tesco Ampang to eat the mee rebus (local Malay spicy noodles) atRestoran Nasi Kandar Che Abang Kepala Batas. What luck, the mee rebus is not ready yet, because it is not yet buka puasa time. We were determined to have some good lunch since we are alrealy in this area. So, next stop, we went over to Taman Sri Rampai to eat at Restoran Ayam Bing. The name Bing reminds me of the famous actor Bing Crosby! LOL! It was early, so there were not many customers around. My business partner ordered roast pork with rice and I went for roast chicken with roast pork. The total cost came up to be RM9.00. The roast pork in this restaurant is very nice and crispy; almost compatible with the famous one in Wong Kee Pudu. The roast chicken tasted ok and it goes well with the spicy, sour and sweet chilli sauce. My business partner kept on topping up the chilli sauce in her small saucer! The char siew is quite nice too. This round I gave the char siew a pass. Will be back soon with my family to eat here! Address : Restoran Ayam Bing 2B, Jalan 46/26, Taman Sri Rampai, 53300, Kuala Lumpur Map to Restaurant Ayam Bing

17 comments:

smallkucing said...

Third time lucky :)

foongpc said...

Bing reminds me more of the Microsoft search engine. Haha!

~dolly~ said...

oh.. char xiu and xiu yuk fan..
hahaha..

little prince's mummy said...

Yummy!~

Pete said...

smallkucing : True, lucky found my favourite food. LOL!

Foongpc : Bing the search engine...he he he!

dolly : Quite good actually!

SJ said...

ayam best sounds nicer?

From me to you, suejean =)

Pete said...

SJ : Ha ha, Ayam Best, I wonder what will happen if he put
McBing! ha ha ha!

Pete said...

little prince mummy : Try this restaurant, good yummy chicken rice!

wenn said...

char siew is my favourite..

Angie's Recipes said...

The restaurant sounds cool.
Whoever wants to or will visitMalaysia should come to check your blog....versatile, informative.
Angie's Recipes

Christine said...

gosh, all this food sounds so delicious...I'm figuring out that 'mee' means 'noodles', right?

Pete said...

Wenn : Ya, mine too.

Christine : Yes, mee is noodles in Hokkien, like Mian in Mandarin or Meen in Cantonese.

Pete said...

Angie's Recipes : Thks!

eunice said...

hey! u reminded me of a chicken stall in KL which we missed recently. we reached there at 12plus and it's already SOLD OUT! Really good business. But I didn't get the name of the stall.

So.. is Hainanese chicken rice originated from Malaysia or Singapore? :P haha

Please remember to vote for me at my blog! u dun need to register, it's a vote poll. THANKS!

Pete said...

Eunice : Wah sold out at 12 plus, good business. Where is the location of the stall?
Origin of Hainanese Chicken rice?.....huh, politician and their games!
Sure, will try to link to the vote poll again later!

Ayie said...

i notice pete...you eat out alot! =P

Pete said...

Ayie : I will eat out whenever I am on the field meeting with clients! He he he, reasons to eat out! LOL!

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