Thursday, October 15, 2009

Chee Cheong Fun and Fried Banana Fritter (Pisang Raja Goreng) at O&S Restaurant, Paramount Garden, PJ

After an appointment in Cyberjaya, my friend and I took a detour on the way back to PJ and dropped by at O&S for a meal of Penang Chee Cheong Fun. Both of us have been craving for Penang Chee Cheong Fun, so this was a good opportunity for us to satisfy our cravings! LOL! We ordered two plates of Penang Chee Cheong Fun with dark gooey har ko (prawn paste) gravy. The pungent gravy is nice and sweet. It tastes very good with the spicy chilli paste and crispy fried shallots. We finished out meal in no time and I drank a glass of iced coffee to my heart content. It was a satisfying simple meal indeed!

While walking out from the restaurant, my friend noticed the goreng pisang (fried banana fritter) stall. She wondered whether it is the same style as the famous one in Penang (like the one in Tg Bungah). I told her that it should be the same since most of the stall owners here are Penangites. So we bought 2 pieces as our dessert and ate them in the car. They taste quite good and the banana is sweet. The flour batter is very crispy. This is good dessert to complete our lunch meal. O&S Restaurant Address Jalan 20/14Paramount Garden 46300 Petaling Jaya GPS Latitude 3° 6'28.08"N Longitude 101°37'29.51"E MAP to O&S PJ


~Elaine Tam~ said...

Chupp!! Ok, i'm the first! hahahah!

Hmmmm..yummy chee cheong fun! Klang Eng Ann and Sri Muda, Shah Alam also got stalls with great chee cheong fun too!! :)

reanaclaire said...

tried penang chee cheong fun many times but still cannot get used to the prawn sauce.. taste better if the fun is warm ..
banana fritters? my colleague's favorite, tea time at 3pm .. that one sure got.. :)

Anonymous said...

I have not had banana fritters in ages leh.

Speaking of chee cheong fun, is there a difference between the ones normally served in coffeeshops and the Penang chee cheong fun?

wenn said... favourite..i just love all kinds of food..

CY said...

Wah..pete. Keep on reading yr post, need a big bowl to collect my saliva from dropping off lah! Haha. Can see cannot touch.

smallkucing said...

Have try the CCF but didn't notice the Goreng Pisang. Will check it out next round :)

mNhL said...

It is good to be a malaysian huh! So many types of food to taste. Even chee cheong fun have so many ways of preparation. Teluk Intan type, Penang type, Johor type ...

ladyviral said...

I haven't had Pisang Goreng in ages! I miss the one near my high school... crispy batter, soft banana. yummy~

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha!!! I also posted on bananas today - pisang keling! LMAO!!!

fufu said...

the bananas here in frankfurt all imported from latin america >.< i wanna pisang goreng ö DHL me pls

foongpc said...

I love pisang goreng! Have not been eating it quite some time : )

~dolly~ said...

yayaya~ Elaine is right!

Shah Alam morning pasar's chee cheong fun really nice one!!
i always ask my friend bring me there whenever i go shah alam.. =P

Pete said...

Elaine : Wah, so early! My friend took me once to Jalan Meru to eat Chee Cheong Fun, nice but then I forgot the actual location. I remember it was quite an old shop.

Claire : If har ko chee cheong fun cold already, 'yuk' but when hot taste real good. I guess you have to get use to the pungent har ko. Wah, every tea time eat pisang goreng.....'keng' leh!

Mei Teng: Penang CCF use har ko in the gravy but KL ones use sweet sauce.

Wenn : Ha ha, we have the same taste!

CY : Wah, big bowl of saliva. But Thailand food quite good also leh...I tried some small coffeeshope food in Pratunam Bangkok...quite good.

Smallkucing : The stall is very need...try it, the goreng pisang is good!

mNhL : Ya lor, eat nonstop....luckily I cannot put on weight! ha ha ha!

ladyviral : Where is your high school, next time I check out the place for goreng pisang!

STP : Pisang to me, must check it out!

Fufu : Those imported one cannot make banana fritters lah. One pisang raja goreng on the way!

Foongpc : Sometimes ok lah!

Dolly : I Must check out the place leh!

Ayie said...

we call it "turon" in the Phils... but it's fried wrapped in wrapper like that too with caramelized sugar


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