Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Kar Hee Restaurant, Taman Kok Lian, Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur – Nice Family Restaurant

My sister in law suggested that we have our dinner in Sin Kar Hee while driving back from a day trip to Genting Highlands. So we took a detour from the middle ring road and headed into Jalan Kuching. It is rather tricky to locate this restaurant if you are not familiar with this area. Therefore I have drawn a detailed map below showing all the road names leading to this restaurant. The service here is fast and there are plenty of tables available which would fill up fast during lunch and dinner time. Kar Hee is a good family restaurant and the price for the food here is quite reasonable although it is located very close to the town area. One of the supervisor suggested that we try Wu Tou Kow Yoke (Braised Pork Belly with Yam) and Stir Fried Sang Yee (Snakehead Fish, Haruan). We also ordered Stir Fried Long Beans and Steamed Lala (Shell Fish). The serving for the Wu Tou Kow Yoke is rather big but we managed to finish all of it! The meat is tender and I love the soft yam! I like the fresh and sweet taste of the Sang Yee fish meat. The spring onions and Chinese cooking wine brings out the natural sweetness of the Sang Yee, which is of a freshwater origin. The Long Beans dish is ok and there is not much to shout about the Steamed Lala. However the serving is generous and the Lala (shellfish) is very fresh. I can’t recall the exact amount we paid for this dinner but I remember it was very reasonable. Overall it was a very satisfying meal for 5 adults and 3 children. Wu Tow Kow Yoke and Stir Fried Sang Yee Fish
Steamed Lala and Fried Long Beans
Address Kedai Makanan Kar Hee No. 28 Jalan Manjoi Taman Kok Lian Jalan Ipoh 51200, Kuala Lumpur Tel : 03 62531240 HP : 019 2774003, 012 3380469 GPS Latitude 3.198261, Longitude 101.675023 Map To Sin Kar Hee Restaurant, Taman Kok Lian, Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur

12 comments:

Ayie said...

I always like the healthy dishes you present here even if you eat out with your family +)

fufu said...

i want to eat lala :p

Cleffairy said...

Stare and drool. Weiii.... when you wanna belanja me eat ahhhhhhh! Been almost 2 years you torture me oredi lah! *sulk*

reanaclaire said...

I love lala-s... sure i will order this dish if the places i go to, cook this ... cockles i also love but never take much already for many years.. i guess lala are not so "tok", right?

manglish said...

i love shiong tong lala heeehe

Mei Teng said...

I enjoy lala cooked in broth (with a dash of Chinese wine). Tasty.

levian said...

this looks so delicious it had my mouth watered in no time! :)

AL said...

Hmmm I think the steamed lala will make me sing lalalala all day long, Pete.

AL

My Little Things Corner said...

wow the lala looks so yummy!

smallkucing said...

Me too! another Lala fan :)

CheaHS@n said...

My heart & stomach goes shalalala shalala in Kar Hee restaurant..

umihoney said...

its good that you found a place thats not only serve delicious but reasonably priced dishes..you know how expensive eateries now especially mamak's

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