Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Restaurant Sg Long, Kajang, Selangor

My family and I had a quick lunch in this restaurant. We had some errands to run in the area and we hopped in to Restaurant Sg Long, which is the first restaurant you will notice when you turned into the road leading to UTAR in this area. It was a weekend and not many patrons around because it was way passed lunch time. As usual, my son would want to try the Har Mee (Hokkien Mee), I had the Chee Cheong Fun with Har Ko (prawn paste), my wife ordered the duck rice for my daughter and herself. Unfortunately, when the supposedly duck rice arrived, we found out it was actually chicken. This is the problem when the owner let a foreigner run their stall. Below is the review of the food!

I always love eating chee cheong fun (RM 2 for 2 rolls) with har ko (prawn paste) sauce. The sauce is nice and it was garnished with generous amount of Chee Mau (toasted sesame seeds) & crispy fried shallots. Ok, the chee cheong fun passed the test! LOL!

I took one piece of the pork ribs from my son’s Hokkien mee (RM4). It was tender, juicy and nice. The soup is quite good also and can be enhanced further by adding more of the chilly boh (paste) provided.

The braised chicken was rather bland in taste and flavours, so was the braised intestine too. I guess I am more in to flavourful and salty type of food! However, the stall owner needs to relook into his recipe! It cost me RM14 for one plate of braised chicken, one plate of braised pig intestine and 3 bowls of rice.

Restaurant Sg Long Jalan SL 1/12, Bandar Sungai Long, 43000 Kajang, Selangor Map to Restaurant Sg Long

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suituapui said...

Looks good. I love eating at places like this and eating that kind of food - compared to eating in restaurants... Cheap too!

Mei Teng said...

Haha...chicken and duck talk? :)

reanaclaire said...

Pete, ask the towkay to read your blog to improve on his cooking :p

mNhL said... turned out to be chicken. And the chee cheong fun very pricey le. RM2 for 2 rolls. Normally, it only cost RM0.60 per roll.

[SK] said...

i just noticed the nicer food are captures sharper, the not so nice ones are blur.. did you purposely do that?? haha :p

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

All looks good.

wenn said...

i used to love intestines but not anymore.

Alexandro said...

mNhL - This is Penang Chee Cheong Fun (with prawn paste). RM1 per roll is considered cheap as SS2, PJ is selling at RM1.20 per roll.

Pete - Thanks for the comment about the duck rice. The stall had been removed from our Restaurant. Please do drop by again, preferably at night as there will be more choice of food.

RSL management

JoinMe said...

Hi Pete,
Kindly be informed that this post has been reprinted on, thanks. ^^
P/S: We have put your name and link credit back to this article.


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