Thursday, January 6, 2011

Simple and Reasonably Price Dishes From Chai Lan Stall in Kota Damansara Foodcourt

The arch outside the entrance. See the 'Steam Fish' sign? That is Chai Lan. The Italian pizza next to it uses traditional brick oven. Will try the pizza on my next visit.


I went back to Kota Damansara Foodcourt to try out the dishes at Chai Lan stall. Chai Lan specialized in steamed fish head and tilapia (St. Peter's fish). The price is very reasonable as well. I ordered the steamed minced meat which cost RM8 and the steamed tofu cost me RM5. The steamed minced meat serving is rather generous. I didn't order the fish because my kids choosed to have noodles instead of rice.
The dishes are simple and nice. They are not oily as well and tasted like home cooked meal. My dinner plus two rice came up to be RM15. Reasonable? After dinner, my daughter wanted some Mua Chee (glutinous rice flour cake with crushed peanuts) for dessert. I bought one packet for her from the mua chee stall. Tasted quite nice!

Map to Kota Damansara Food court

16 comments:

Food For Tots said...

Both dishes look very homey and the price sounds reasonable too. I love mua chee too. It's my childhood favourite. ;)

Angie's Recipes said...

I would love to try that steamed minced meat! Looks great to go with some rice.

Christine said...

steamed is very healthy and a reasonable price makes it even better! yum.

suituapui said...

It certainly looks like Kota Damansara is THE place to be these days. I've seen so many blogposts on so many places to eat there...

Somewhere in Singapore said...

The minced meat looks good...

reanaclaire said...

hey Pete, very cheap la...the other day i bought pork for 5rm , very little only.. this one they charged only 8? i think kathy will go there next!

Annie Q said...

Chai Lan? The Hong Kong famous Chai Lan?

Will try out this place next time when i am there. Looks got a lot variety.

Wai Kitt said...

Same question as Annie Q,is it opened by that Hong Kong famous Chai Lan?
Shall drop by too next time.

mNhL said...

steamed food....so healthy. Quite interested with the pizza instead. haha

Mommy Ling said...

always passed by the food court but never been there. Will giv a try one day.

Pete said...

Annie & Wai Kitt : Not sure whether it is the same as Hong Kong Chai Lan.....didn't ask them leh. LOL!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Abt ur pomegranate question hoh, I used spanish pommies, and the seeds are soft and edible. But if China's pommies, then you have to spit the seeds out.
The fruit vendor strongly recommend I buy spanish altho China punye murah sikit.
And china punya also not as pink.

Bananazஇ said...

Price quite OK. Love steamed minced meat. Lots of nice choices too. Kamsia.

Alice Law said...

I like mua chee too, maybe one day I'll give it a try!^-^

Have a nice weekend!

Sheoh Yan said...

First time here, thanks for dropping by mine. You can cook up to a very nice food. Good for me to know you. Can learn cooking from you.

Ayie said...

i am quite hard to please with foods since I cook a lot,I don't care much about the presentation but the taste really matters.

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