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Saturday, 29 December 2007

Restoran Kawan Kita @ Semenyih

Restoran Kawan Kita, located along the main road in Semenyih town is established inside the walls of a Chinese temple... Not bad for a setting... The restaurant has been the mainstay of the town for more than 2 decades due to its maintained food quality and service.



But nothing is perfect aite...haha. For your information, the restaurant has 3 chefs working on shifts. Therefore, their style of preparation and taste do differ. This I notice from the different taste on different days for identical dishes. From what I can taste..not all are at the same high standard...if you know what I mean.. ;)

One of my recent visits there was disappointing due to the fact that all the dishes ordered lacked something...Believe it or not...all the dishes lacked oyster sauce...Pai Kut Wong(Pork Ribs) which has a dark maroon color ended up looking bright red and tasted flat. So did the Sizzling Taufoo which also lacked flavor.

I'm writing this post right after my dinner there actually... and again I have something to say about it =) This time the fish and vegetables used were not fresh at all. Another disappointment I must say... I hope they weren't discriminating by keeping the fresh stock for the coming busy Sunday or New Year's eve... Expected more from a RM25 Steamed Asam Pedas Talapia which is ussually fresh and tasty.

Thats all for now..hope u guys find great places to eat this coming New Year's eve... Here's a tip...potluck.. ;-)

5 comments:

stalker 0123 said...

booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo muhahaha.. go there makan tak ajak me.. tats y the food sux :P

Pearly said...

wat's with the "AITE"? please la
food sucks everywhere in Malaysia....name me one place that really maintains it good food for a decent period of time.......cant think of one personally....

b@wee said...

come to kuching and complain about our food, I'll throw you to the headhunters!

Pikachu said...

i thought that place chap lap dy.. it used to be by the side of the road.. didn't know they move to one temple dy..

Paul said...

hey b@wee i enjoyed the host of Kuching food i found when i visited twice two years back... Especially the 'kolok' mee. I couldn't bring myself to have the 'kolok mien blocked arteries edition' after noticing that the extra pork oil actually turns the soft white coloured mee a heart stopping (literally) red...

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