I can't be having mamak food for lunch everyday right? So it was the day to revisit my friend; the catfish. Usually demoted to the 2nd or 3rd tier of fish dining, this one however deserves your attention.
The dish of pecel lele hails from Indonesia and has been a mainstay here among the Malay population. But something tells me its not the easiest dish in the world to cook. Having to deal with a fish with strong bones yet come out with a crispy and crackling skin with soft tender meat must need special attention. Ann & Dila (sisters or mother and daughter?) serve their fish in this manner. Combined with an addictive and spicy sambal, its trully a 1-2 knockout punch!
They do serve a chicken variation and a few other dishes, but I would recommend nothing but this! The only downer is I'm not a fan of plain steamed vegetables :p Restoran Pecel Lele Ann & Dila is located in the vicinity of Perhentian Kajang, midway between Kajang and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).