Friday, November 17, 2017

Leng Kee Teow Chew Seafood, Taman Sri Gombak

A lunch for two and lovely fellowship. This shop is what I called the trinity of Tai Chows in Taman Sri Gombak. Closely situated with one another it gives us some choices. The healthy competition ensures fair pricing to the benefit of the consumers.

The other two Lam Chye and Sin Kee is well featured since I go there on a regular basis. Sin Kee is for those who want string taste while Lam Chye is more folksy and many dishes look homecooked. Lam Chye has the best premise for those looking for cleanliness and ambience. 

The Tau Tei Pomfret was excellent. Totally fresh and steamed to perfection. It allowed the meat to speak for itself. The meat is so tasty that the more the chewing g went on the tastier it became. No wonder those with some money fed their infants and toddlers with this fish once their cam take soft food.

The Kam Heong Lala was also fresh and juicy and the frying was done just right. An excellent cook that has proven his ss in the steaming and wok frying. With a right balance of chili powder and sauces this dish is a must order. 

Finally my yingyong order for my vege which is a combination or Choy Sum and Kai Lan. Again excellent stir frying. The vegetables are crunchy and still green like as though still brimming with chlorophyll. I hardly talk about my vege but these was eaten with relish. 

3, Jalan SG 1/10, Sri Gombak, Batu Caves

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