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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

A Delightful Dinner at Restaurant Sri Melaka, Amcorp Mall

 Went to Amcorp Mall to last week. Then Papa said he want to eat Char Keoy Teow. Hmmm...evening where can find good CKT ?

Asked Auntie Florence. She said there is one that is pretty good at Amcorp Mall. It's a halal restaurant . Hearing Halal restaurant Mamarazzi was apprehensive a bit on how good the CKT can be.

However, Auntie Florence assured her that the Chef is very good at frying CKT. The food have enough "Wok Hei"

 Ordered for glasses of drinks. Two Lime Juice, Sirap Bandung with Cincau and Original Sirap Bandung .

 MMm...I enjoyed it very much. 

 See...Doc McStuffin said have to drink a lot of water.

 See I super strong or not?

 Tried the Lime Juice. Didn't like it. I preferred the Bandung.


 Mamarazzi's Yong Chow Fried Rice. Was around RM8 or RM9. Taste good to her. 

 Papa's CKT. Also around that price. True to what Auntie Florence had said, it tasted pretty good. Enough "wok Hei".

 Popiah. One of Papa's favourite. 

 Sleepy ah....

 Where is my food? Why Papa and Mamarazzi's one arrived already and mine have not arrive?

 Fuiyoh...no wonder la....so big plate of Cantonese Fried Noodles. Around RM10.

A lot of vegetables, seafood and chicken. They gave me fork and spoon to eat this. I don't know how to eat. In the end, Papa requested Chopsticks and spoon for me. The Jie Jie there was puzzled. Aren't fork and spoon easier to managed?

Anyway, the price was a bit high but the service and the food was certainly worth the price. This is our personal opinion la. Everyones taste buds is different.

When we were there, the service were good, friendly and attentive.

Here is the address if you are looking for some halal food with good wok hei.

G11-G12 Ground Floor, 18 Jln Persiaran Barat, Amcorp Mall, 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03 7956 1388

52 comments:

  1. wow,,small kucing can finish up that plate of noodles..

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    1. I love cantonese fried noodles..

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    2. Wenn

      80% finished la co the "liu" he didnt eat. The Papa ate the "liu " for him

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  2. I passed that outlet so many times on Sundays when I dropped by to check out the antique market prices. It was packed and I was undecided to eat there. So now you have convinced me that it is good. I think I will order the CKT and original sirap Bandung is my favorite!

    You know something? I went to look for Sirap Bandung in the whole of Jakarta, Denpasar and Bali. They had never heard of it. So I guess I should visit Bandung. It will be a joke if they also do not have Sirap Bandung in Bandung!

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    1. wow tan sri you are investing in antique?
      like those rich man .. nothing to do and invest in antiques..

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    2. TM- first time there. Ya prev, gone there saw many people too but see only. Not sure food good or not . since fren recommend then baru dare try la

      SP- LOL...TM rich man mah..you dont know meh

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  3. Funny. I always try to eat with chopsticks. It takes me forever, but it is fun. Rice is the toughest though. Easier to just shovel with a fork.

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  4. that variety of drinks seems so refreshing

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  5. popiah was called lumpia here in the philippines

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    1. what is inside the lumpia over there? Mecoy

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  6. i was drooling for that fried rice yummy

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    1. Ya...Mamarazzi drooling too when posting this

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  7. have a great day and happy blogging my friend godbless chao

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  8. So expensive... Doesn't look any different from the usual kopitiam stuff leh?

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    1. no leh...not like kopitiam ones...

      as you said looks can be deceiving. These were nice.

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  9. I've been to Sri Melaka in 1-Utama. I would say the food is quite good. The food you guys ordered are all my favorites :)

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    1. OOo 1U have this restauant ah> Seldom go there

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  10. looks delicious. You do look strong! Keep drinking your water.


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  11. last time working in Amcorp Mall, almost every week will have lunch there for once..

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  12. because back then not as many things to makan as it has now.. i think just a handful for us to rotate everyday.. but will be the same for every week!! haha~~

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  13. i remember they have something like the nasi goreng nyonya, quite nice one, i always order that one.. and lunch set was like RM10..

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    1. Okie will try that next time muahaha

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  14. hahahaha, drink a lot of water can become strong like a superman ah?? like that i am also very strong leh~~ :D

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  15. seriously. It don't look interesting to me..
    normally i seldom eat these food in this type of kopitiam...

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    1. it depend on taste la...some will like some wont like lor

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  16. wow! You better watch your diet,he!he!

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  17. Amcorp Mall was one of the malls that exist when I studied in KL. Don't know it can still survive after so many new malls coming up.

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  18. Sirap Bandung with Cincai? Cincau is it lol

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    1. cham...typo error...thanks for pointing out, Choi Yen LOL

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  19. We have Sri Melaka here in kota kinabalu as well. But, i think it wasn't under the same wing of the restaurant you mentioned here.

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  20. Its been ages since I went to Amcorp Mall. I would love to try the food at this place and I am sure they also have other types of local dishes. Am drooling over the noodles because this looks nice.

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  21. U're better with chopsticks?? Clever boy. Fork & spoon are better for my family. Hahaha!

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  22. means it is worth eh? Kuey Teow cost around that, hope it really taste good lol

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  23. Joshua knows how to use chopsticks? Woww, bravo boy!

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