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Monday, 8 July 2013

Kitch, Bandar Baru Klang

About two moons ago, we went to Bandar Baru Klang. It was near lunch time. Don't know where to eat and ngum ngum a staffs at the company where we went said this Kitch cafe/restaurant have nice Nasi Bakar(Burning rice?)

Hmmm I wonder what is Nasi Bakar.

Very unique looking sort of Menu. Written on a piece of management diary paper and then the laminated it.

Wah...decoration also unique leh

Got a cozy corner where they have books, Board games and magazine.

I wanna check out to see if they have any toys but Mamarazzi said don't touch wor....*sulks*

But terbalik, she went and look at the books. 

They have some yummy reads there

Mamarazzi ordered Nasi Bakar. Wah lau eh...it came in a big steel bowl. Mamarazzi had not seen these type of bowl since they were being used by her granny leh. Wondering where did the restaurant managed got buy so many of them.

Very unique.


Opened up the banana leaf...it's the Rice with chicken meat. Mamarazzi tasted it. Hmmm....she doesn't like it coz not used to it..

Papa had a taste. Hmmm ...for him it was okay.Could it be that they  used or mixed plain rice with glutinous rice? Not sure but Papa tasted it and it seems like its have glutinous rice. Mamarazzi thinks Papa like it coz it's like Nasi Dagang la




Papa had the Ayam Penyet set. Wah lau eh...where is the ayam? There...penyek under the kicap bowl. The Chef certainly have humor.

Hmmm...does not feel like the Indonesian Ayam penyet. Maybe different way of cooking or roasting..

 
Came one more set of Nasi bakar. It was Auntie Florence's ...she seems to enjoy it very much.


Me leh....once again my food came last.




Aiyo.....all the plates so big. Not enough space la on the table. See! so big plate of noodles for me.

 
But I LOVE the noodle leh . They are soooo delicious. Usually I hate spicy food but this round mamarazzi saw two Cili padi in the plate but I did not complain about spiciness wor. Hmmm...she said looks like if the food suits my taste, even how spicy also I would eat.



These....errr...what was its ah.....dies...duno.....have to ask Papa......

Here is the address if you wish to try out the unique food here. Lovely environment . As for the taste ...well...it depends whether it will suit your taste buds or not.. :-

27G, Jalan Tiara 2B, Bandar Baru Klang, Klang

67 comments:

  1. Nasi bakar!!!! What a funny name indeed! Muahahaha
    That was the first time I cooked rice with pot over fire and made Nasi Bakar instead! No talent needed!

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    1. Eh! This is interesting to hear that rice wrapped in banana leaves with chicken meat. Mmmmmnn..

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    2. Wakakaka...next time wrap the rice in banana leaf first..if you dont have maybe ask pisang to soated some for yoi...at least this way yoi wont hv to scrub the pot so hard leh or throwaway the pot

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  2. OMG!!! You guys could go all the way to Klang to simply eat lah...What an adventurous cat family.

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    1. We sesat to klang la..git something to do there...hungry so makan there lor...

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  3. I am also curious to know how the Ayam Penyet tastes. Just need to use kicap bowl and press?? What if Kaldip sat on it? It becomes Ayam Kemek!!! Muahahahahaha

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    1. Lol....

      Nah not penyet with kicap bowl la...

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  4. Hi There, What a unique cafe/restaurant.... Neat that it has a book corner... Was it hard to get the little one to want to leave the books and eat????? ha----probably not since he loves those noodles!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. He wanted to play the board games there

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  5. Not cheap. Looks like the usual cafe stuff...should taste all right but nothing like the real thing.

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  6. nasi bakar? First time I heard of it too!

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    1. Our firstctime too hence was surprised

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  7. wow, i rarely see a resto with a book corners,
    on which you can read books for free
    i saw one but it was a bookstore and a resto at once
    so reading books would cost you additional price

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    1. Ooo have to pay extra? Hmm that is not good

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  8. that noodles on the big plate seems
    yummy and it was huge in servings so it was a plus plus
    for me haha

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  9. but the last dish which seems like a patty
    seems yummy too, i bet i could go with bread and
    rice

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  10. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take the bets of care and god bless you

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  11. Too bad we far away, if not we can be eating kaki, kakaka....

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  12. I have to agree that this is unique eatery. Certainly never heard of nasi bakar and also some of the rest. Let's see and if I am around this area, I will explore the much unique dishes on their menu.

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    1. Our first time there. Yhe concept of the restaurant was unique.

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  13. Good morning meow and Mamarazzi!!
    Nasi bakar, never try that before! Got strong bakar smell or not? :p

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    1. Eh the place provide a reading corner, so thoughtful and nice!

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    2. Hello hayley...:)

      No strong burnt smell wor. Yea...interesting concept

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  14. oh, nasi bakar, sounds interesting and i would also like to try that if i see that on the menu.. my first impression would be some kind of baked rice..

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    1. Yeah mamarazzi though so too but it was not

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  15. very cute menu handwritten on a piece of paper from the organizer and then laminated at the photocopy shop?? hmmm, cost-saving and kind of a unique gimmick also.. :p

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    1. No need to print so expensive lor ..otherwise will pass the cost to customers pulak

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  16. nice little cosy corner for the customers who would like to spend a quiet afternoon huh?? but alaaaaa, mamarazzi didn't allow small kucing to touch any toys and yet she raba-raba all her "toys" (book i mean) there.. so unfair lah~~ :D

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  17. hahaha, the big steel bowl!! wow, so retro and vintage lah.. i used to use that kind of plates to eat when i was a kid, now of course no more and rarely can get it from shops huh??

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    1. Now cant get anymore. Wondering where they got those. Would be nice to get some

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  18. actually looked not bad lah, at least that piece of chicken looked more appetising than that penyet one.. but i would also agree that the noodles seemed to be the best huh?? even with chili and small kucing didn't complain about it..

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  19. the place looks cool! I also want to try the nasi bakar. Smells good thinking about it!

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  20. Nasi bakar looks yummy may be Bananaz will like it. Lots of idea for menu this is pretty cool, it could be accidental as they run out of cardboard then haha.

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    1. Lol..then kira lucky for them la...save money from buying cardboard

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  21. I wouldnt mind trying the nasi bakar.. (poe loong farn) hahahaa... but I really dont like the sauce plate on top of the chicken.. so geli liow!

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    1. You can't eat la..you still under pantang period

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  22. The gravy for the noodle seem like quite thick like "glue" texture :P

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    1. Iys kike gravy for cantonese fried noodle

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  23. Wah! Nice place lah!

    I bet Mama Kucing wants to lepak there for hours. :P

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  24. Another wah!

    That steel bowl sure is nostalgic! ;)

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  25. That is really a unique type of rice but I think I will give it a pass and try the Aysm Penyet instead. lol

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    1. Maybe can trt both...they hv other dishes too but we didn't order

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  26. very special nasi bakar, next time must go there to try out.

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    1. And came home duplicate the recipe *wink wink*

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  27. The two pieces of cutlets in the last picture look inviting though having the sauce-holder on the chicken could be improved.

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  28. Hah! Hah! Hah! "penyek under the kicap bowl"

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    1. Mamarazzi jakun mah..never know about ayam penyet except for the chain restaurant here

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  29. I think I will like to eat this nasi bakar. Why doesn't mamarazzi like it? Does it have a burnt taste to the rice?

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    1. Coz maybe it was mixed with pulut....

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  30. Wah, the place looks like a library! The ayam penyat looks real crispy :)

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  31. Wow! It's a very nice and cozy place!
    Got many drugs, that's the most things attracted my eyes. hehehe....
    I wish I could have a cozy corner like that. :)

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    1. that was what caught Mamarazzi's eyes when she enter the place!!

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  32. The banana leaf dish looked so tasty actually. I've never seen those bowls before.

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    1. used to have these kinds of bowls in every household in the old days but now it;s hard to find

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  33. Fuyo, never seen such thing before in my entire life LOL! Nasi Baker, looking forward to try it... but i don't think we can find it in Penang eh...

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