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Thursday, 22 May 2014

Auntie Sim Kitchen, Damansara Uptown

One evening we landed here. Initially wanted have Tiong Hokkien Mee but it was not open. What to eat leh?

Then Mamarazzi recalled Uncle TM recommended this restaurant and said their Olive Fried Rice is the best. Luck seems to be with us. As we neared the restaurant, a car pulled out from the parking lot.


The air-conditioning in the restaurant was rather cold that evening. So we sat outside.

Again, Mamarazzi noticed that they have 3 layered Tea. Ordered one. Hmm...this one was quite good. Enough umph for her to stay up late reading her books.

I play it safe by having orange juice. Yea...Maybe gonna have a cold or something coz was feeling cold.


Love their menu coz I can point to the photo and order. I pointed to this Prawn Noodles. Not spicy. Suits me. Mamarazzi said so plain nice meh? Just nice for me la. portion was a bit big. I can't finish it all.


Mamarazzi was excited when she saw that they have this mixed braised meat thingy.. The fancy name was Mixed Teo Chew Pork and Duck Combo.

Taste SUPER! I walloped an egg with Papa had the other. Mamarazzi loves the meat and intestine.

Papa ordered a bowl of porridge to go with this.


Mamarazzi pulak had their Olive Fried Rice. First impression. Why so little??? It was served in a squarish kind of bowl.

But when she dig dig dig....hey.,...actually the portion was normal portion leh....coz served in a bowl so the impression looks like small portion la.

Taste wise, really good lo. I end up asking Mamarazzi to give me some of her rice. Maybe that's why I can't finish my noodles.

When comes to payment time, Papa asked me to call the Boss. I called "Boss Kira" and the boss was a comedian too as he said "Bus Sekolah?" .

Yup...this is a good place to makan. Here is the address if you are keen to try it out :-


Address: 24 Jalan SS 21/58, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

46 comments:

  1. How was the olive rice ? Nice ?

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  2. Like the pasta.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. it may look like pasta but taste totally different. come have a taste. you may love it :)

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  3. Noodles look so GOOD! The three layered tea looks very delicious...we do not have such a thing here. Can you tell me how it is made? I would love to make some and try it.

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    1. Not very sure how it is made. think bottom was brown sugar, followed by condensed mil and tea

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  4. Aunty Sim Kitchen? Sounds interesting.. Maybe next time I shall open Aunty Ribbon Kitchen, kekekeke..

    The prawn noodles is dry prawn noodles? Where's the soup? Normally we eat at coffeeshop is soupy prawn noodles kan? This one look quite interesting wor.. Dry version.. Ooohhh, same here, I also love the mixed innards thingy.. MIL sometimes buy innards and added eggs inside.. We call it "lou mei" ahh, sounds rude, haha..

    Olive fried rice? First time I hear.. Janji sedap, kan?

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    1. sure boh? Make sure invite me for the opening ceremony ah

      This is the dried prawn mee. Duno ala which state in Malaysia

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  5. Olive fried rice? Not dabai fried rice, I guess? Oooooo...the duck platter!!! I like!!!! Super-like!!!!

    Your noodles, like kampua, I guess. Looks plain...but so so so nice. Right? Hehehehehe!!!!

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  6. Near my office! I must try, never been there. Just pass by only.

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  7. Like what also got one in this shop.. from prawn noodles to porridge and intestines.. :)

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  8. Hehe the boss so funny! Also, what is Olive fried rice? Never heard of it!! Did they use olives in the fried rice? Or they used olive oil to fry the rice?

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    1. maybe olive oil coz didnt notice olive in it unless it's chop up halus

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  9. I love that restaurant because they have signature dishes like that Olive Fried Rice, Fried Tofu and Koay Chiap Duck!!! The lady boss really knows how to cook very well and is always there daily. Their service is very attentive and good too because all family members are there to supervise. Their appreciative customers are regular families who come in big numbers always. Anyway the boss son is my friend but I get no discounts!!! Muahahahaha

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    1. Chehhh...ingat wanna jual your name can get discount

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  10. Gosh!! The mixed pork and duck is making me melt. And seeing the word "super" I am turning upside down.

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  11. The fried prawn noodles look nice to me. I prefer non spicy fried noodles because sometimes, too spicy might spoil the taste.

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    1. yea...normally mamarazzi will ask for "no cili"

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  12. The braised meat looks good with porridge!

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  13. wah, good also mah.. "choi yong sat mah, yin jii fei fook" (hahaha, i think Mamarazzi does not understand this), what Uncle SK wanna say is, missed something but then found another thing.. cannot try the Hokkien Mee but then lucky enough to try out Auntie Sim Kitchen - that legendary olive fried rice and also some decent three layer tea and braised pork duck combo to satisfy Mamarazzi's craving~~

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    1. very "deep" wor the saying. like kungfu drama.

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  14. the prawn noodles looks good mah, it looks like the Singaporean style fried prawn noodles woh.. may look plain but then i am sure it's very flavorful woh.. and the olive fried rice, hahaha!! Mamarazzi also complained small portion ah, maybe the bowl looks small but then very deep so can put a lot.. but maybe Small Kucing also shared that with Mamarazzi, so tarak cukup makan lah.. but good stuffs must be shared mah right??

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    1. now think of the olive fried rice already hungry liao.....

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  15. haha, the reply for "Boss Kira" is "Bas Sekolah"?? errr, Uncle SK cannot get the joke leh.. can Mamarazzi explain a little ah?? but then look at Small Kucing, like kena jerat by the boss and was laughing so happily.. so another good place for the Cat's Family to go makan now, Small Kucing sure would want to order for bill next time, haha~~ :D

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    1. He called Boss kira. The Boss heard Bas Sekolah...LOL

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  16. The olive fried rice reminds me of STP. Lol.

    the food looks good over here. I want that mixed pork and duck, can or not?

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  17. Olive fried rice looks yummy leh... hehe.

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  18. I can enter Malaysia for one month, maybe i should stay there for one month, and you bring me around makan ya, keke...

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  19. Can see Small Kucing laughing the "boss" punya joke ;)

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  20. Haha I can't get the joke. Why bus sekolah? Anything to do with boss kira?

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  21. Noodles tak spicy tak bagus laaaaaa

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  22. Olive fried rice? Sounds delicious!

    Haha, love J's face in the last photo, can tell he was laughing happily!

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  23. I would like to give the Olive Fried rice a try. Now days, it seems the restaurants we go to,... DON"T know how to make real fried rice. all they do is put soy sauce on the rice.

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    1. tsk tsk tsk.......must fry it in a wok woth hot oil then it will be fragrant

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