Imagine the above view while having your kampung style lunch, wouldn’t that be awesome?! Well, you can enjoy the serenity of paddy field view while having your lunch at this restaurant.
“Restoran Hamizi Selera Utara” is located at Bota Kiri, Perak which is around 40km from Ipoh town and located at the roadside of Ipoh-Lumut highway.
The view is not the only one that is interesting here, but the choices of the lauk (dishes) is another things that you should consider when coming to this restaurant. They have plethora of kampung style dishes to choose from!
Anyway, before serving you with the photos, let me give my verdict first.
Food:- Plenty of traditional Malay dishes to choose. In fact, there are several types of grilled fish to choose from. Its very delicious too~
Price:- The price is affordable.
Environment:- The serenity of the paddy field plus the kampung style dishes, what more can you ask for.
Anyway enjoy more photos below:-
Ayam Penyet or Lalapan Ayam is a simple delicacies from Indonesia. *Done claim*
Nevertheless of its origins, I, as a Malaysian, have to admit that we have found love in this Indonesian cuisine. The same way we all found love to our national food, Nasi Lemak. *Done claim too*
However, due to many love they received, Ayam Penyet has become too commercialized until it has lost its originality and become too fancy. What I mean is that, some Ayam Penyet has been modified to put extra side dish in it such as Terung Balado or Tempe etc in it, thus, it is not very simple as it should be (At least, that’s how I believe original Ayam Penyet should be?
Yes, lately I’ve been posting most of the restaurant at Section 7 Commercial Center, Shah Alam. You may refer my recent post here: Nasi Kukus, RZ Restaurant & Catering @ Pusat Komersial Seksyen 7, Shah Alam. | Thai Asam Fish Restaurant @ Section 7 Commercial Center, Shah Alam.
Perhaps because I’m ending my journey as a student at UiTM Shah Alam, so I decide to write a post of interesting food spot in Pusat Komersial alone because this area is quite famous among UiTM students/staffs/lecturers.
Okay, this stall was visited by me before I started my studies, so yeah, it’s been quite a long time. I thought I could write this up during my semester, but I just underestimated my course. :peluh1:
Well, the name of the restaurant does not reflect their location, it was located at Shah Alam actually. But yeah, Klang or Kelang town is famous with one of their signature dish which is Lontong. Lontong was a well known Indonesian food, among Javanese people. There are several types of Lontong, but the one that are famous in Malaysia is known as Lontong Cap Go Meh in Indonesia. Well, you can read more about it here on Wikipedia.
Do you love Chicken Teriyaki? Or have you ever heard about it before? For me, I love Chicken Teriyaki, I love the sweetness of the dish. When I had the Roasted Chicken Teriyaki at Jaya Jusco Bukit Tinggi Mall for the first time, I was like…Wow!! That was good~
But, be careful of Non-Halal Teriyaki Sauce.
I must precaution you that there are danger of Teriyaki marinade product at the market, as it may contain wine as their ingredient. The label of Teriyaki marinade product that I had identified to contain wine is Kikkoman which is sold at Tesco Hypermarket Malaysia. It was located at open shelf (in Tesco Extra Ipoh, but it may be mistakenly put there), so please be very careful guys, please check the ingredient first before you buy.