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.
First, Happy Chinese New Year, to any of my chinese readers *if I hv one*. Back to writing. This time I want to write about one restaurant which is quite famous among my colleague and my lecturers during my schooldays at UiTM. This restaurant is located at Pusat Komersial Seksyen 7, Shah Alam, which is very near to UiTM Shah Alam second gate.
Again?! Yeah again, another Chinese Cuisine, but this time it was Chinese Muslim restaurant.
Restoran Haji Sharin Low Grand are very well known restaurant that served Chinese Muslim Cuisine. According to the paper cutting that they hang at the restaurant wall, they already have 7 branches in Malaysia. So, this one in Ipoh was one of their branches and I think they had made a good decision, coz Ipoh have quite a big Chinese community, and I presume that there are a lot of Chinese Muslim folks here and a pure Malay Muslim like me who’d loves to have Halal Chinese food~
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.
in Malay, Lagi-lagi Ayam Penyet @ Restoran Wong Solo, Seksyen 7, Shah Alam.
Ok this is just a quick and simple update, before I’m going to focus on my studies since the examination is around the corner. After this I will not updating this blog until my examination ends, which expected to be on the middle of May.
Anyway, this time I would like to share one more good Ayam Penyet restaurant for ya in Shah Alam. Some of my friends, who become very addicted with this dishes until they want to eat this food everyday!!! I also don’t know why they like Ayam Penyet so much~huhu.
The front view
This shop looks like it served authentic Indonesian foods in affordable price. To me, this restaurant is just-another-Indonesian-foods-restaurant. The only uniqueness is they offer quite a variety of Indonesian dishes.
Food: Quite Nice. But for me I thinks it just normal. The sambal is not very good for me. Seriously I don’t understand why some of my friends really love the Ayam Penyet here.
Anyhow, I had failed to try other dishes, I will do it later when I come again in future. From what I see on the menu there are sets for Ayam Bakar (Bako!!!), Bakso and other Indonesian signature dishes.
Environment: Just a typical normal restaurant for me. But there are some uniqueness, they offer a section where people can eat by sitting on the floor (like the Japanese style).
Price: Hurm, dunno what to say, you judge yourself. For the price of RM10.50 you get a set of Ayam Penyet with rice (see picture after read me) plus one small Mineral water. I think it was quite a reasonable price.
Anyway, nothing to babbling anymore, just enjoy the picture after the break.
p/s: Location map and GPS coordinate at the end of the post.