Saturday, June 2, 2012

Kah Heong Chicken Rice Restaurant - (SS14, Subang Jaya)


Two Kah Heong (SS14 & SS18), both super famous, nevertheless, I can't tell if both are from the same family. I really don't know, perhaps you should find out from those residing in Subang Jaya. What I was told is that SS14 Kah Heong has out beaten the other, is still leading and one which I must try too. Okay. Why not? Not very far from where I work, but driving in Subang Jaya on the whole is madness. Don't waste your time, if you don't mind walking in our hot weather, make sure you carry an umbrella, for at least protecting your skin from sunburn, and you never know, it may from nowhere start raining. Our weather is also unpredictable as some Malaysians I know. We walked on the overhead bridge, thank god, no drug addicts waiting around, then again, you can't really spot who is an addict, because all of us look normal from the outside.


By  12.00pm, we were already seated in Kah Heong's cramped dining area. Nothing special, back to back chairs knocking, just sit still without fidgeting, all will be fine. Menu came by, we decided and we waited. Instant service. By the time you have not even warmed your butt, food will arrive. The call in Kah Heong is chicken little or chicken big, emphasis is definitely chicken, you still have options between their, not really a huge selection, but you won't be deprived. For the three of us, we called for Ipoh Hor Fun (Chicken Kuey Teow Soup), Curry Laksa, Roasted Chicken Rice and for "sharing is caring", Bean Sprouts Soy Sauce. Hor Fun is basically a noodle dish. Kuey teow/flat rice noodles, prawns, poached chicken pieces, long beans, chives/kucai and chicken broth. Tasty. Yes. I must agree, it will explode higher up once eaten alongside chilli dips and birds eye chillies.


Curry laksa consisted of yellow noodles in, obviously curry/spicy coconut milk broth, tofu pok, veggies and cockles, whereas roasted chicken rice set is roasted chicken in a light soy sauce, accompanied by chicken broth flavoured rice. Both my friends who tucked into these two dishes had nothing else to say, except that its tasty. You know right how we Malaysians describe food? Okay or nice. That's it.


Crunchy bean sprout in soy sauce, garnished with spring onion and fried shallots, is ever forever a fab. Where ever actually, this one in Kah Heong too shouldn't be doubted.
Good meal. I think we Malaysians are always comfortable over such dishes in Kah Heong. The pleasure is always ours, meal in Kah Heong is affordable as well (RM27.00),  pay your bill at the counter before walking out.  


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12 comments:

  1. I love the hor fun. usually I go to the k.damansara branch

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  2. The curry laksa looks watery.

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  3. Sorry this place didn't blow you away, but a good deal is nice, too :)

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  4. that chicken rice is something that i'm surely missing...hmmmm.

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  5. A shame this restaurant did not turn out to be over amazing my friend!

    Cheers
    CCU

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  6. i rarely go to SS14 but i love the soy sauce in the chicken :) delish!

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  7. The food looks and sounds great even if you didnt think it was so wonderful!

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  8. It's a shame it wasn't brilliant but at least you know!

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  9. The food looks quite good in pictures at least!But obviously you tasted it :)

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  10. Not good that the place was a bit of a let down... Now you know.

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  11. I like the hor fun! Looks nice. But I'm really fussy when it comes to chicken rice.

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  12. Sorry it didn't meet up your expectations, Nava!

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