When we were dining at Adai a few weeks back, noticed that a few doors away directly at the five foot way of the 7-11 shop there was this open air stall which had a larger crowd than the shop I was eating at, so guess this make it pretty noteworthy lor..and hence, why we were here.
We weren’t too sure what to order, and asked the waiter to recommend something and we agreed on : Thai style Fei Chow fish, Fu yue ( fermented beancurd) vege and pineapple chicken. For drinks they have home boiled chrysentimum tea and also cincau.
1 thing very commendable about this place, service was very fast. The dishes started to arrived when we hadn’t even warmed our seats.
First up- fu yue vegetable – the cook had been kinda heavy handed with the salt and the vege was kinda tough , it takes a bit of chewing..no wonder a cow has 5 stomach..err..or was it 4 ?
It was a nice surprise when the pineapple chicken arrived, it was somewhat unexpected to us that an open air warong took pain in presentation of the dishes ..the deep fried chicken pieces atop banana leave came in a halved pineapple ..ada class mannnn. The bite-sized chicken pieces were deep fried to a crisp accompanied by pieces of pineapple. This was quite tasty, there were some slight tinge of spiciness in a sweet-sour thick gooey gravy. ( the other version is pineapple pork ribs)
Thai style feichow fish – the fish was deep fried and coated with Thai style chili sauce, which gave it a sweet-spicy flavour, this was pretty ok too but maybe a tad too dry as there were not much of gravy.
There were no signboard, so I had to ask a waitress for the name of the place, judging by the crowd ( there were ~12 tables, and all of them taken up) this seemed to be a reasonably popular place. The bill came to RM42 ( including 3 drinks and 2 rice) which we all find to be reasonable.
We find that all the dishes that we order had rather strong flavours ( including the vege which was kinda salty). Overall an ok meal
Off Jalan Brunei, Pudu
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Location, from old airport road..get yourself onto the road leading to Pudu, go straight, turn right at the junction when you see Caltex, go straight, at the second junction turn right and look out for the 7-11.