Kim Kee Seafood Restaurant 金记海鲜饭店 @ Taman Cheras (Yulek)

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Category : Cheras, Chinese Food

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A restaurant or a road-side stall?!

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Kam Kee Seafood Restaurant 金记海鲜饭店, a forever standing still dai chow place in this neighbourhood. We often named this dai chow as si tao poh (or lady boss in cantonese); that’s what we called the lady boss when we wanna place order or make payment. This dai chow has been here since… I can’t remember the exact day/year, but definitely more than 15 years. The reasons that keep us returning are the great Chinese fares they served and priced very reasonably.

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For this post, I compiled 2 of my very recent visits here. We tried to order different dishes so that I could share them with you guys. However, we repeated the Steamed Fish in Nyonya style; simply because it was very addictive. The fish was perfectly done, drenched with orangey-looking appetizing sourish sauce and some vegetable cuts such as tomatoes, eggplants, long beans… I could have a huge bowl of rich with just the sauce alone.

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Stir-fry snap beans with dried shrimps; something simple but filed with lots of wok hei

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Stir-fry bamboo clams in Kam heong style

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The glossy looking ribs 天津骨 (or literally translated into Tian Jin ribs, that’s how they named this dish) was served with fried mantao (or bun) that went great with the special sauce. However, we find the ribs was way too boney to our liking.

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On our second visit, we had the ma lai fung kwong 马来风光 (stir-fry kangkung with sambal belacan and chili). It was very fragrant, spicy and addictive. Something we Malaysians fancy.

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三味骨(or literally translated into Three Taste Ribs); drenched with mayannaise-liked sauce that has been enriched with the aroma from the curry leaves.

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菜香豆腐 Tofu was a little salty on its own but it went great with the fluffy white rice.

For the first visit, the bill came at about RM 100+ (we had fish, pork, vege and bamboo clams). On the second visit, we had fish, pork, vege and a tofy that cost us about RM 80. The portions they served were really huge and fully fed 5 of us.

Direction: If you are coming from Jalan Cheras Roundabout, drive yourself into Jalan Kaskas, after the traffic light and bhp petrol, turn left into Lorong Lobak and move forward a little. You will see the restaurant on the right.

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Comments (12)

Mouth-watering! I am sure my family would like these dishes too! 😀

Looks like a great place for dinner; with the wok hei and all 🙂
Oh, I totally get the addiction and the need to reorder the Nyonya style steamed fish because my family and I are having that addiction too:p It used to be Cheung Jing, now it’s always Nyonya style…and we just cannot get sick of it, I doubt we ever will:P
We tried another dai chow in Balakong, which also served very good dishes at reasonable prices too, I will share about it soon 😀

yes, we also love chinese fares that come with lots of wok hei. so, where is the dai chow place in balakong. looking forwards on ur post 🙂 hehe
and we tried this one in balakong, http://www.ivyaiwei.com/2011/10/hee-loy-fatt-kampung-baru-balakong-seri-kembangan/
which was really good! and priced affordable too

Bamboo Clam! Try BBQ.. Nice

The Steamed Fish in Nyonya style and the Tian Jin ribs look WONDERFUL! Definitely the type of dishes that I’d love 😀

Been there many years ago. Nice pictures again.

There is a restaurant at Kepong that serve great Nyonya style steam fish too!!!

Every dish looked so good even down to the vegetables… must go check out soon…great to know price is decent!! yay…

This is actually KIM KEE. Kam Kee is another restaurant nearby at Jalan Kuari Lama. 😉

Hahaha, pai seh lar. now only i noticed >.< thanks for pointing me ahh. i translated it from the cantonese. haha

Is the restaurant operating 7 days a week ?

Hi,
I am not really sure if the restaurant operating 7 days a week. so sorry about that.

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