Monday, 2 June 2014

Sunday Date, Out For Dinner

I had a hankering for satay last night and off we went to Presint 17's Taman Warisan Pertanian food court to enjoy some Haji Samuri Kajang satay.
No fancy/exotic meat that night. Just beef. 15 sticks each of us. ^^

The other stalls had finally re-opened after months of "upgrading" and had some Sup Tulang too.
And for drinks/desserts, leng chee kang. Mau kasi cool badan mah. hihihi
A nice dinner with the family. Had earlier though of going for some coffee after dinner but was too full afterwards.

Burp.

Anyone looking for this food court, it's just a stone's throw away from Alamanda mall.

24 comments:

  1. Satay. Sup Tulang. Len Chee Kang.

    ah!! that is satisfying enough dei.. satay and sup tulang heaty, len chee kang cooling.. smart combination that is..

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    1. but i would like to comment that most of the len chee kang sold now are not authentic ones, authentic ones using very traditional ingredients in the soup are hardly find.. there was no colorful jellies, no colorful sago etc but things like dried persimmon slices, beans etc.. and the soup itself, is not something like air mata kucing, but plain sugar water..

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    2. Burp. ^^

      I had a "bak chang" just now.. Happy Duanwu Festival (Dumpling Festival) to you though you don't celebrate :)

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    3. So how many days are you indulging in makan bak chang? :)

      The leng chee kang, at least the one I had, had no colourful jellies la. All fungus, red dates, kacang and stuff only.

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  2. that was nice..yesterday I was at both mid valley and 1U..

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    1. I'm sure you had lotsa fun :)

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  3. When I was pregnant, I was craving for Kajang satay but we never got the chance to eat it. Now my baby dah 9 months old, STILL belum dapat makan satay! >_<

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    1. Oh dear!

      That is sure a looooong wait!

      Go makan satay already! ;)

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  4. I see the satay, i very excited, as i like satay, hehe...

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  5. Better satisfy all food cravings this month, supaya nafsu makan tak meronta2 bulan puasa nanti...ermm..more like kurang meronta2 ..eheh..eheh

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    1. Kan? hahaha

      dah bulan pose dah kena restraint gitu ;)

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  6. It's been a long long time since I had soup tulang ! Miss it !

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    1. Come. Let's go eat. I eat here. You eat there. LOL

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  7. What a delicious family makan outing you had. Look at your handsome boy slurping the icy dessert! Yummy!

    So you ate Satay Kajang in Putrajaya. I am wondering what makes a satay to be called Kajang styled?? Many sellers are using this label too.

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    1. You need to visit the satay museum to learn la... ;-)

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  8. Wow! You all ate 15 sticks each! What a good appetite you had. I normally could take no more than 10 sticks. Wow!

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    1. We didn't eat the nasi impit. Can la :-D

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  9. Yummm satay kambing Sahmuri pun sedap nih... Lama dah x pekena satay femes nih... Kuah kacang + sambal tuh yang killer... Oh, roti john Taman Warisan pon ramai org sanggup beratur panjang untuk beli... Simply irresistable ;D

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    1. #untungla sanggup beratur ;-)

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  10. I can see the satay dipping is abit different from Taiping one... I love satay, especially the chicken one, hehe~

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    1. That's why it's satay kajang not satay taiping! Lol

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  11. alamak...hungry dei..now have to cook instant noodle la

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  12. long time have not had satay kajang

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