Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Gulai Kampung

Remember my post about craving for some steamed fish and ayam masak lemak cili padi? 

Well, I sort of got to satiate my craving. Didn't indulge in either of the said dishes but I got my "gulai kampung" treat!

Son had an outing with his friends on Sunday so it was a date-day for us. 

For lunch, since we were in Bangi; we stopped at Restoran Gulai Kampung which is located a few blocks away from Bangi's McD.

The restaurant has a lot of varieties such as patin masak tempoyak, asam pedas, fried chicken, sup tulang and masak lemak dishes.
 We chose keli salai masak lemak, which cost us RM6.
And daging salai masak lemak for RM10 a bowl (can feed three).
The masak lemak were good and we finished everything, up to the last drop of the gravy, but I do wish they are more generous with the rice serving. It was too little for RM1.50 per plate. Hihihi

The sambal belacan had a powerful kick and I can't even finish it. Hahaha

All in all, a rather good meal.

We were there shortly before 12.00pm on Sunday and it was still quite empty. The restaurant filled up pretty quickly shortly after. 

16 comments:

  1. I love Malay food! I would be right at home at Restoran Gulai Kampung. Ya lah, this type of food need plenty of rice!

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    1. Right? Otherwise, mana syiok. ;)

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  2. Now that I have retired, I miss the Malay authentic food.. the ulam and the gulai... Must go hint to my colleagues for their homecooked food! hahahaa..

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    1. Early retirement or what? U look so young!

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  3. I loves malay foods , but then usually find that the malay mixed rice nowadays are expensive...

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    1. Everything also expensive now...

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  4. You just had delicious meals and I am curious to try this keli salai masak lemak!
    I am always game for all types of Malay food and never finished trying the wide variety.

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  5. I love Malay dishes as they are flavourful from spices. Now I am craving for masak lemak.

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    1. Hahaha

      I also made myself crave for masak lemak now. ;)

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  6. no steamed fish and ayam masak lemak cili padi but gulai kampong also jadi la..

    looks good and not expensive too!!

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    1. Yup.

      And its better if go with a big group too. :)

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  7. Heh! I had keli salai masak lemak too yesterday when I joined some Malay colleagues for lunch! But not here lah, it was in a place called Ayak Menjerit near my office (because the owner will shout our drinks orders out all the time). It was great!

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    1. Wahhh nice. :)

      The shop's name so funny lah! LOL

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  8. a bit far for me but oh well..you'll never know when the "wind" come and we will go there cari makan

    adui...see the fish...now feel like wanna eat Tempoyak ikan patin pulak

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    1. If you sampai Putrajaya, it's not far at all.

      Klang is farther. LOL

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