Saturday, February 12, 2011

Restoran Bubur Goreng, Taman Berkeley, Klang

Did further shopping after we had our tea session at Coliseum Cafe & Hotel, Jalan Tar and Jalan Masjid India, K. L.

And it's time for dinner!!

Uncle drive us all the way from Jalan Tar to his hometown, Klang (took around 1 hour to reach there with add on of traffic jams) just to have our dinner at Restoran Bubur Goreng (Direct translation: Fried Porridge Restaurant). It was quite special though, heard that they even got interviewed on Food TV show in town.

People in K. L. love to drive far from town to have their dinner and nice nice foods. And it's really tempting each time my parents' friends brought to nice restaurants around West Malaysia, just like the road trip to Negeri Sembilan to have crabs!! I miss their CRABs!!

Of course they have other options too... for those who does not love porridge. More to Chinese style of cooking.

The local blended chili (Belacan). For those who love spicy, it's a must try.

Green vegetables is a must have while having our meal. Too must meat wasn't a good idea. :)

Hokkien mee wasn't that nice at the restaurant and it doesn't look attractive either. No No No!

Here comes the signature dish :

- Fried Porridge (Bubur Goreng) -

Quite special and delicious to have. I think they took the plain porridge that they prepared earlier, took a portion of it and pan fried a while with some special ingredients like dry squid etc etc...

Two thumbs up!

For the first time I had Fried Rice Noodles with Crabs.

We can't find restaurants which prepares such dishes here in K. K., unless we request I think.

The crabs flesh was thick was it smells good. However, it's quite difficult to eat when the crabs were smashed and friend together with the noodles.

Thick crabs flesh, right?

It's kind of weird when they still uses the small "tukul" to smash the crabs while K. K. have small crab spanner to smash them. Normally, crabs were smashed earlier before it been serve.

My aunt had Mian Sien that she told us that it was nice.

Overall, the food was nice with a normal open air restaurant. I prefer their signature dish and the fried crabs noodles!

It does not cost expensive than the price in K. L., that's why people normally travel far from town just to have their meal. Furthermore, I heard that Klang have a lot of good food to eat! Bak Kut Teh also yummy!


32, 34 Lorong Lang,
Taman Berkeley,
41150 Klang.

Business hour:

5.30p.m. - 2.45 a.m.

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