Saturday, January 12, 2008

Welcome To The Koh's Family

Here i welcome you all to Koh Family Restaurant. This is located at the newest food heaven that is available, which is Bandar Puteri, Puchong. What is the good part of this area? The food is good, plenty of parking spaces, and most of the restaurant is clean. It is so happen i entered this restaurant because i had been craving for Chinese food that time.

Take a look at the interior of the restaurant. As you all can see it quite simple as in there is no fancy table and chairs around. They decorated their shop with some Chinese material stuff such as Chinese Calligraphy Art, pictures and paintings. This place is not air conditioned but it is pretty cooling inside.

Next i ordered what i wanted and the menu i picked was all simple dishes. The ordering part can be a real test because the lady that entertained me was speaking Mandrin to me. Luckily i manage to use whatever knowledge i know in Mandrin and i successfully ordered my meal. Hopefully she really understand what i told her.

My mom and dad drinks; From the left: "Fruity Cincau" and "Tropical Sour Plum"
"Fruity Cincau" is like any ordinary Cincau drinks you can find but the put some Nata De Coco in it to give it a fruity taste. The sour plum drinks is just taste fine to me and there is nothing special about it.

What happen when Apple meets with sour plum? We get my drink our here. If you can figure what drink i am drinking it is pretty obvious. "Apple Sour Plum". The sweetness of apple juice and the taste of sour plum. What can i say? It is simply just refreshing.

As for the food we just ordered 3 simple dishes, consisting of fish dishes, a "taofu" dish and a vegetable.

Our first dish, the "Fried Brinjal with Salted Fish". This dish is really good and it is not easy to be cook at home also. Once my mom tried to experiment on her dishes and she deep fried the brinjal. Her brinjal does not turn out that well as it absorb all the oil and become really soggy. In this dish, the brinjal is not soggy and it is pretty dry. Wonder how they do it?

This is "Thai Style Fried Bean Curd". This this is the killer. The Thai sauce is opens up your appetite and makes you eat more. The Bean Curd is fried like the "Taofu Bakar" we can find at any hawker store, crispy and crunchy.

Lastly our last dish, " Kerabu Promphet Fish". I normally dislike eating fish but this time i got to make a exception. This fish is delicious. The fish is really crispy and it goes well with the "Kerabu" . It may be a little spicy because it have some cili-padi in it but it is okay if you be careful and not to eat the cili-padi.

Overall all the dishes and the drinks sum up to a total less then RM 70, which makes it affordable. Here are the details of the restaurant.

Koh Family Restaurant
No. 1, Jalan Puteri 5/8
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Puchong, Selangor

Tel No: 03-80619621

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