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Makanan Thai Pek-Sak again!

>> Sunday, February 7, 2010

Date: 31 January 2010, Sunday
Venue: Makanan Thai Pek-Sak, Kg Baru Sungai Buloh (considered Shah Alam-Sg Buloh area)
Occasion: Dinner with family

I've posted about this place before. It's one of the few dinner places near my house that my family enjoys :) Food here is moderately priced (can consider cheap for the quality you're getting), the seafood is fresh (mainly fish), & the stir-fried ferns/"paku-pakis" veggie with dried shrimp belacan is our all time favourite!

Here's sharing with all of you some other dishes that we ordered, which are pretty good:


Claypot Pork Slices with Salted Fish/"Ham Yue Fa Lam Pou" (RM28.00/serving)
Excellent dish! I could think of the list of friends who would LOVE this dish....yums! The pork is half fat-half lean & the salted fish made the dish very fragrant. You'll have to expect this dish to be very oily, but I know of some people who would just love drizzling the oil on their rice :)

Stir-Fried Ferns with Dried Shrimp Belacan (RM20.00/large serving)
We ordered a large portion (which could nicely feed 6 persons, but the 4 of us "whacked" it up!) of this veggie as we just enjoy this dish all too much - "the more the merrier". Fragrantly fried dried shrimps with chilli & ferns are just perfect!

Steamed "Hong Jou" Fish in Teochew Style (RM32.00)
The flesh of this fish is slightly tougher, but I kinda liked it. My family, on the other hand prefer the usual "Red Talapia". The "teochew-style" steamed fish here comes with half fat pork slices, preserved plum, salted vegetables, tomatoes, chilli, & beancurd/tofu. It's a very appetizing dish & it's certainly a wholesome one too ;)

You'll find the map to the restaurant here. If you require further information of this place, do drop me a mail ;) I'll be more than glad to help... plus if you happen to eat there, let me know what you think about the food at this place!

General directions:
If you're coming from the 1 Utama toll:

- pass the toll & keep left
- take the left turn towards Sg Buloh/Kuala Selangor/Ipoh (it's the bottom, not the flyover)
- you'll pass by Sierramas/Valencia on your left
- you'll see "Damansara Damai" housing area where there are a number of apartments/condos on your left. Keep going straight.
- head all the way straight until you see the word "Shah Alam" on your left (it's quite a distance from the toll)
- turn left upon seeing the "Shah Alam" word.
- you'll pass by the army. Keep right.
- you'll come to a traffic light on your right to turn into Kg Baru Sungai Buloh. Turn right.
- go all the way straight & as soon as you see RHB Bank, the stall/restaurant will be right in front of the bank.


- Ruth

5 comments:

hApPy HapPy February 7, 2010 at 3:37 AM  

wow new look for CNY. I almost forget about this place. Anyway Happy New Year.

CUMI & CIKI February 7, 2010 at 8:42 AM  

time to visit Shah Alam soon for makan! yummie.. great write up, and love the claypot shot

PerutBesi February 9, 2010 at 9:56 AM  

->hApPy HapPy: HELLOOOO!!! Long time no see....thanks for dropping by ;)

->C & C: Hey, if you & some others would like to come over this side of the city for some food, let me know! I would love to introduce u all to some decent food places!!

Anonymous February 11, 2012 at 9:34 AM  

What happen to this restaurant?i was there last week
The restaurant seems like no longer operating. New hokkien
Restaurant operating at the side,whereby the food is not tasty at all.If not mistaken shop owner's wife very rude when we were asking on Pek San restaurant.Could someone advise where is Pek San restaurant currently located?their kerang Bakar is the best!

PerutBesi February 11, 2012 at 11:30 PM  

Anonymous: I didn't realize it's gone. Haven't been there for a long time since their prices shot up. I currently frequent Jeff Lee's Kitchen more...tastier food & not as costly too :)

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