Thursday, February 5, 2015

Typical Chinese Dishes

Monthly dinner with my in-laws at a clean air-conditioned eatery that serves normal "home style" dishes.

My favourite - broccoli, mushroom, tofu, beancurd thick sheets (tou kan), carrot - MYR16 

Mixed vegetables (cabbage, mushroom, carrots, spring onions) stir fried with glass noodles (tong hoon) - MYR14 

Kai Lan stir fried with garlic - MYR15

Steamed tilapia fish with ginger gravy - MYR33

Pork Ribs and Pork Tendon Claypot - MYR36

Total bill came up to MYR129 inclusive of rice and hot chinese tea (free hot water refills). Sometimes they serve fruits like papaya, pineapples and watermelons on the house at the end of the meal. Best thing is they accept credit card payments so patrons can accumulate some reward points by eating here.

德記美餚飯店
Restoran Teak Kee
6-0-16, Block 6, Meadow Park, Jalan 1/130,
Taman Gembira, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur

26 comments:

  1. the first dish is also my fav! i think my parents would like such selection of dishes too, coz they are not spicy or fried.

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    1. Your parents must be eating very healthy food.

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  2. I like the second veggie and the last meat dish.. Can eat a lot of rice with the meat gravy.. Yummzzz..

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  3. That first plate looks like something that would quickly become my favourite too!

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  4. That sure does not look home-style...or not what we would eat at home normally, that is. Everything looks good. Veg dish RM15? For how many people?

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    1. Some people do cook like this at home but not you and me, I guess. We asked for the smallest portion of vege dish - should be for 4 person.

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  5. The food looks good to me. I like that steamed tilapia.
    Pretty healthy selection.

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    1. but do you like the ginger sauce/gravy?

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  6. oooh, your favourite - broccoli, mushroom, tofu, beancurd thick sheets (tou kan), carrot - is also my favorite.. this place is just nearby my office when I seevthe address, but I have no idea where, haha!!

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    1. Eh, I thought your office is near KLCC.

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  7. Your favorite is my favorite too, if based on the selections in this post!

    Eh, I thought most eateries (except for stalls) in KL do accept credit cards already?

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    1. Hahaha, you must be eating at those restaurants in KL then. This place cannot be considered a restaurant, more to a tai chow with air-cond.

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  8. The 2nd, 3rd and last dishes sure look like ones you can whip up at home. I especially like the 2nd vege dish...you've given me an idea with this combination!

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    1. Oh, please share with us your dish on your blog.

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  9. My favourite is the first dish too!

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    1. I thought you are a meat person?

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  10. You people really heart your veggies haha. If I eat with my in-laws, they won't order a single veggie dish out of the, oh, 7-8 dishes. My family will order ONE veggie.

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    1. Wah, your in-laws can order up to 7 to 8 meat dishes - where to find so many different type of meat?

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    2. Well meat as in including seafood. Then got sotong, lala, japanese snail, silverfish, spiky conch, bamboo clam, prawn, fish paste etc etc.

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    3. Oh, seafood, that's why can order so many varieties. My in-laws can't eat a lot of seafood due to high cholesterol.

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  11. Among all, I like the fish the most!!

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    1. You like to eat "gheong yung" - Cantonese for ginger paste?

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