Friday, January 22, 2010

Teochew Porridge @ Sun Seng Fatt, Seapark, Petaling Jaya

simple satisfying porridge

Wind down the week with a little comfort for the soul - a bowl of Teochew porridge. While this place may not serve the best ever braised duck nor intestines, it still remains a favourite stop over point for me.

a must is the clams dish - here it is fried with dried chillies

Located right opposite Seapark Market, this is where I gravitate for my ultimate tummy soother. When times seem turbulent, a bowl of hot porridge drizzled with the braised liquid from intestines or pork belly always seem to make the day a little brighter.

Braised pork and intestines, assam fish and fried long beans

I often find the selection here irrestible - all stacked up in these round metal trays. One dish is never enough and I often find myself ordering more than enough to feed an army! The assam fish is a light tangy version of the thickish Nonya version. Nevertheless its light taste is a boon to the simple porridge. Then there's another firm favourite - clams or more appropriately lala. It's a must-have dish for me whenever I spy it. Sometimes you find cockles stir fried in the same manner with dried chillies to add a fiery spice.

devil's curry noodles to tempt you down the sinful path

Once you have purified that tummy, how about a little indulging at the end of it all - a rich coconut milk laden curry from the same restaurant. Known as the Sisters Curry Mee as it's run by the Wong sisters, this place made
the newspapers quite some time back or else I wouldn't know about it. They also have branches in Puchong. At night, this corner coffeeshop transforms into the famous Nasi Lemak/Fried Noodles mamak and a bak kut teh stall.

Have a good weekend everyone and remember to chill out!

Restoran Sun Fatt Kee
Opposite Seapark Market
Petaling Jaya

(Non Halal. Open daily from 9am to 3pm)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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PureGlutton said...

Oh yes, I love this place and miss it terribly now that my office has been relocated to BU. Had been eating their for umpteen years whenever I felt like having Teochew porridge for lunch - the lady boss there knows me by sight, LOL! Just love love their kembong fish with chilli padi!

KY said...

ahhhh the intestine n belly. *slurps*

Unknown said...

one of my regular lunch spots. agreed on the kembong with chilli padi. another must have. also their lobak, spam, omelette, salted veg, salted fish, etc

and yes, the must have is the kung pou lala.

foodbin said...

like the curry mee with extra beef brisket.

Ciki said...

lovely.. great pix boo and glad it's the start of the wkd!

Unknown said...

Having a most lethargic one, boo.
But moving along fine. Happy Weekend to you.

Maybe I'll go for some tummy-warming porridge with a block of 'fu yee' instead.

Chaokar said...

i want that curry mee now.

eiling lim said...

I could really do with some porridge now... I'm so craving for it for sometime but has yet to eat any!

Hazza said...

This place has got everything I love! Must pay a visit next time I am in town!

UnkaLeong said...

Ahh...One of my favourite places to get Curry Mee!

adrian said...

Just went to try it.
Nice.... Like it.
Is hard to find nice curry noodles and now can find it at Sea Park.

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