Ah Lim Seafood @ Kota Kemuning
AH LIM SEAFOOD has its origins in Tanjung Tualang, Perak, a place famous for its udang galah or blue fresh water prawns. The restaurant, formerly at Vest Inn Coffeeshop in USJ 16, Subang Jaya, moved into its own premises in Kota Kemuning in May 2006.I remember reading about this particular dai chow in one of The Star Metro's food review awhile back. This review is at least a month backdated hehe, sometimes I just lose the will (ie. lazy) to write anything on this blog!
Its founders, two Lim brothers from the Perak town, came to in the mid-1990s, worked with a number of seafood restaurants and decided to strike out on their own in 2001. Kuala Lumpur
(1) Fried crabs(in various style)
(2) Fried noodles with udang galah(sang har mein)
(3) Deep fried homemade bean curd with sauce
(4) Braised pork knuckles
(5) Fried intestines with dried prawns
(Excerpt from Rasa Rasa Malaysia)
Kam Heong Lala
Marmite Pork Ribs
String beans, okra, brinjal & petai combo
Salted egg fried squid
Tofu with minced meat
The dinner overall was satisfying. No complains on the food although we had expected the salted egg fried squid to look like the one at King Crab. Ah Lim's version is watery and I think it goes great with white rice. Both dry and watery version taste just as awesome!
Well, it is quite surprising to note that the eatery used to operate from the very same shop my aunt's noodle stall is at now. And discovering that it has affiliations with Tanjung Tualang, the place famous for its fresh water prawns in Perak. I think this just calls for another eat-out and we might just try out the dishes recommended on Rasa Rasa website.
Kota Kemuning's food scene is certainly coming to life!
Ah Lim Seafood
1, Jalan Anggerik Eria AU 31/AU,
Kota Kemuning, 40460 Shah Alam.
Business hour: 11-2.30pm; 5-11pm
Tel: 03-51213736; 012-2019210 (Candy Chai)
[disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are based on my personal views, tastebuds and preference and may vary for others. please dont sue me, i dont have money. kthxbye.]