Restaurant Leng Loong Seafood, Taman Equine
This is his second restaurant I heard. My foody friends were talking about him and his restaurants. His first restaurant serves more towards spicy dishes while this second restaurant is more ‘home feel’ as the food serves here aims to bring your memory back to home.
I’ve not dine at his first restaurant (Restaurant Fu Li Lai, Bandar Puchong) but my foody friends had and when they invited me to join them to try out his latest ‘baby’ here in Equine Park, I am all go!
Leng Loong Seafood Restaurant.
Newly opened at Equine Park, Seri Kembangan and already I heard he has plans for his third restaurant!
Golden Sands Fried Rice
While we were busy deciding on what to eat, we decided to get fried rice for the kids first because they are already hungry. I’ve not had fried rice in a restaurant for a while now but I must say this is so good that we adults ended up having a couple of bites too coz it was quite a big portion for just two kids to finish.
We were then introduced to the chef who hails from Leng Loong. Leng Loong is situated in Perak, near to Kuala Kangsar. They are famous for their noodles which we were all eager to try.
The chef showed us the famous alkaline-free Leng Loong noodles that can only be found in Leng Loong Perak at the moment. According to him, they have to make frequent trips back to his hometown to get them.
He then quickly whipped up the noodles for us.
Tah dah! Leng Loong Homemade Noodles with prawn, pork, fish cake, vege and lots of lard. Best taken with Leng Loong special sauce. The noodles are just of the right texture and size. Not too thick nor too thin. They are well coated with sauce and the generous lard makes it very fragrant.
Old Cucumber Boiled Soup
A rich, nourishing and hearty Chinese-style old cucumber soup with chicken feet for that added collagen. Chicken feet is also good to curing joint pain hence this dish is popular when dining with the elderly.
Leng Loong Kong Xi Claypot Fish
Red snapper split down the middle into halves, cooked in claypot that gives that lingering fragrant aroma of ginger and golden garlic.
Kong Xi Tau Pok
We had this tau pok soup. Tau Pok is a a type of tofu that is deep fried until they are light and airy inside. For this the tau pok is cut in half and filled with minced meat.
Generously filled with minced meat making each piece a very filling one. I was hooked to their Leng Loong sauce and dipped this tau pok in it too.
Kong Xi Rice Wine Claypot Chicken
This dish was served bubbling hot before us. Can you see the bubbling gravy? I tried my best to capture the bubbles before the hot steam fogged up my phone lens.
Yes, all my pictures are taken using my phone. I don’t believe in carrying a big ass camera when dining. I like to keep it as real as possible. What you see is what you’ll get.
Rice wine claypot chicken reminds me of confinement food but here, you don’t need to give birth to a child to be able to enjoy this heart warming dish. To feed a lady in confinement, old ginger is usually used as it is more potent. But because this dish here is to feed ordinary people, young ginger is used as young ginger is nicer to be eaten. Old ginger is very fibrous and does not go well with many.
Kong Xi Stir Fried Stinky Bean
My favourite! Stinky bean is not exactly a glamourous name for these precious beans but I tell you, they are one of the best beans around. They have been proven to aid in everything from lowering blood pressure to relieving stress and warding off heartburn so yeah, what you waiting for?
From the beginning of our meal until before this dish was served, I managed to stay away from white rice but as soon as I see this stir fried stinky bean aka PETAI I just lost it. I just had to have a bowl of hot steamed rice and eat like there’s no tomorrow. The crunchiness of the bean together with the gaseous sensation erupts inside my mouth with each bite. There goes my diet…
Golden Salted Egg Prawn
A traditional chinese recipe of prawns stir fried with butter and salted egg giving it a golden yellow and sandy texture. A scrumptious dish to have at reunion dinners.
Kong Xi Fried Pork
You can’t go wrong with pork belly. It is always the crowd pleaser in any party. The beautiful soft flesh with crackling crisp skin left me wanting for more.
Asam Steamed Talapia
Last but not least, we have this sexy looking asam fish. Just look at it pouting its lips at you! This dish is their best seller over at their first restaurant so they are sharing it with their patrons here too.
For dessert we had this refreshing milk pudding. By now we are bursting at the seams and stuck to the chair we sat on…
This is their Chinese New Year menu. It is advisable to make prior bookings to avoid disappointment.
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