Satay Sri Melaka was the last leg of my satay hunt in KL. Thankfully it was as good as the reviews say it is so we are glad our little hunt ended on a high note. Satay Sri Melaka operates from a stall in a 'warung' in Lembah Keramat and it's obvious that they are the most popular one.
I have probably driven past Tanjung Malim a few tens of times, but it was only last weekend that I decided to make a quick stopover to check out the town for some grub. Yik Mun is undoubtedly the most popular eatery in town - famous for their homemade steamed buns, coffee and Chinese-Muslim fare.
Besides Daily Burger, Wira seafood restaurant is another worthy place to dine in Taman Sri Gombak. In business since 1980, Wira is known in town for serving fresh seafood at affordable prices. Ikan bakar, nasi lemak and kerabu are some of their signature dishes. More importantly, the prices are as low as they can be expected to be.
Continuing our food discovery in Kampung Baru, this time we found ourselves at D'Lala Seafood. Compared to the other restaurants within the same area, D'Lala is slightly more upclass and the premise was converted from a traditional Malay house. Our first impression was that "wow, this place is seriously clean!"
If you ask me where to get the best satay in KL (note: Selangor excluded, especially Kajang), my answer would be Pak Din satay in Gombak. It took me almost a year to come up with this conclusion, one that I could only make after tasting all the well-known satay restaurants and stalls around the city. The list includes Satay Station, Zaini Satay, Nur Satay, Hj Senen of O Mulia, Klasik Satay, Satay Sri Melaka of Datuk Keramat, Zainah Ismail, Kasim Satay, Sen Kee, Sate Atok and many more. So you know I am pretty darn serious about this.