Zheng Kee is not a cheap place to be eating at. I feel it's important for me to highlight that immediately because we paid RM93 for a 4-pax lunch. I admit we ordered slightly more than usual but the price was still excessive with everything considered.
In order to have a decent tasting dry Bak Kut Teh, now we need to make our way to Segambut for Joe Wong instead. Another dish worth trying here is the Stir-Fried Sinew (pork tendon strips). Spicy, full of 'wok hei' and accompanied by an appetizing taste of dried shrimps, it is a simple yet brilliant dish.
Despite the obscure location, Kedai Makanan Kim Poh at Segambut is usually packed with customers. Most of their customers are loyal and provide repeat business. That explains why they are still going strong after being in food business for over 40 years. One could expect a simple meal here and there are only a handful […]
Segambut continues to surprise me with its offering of good food. Nasi Kandar Sadam is one of the busiest eatery in the area and it’s not hard to see why. Open for almost 24 hours a day, Nasi Kandar Sadam is frequented by the working class looking for a filling yet affordable meal. Besides nasi […]
Nestled deep in the heart of Segambut is a stretch of gerai makanan selling a variety of fritters, nasi campur, nasi kukus ayam berempah and many other traditional Malay food. One of the larger and more popular gerai is Kak Ton D’Condo‘s stall – a nasi campur joint with ikan bakar as their signature dish.