Sun Sea Restaurant @ Taman OUG

6 03 2010

I have blogged about Sun Sea Restaurant before this. Last week, I went there again for lunch. This time, we ordered the dried version of the pork mee. It came in a bowl of kuey teow noodle with black sauce and fried pork lard.

The soup is still one of the best I have tried so far.

I also tried the roast chicken rice which is equally good. The chicken meat is tender while the rice is cooked with chicken broth.

This is one of the best chicken rice I have tried so far apart from Kie Kee at PJ Old Town.

Restoran Sun Sea
Jalan Hujan Rahmat
Taman OUG
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Fish porridge @ OUG

1 02 2010

I always enjoy eating ‘tin gai’ porridge at OUG. Located at the corner of Jalan Hujan Rahmat Dua, the stall is opened at night with a picture of a cartoon frog on its florescent signboard.

What makes this place so special? The porridge is thick and the ingredients (a choice of fish, tin gai, prawns and etc) are fresh. Each order is individually cooked using claypot thus giving it better flavour.

I don’t really have the name of the shop but it is located next to Pino’s.

Here are the pictures of their fish porridge.

As you can see the meat is thick and fresh. The porridge costs RM 7 per bowl. The serving is really generous and will definitely fill up an empty stomach in no time!

Pino’s @ OUG

31 01 2010

I came across this Chinese coffee shop along Steven Corners at OUG selling… Italian pizza. As strange as it sounds, the huge banner display outside the shop is rather obvious and will certainly spark the interest of those who are walking along the walkway. However, don’t expect posh dining with fancy interior decos.

The shop apparently sells economy rice during day time. By around 7 p.m. the pizza stoves will be set up and a man (who looks like an Italian himself) dressed up in chef clothing will be busy preparing the pizzas.

Too bad I did not bring a long my camera that night but I managed to take some shots of the pizza when I packed it back home. I chose the Hawaiian pizza which costs around RM 15.

The taste wasn’t too bad either. The dough is crispy and thin while there are a generous amount of toppings on top.

Restoran Siew Thong
4, Jalan Hujan Rahmat Dua
OUG, Jalan Kelang Lama
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Sun Sea Restaurant @ Taman OUG

14 12 2009

I have fond memories of the delicious Pan Mee and Pork Noodles Soup at Sun Sea Restaurant at Taman OUG. Many years ago, I used to frequent this area  and never miss the chance to order either one of them. For your information both of the noodles are sold by two different hawkers under the same roof.

Located just opposite of the OUG market, throngs of customers are usually seen sitting down in this old coffee shop during lunch hours. I was lucky to get a seat today especially on a Sunday afternoon when most people are out eating instead of cooking at home. Don’t expect air-conditioning here as the place is a barebone restaurant with ceiling fans. While it is lacking of comfort, the tasty meals make the visit worth the sweat.

The large Pan Mee (RM 5.50) came shortly after we ordered. As you can see, fried anchovies are place on top of the noodles together with slices of mushrooms.

There were generous amount of seafood such as prawns and squid as well as pork.

The soup is tasty since there are so many ingredients cooked together with the noodle. Sun Sea Pan Mee has always been (in my honest opinion), the best I have tried in KL so far.

The Pork Noodles Soup is equally popular here. You can see many customers patiently queuing up for their take-away which is a sure sign of how good the business is. There were some pork lard on top which gives the extra ‘umph’.

The pork is tender and comes in chunky sizes.

They also put a lot of prawns and squids. For RM 5.50, it is definitely worth the price. I love the soup which is unmistakably sweet and tasty.

If you want to give this place a try, make sure you go there early. Don’t be surprise if you need to wait a while before the food is served.

Restoran Sun Sea
Jalan Hujan Rahmat
Taman OUG
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Vietnam Kitchen @ Plaza OUG

10 11 2009

While looking for a place to eat last Saturday night, I suggested trying out the food at Vietnam Kitchen. I have been to this place a few times before and  usually opted for their set dinner which is pretty tasty.


Nevertheless, variety is the spice of life and hence I decided to try the beef noodle (RM 12.90) instead which looks pretty interesting and came with chef recommendation.


Vietnam food are usually accompanied with a generous serving of fresh vegetables.


True enough, it was good. There were a few slices of beef and meatballs. The soup was flavoursome and didn’t leave my throat dry (an good indication that minimal or no MSG used).


My girlfriend took the Slice Chicken with Spring Vermicelli which looks really colourful. It was also very appetizing. The fresh taste of vegetables goes well with the meat.


Just as expected, Vietnam Kitchen has maintain its standard of food throughout the years.


Vietnam Kitchen
Lot G12, Ground Floor Citrus Park
Plaza OUG, Jalan Klang Lama
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 7980 3970

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