Monday, May 10, 2010

Mun Kee Steamed Fish Head, Happy Garden, Kuala Lumpur

Hubby and I discovered this restaurant some time back, pretty much by random...we went to the pasar malam at Happy Garden and since we were in the vicinity, we decided to grab some dinner.
Seeng a large crowd at this (literally) road-side restaurant which coincidentally bears my granduncle's name, we decided to give it a try. We've been back several times since, and it is always crowded on weekend evenings, sometimes to the point of their steamed fish heads being sold out, so it is always a good idea to go earlier.

This time, we tried the salted egg, deep fried chicken wings (RM12.00). See the scrumptious bits of salted egg yolks sticking to the salty batter.....lovely! Since I absolutely love salted eggs, the crunchy and savoury taste of the chicken wings was a winner. Finger licking good!

 This style of steamed fish head is popular with customers who frequent this joint (RM20.00). A fleshy slab of freshwater fish head steamed/garnished with soya sauce, ginger shreds, sliced birds eye chillies, scallions, coriander  and garlic oil, this dish's simplicity belies its wonderful, tasty freshness. We try to eat fish is, after all, good for the brains. And when the craving starts, it's off to Mun Kee for us!

Fish Head King Steam Fish Head (Mun Kee)
New Happy Garden Food Court,
43-A (Gerai), Jalan Lazat 1, Taman Gembira,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.


Chinese Village Pasarakyat (Jalan Imbi),
No. 8, Jalan Melati, Off Jalan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Mobile : 016-2987876

We love the tasty freshness! 4-bams. 


Flower said...

Your blog looks superyummy with wonderful picture of dishes. It was nice going through your blog.

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