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2012-10-10 14 views
Ever wanted to catch up on our very own oriental dishes? Then you might just find the right place at Sisters Kitchen, located at Menara Hap Seng There was this one afternoon where I followed another group of colleagues out for lunch. That was when I came across this scrumptious cuisine at this cosy ambience with purple theme. So just before the crowd started, we quickly ordered our meal and enjoyed all the way then, hehe. Seafood Cantonese Fried NoodlesIt resembled ‘Wat Tan Hor’ to me, but this
Seafood Cantonese Fried Noodles It resembled ‘Wat Tan Hor’ to me, but this dish came with one of the freshest ingredients like Tiger Prawn, Garoupa fsh, squid & cuttlefish. The fish fillet was very fresh and the prawns were succulent too. When all of this seafood mixed together in a platter, it created some tinge of seafood sweetness and thus was very delicious indeed. This also partially contributed by the soup base which was simmered with chicken bones, seafood and other choice ingredients for hours to imbue with that requisite sweetness.
Nasi Lemak with Signature Fried Chicken This is another signature dish from SisterS Kitchen. Fragrant rice is cooked to perfection with freshly squeezed coconut milk and pandan leaves. Accompanied by their piquantly spicy sambal, crispy fried anchovies, fried egg and peanuts, this is definitely a true Malaysian delicacy where resistance is futile in this case To complete the lunch on a sweet local note, we called in for that famous Cendol. It’s towering tall indeed above all, haha. The cendol and red bean were beneath the shaved ice which is densely immersed with coconut milk. On top on that, Gula Melaka was also drenched adequately and finally garnished with few pieces of chewy Longan. Yum Yum!