Showing posts with label Sabah. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sabah. Show all posts

Saturday, January 5, 2019

AH SOON KOR SS3 - SABAH TUARAN MEE AND SPECIALITIES DISHES

RESTORAN AH SOON KOR, 42, Jalan SS3/31, Taman Universiti, Petaling Jaya

For Sabahan in the Klang Valley, if you do miss Sabahan dishes can always head over to RESTORAN AH SOON KOR, 42, Jalan SS3/31, Taman Universiti, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. This place has been around for more than 6 years now,

Sabah Tuaran Mee, Sang Nyuk Noodles and Beaufort Mee

Here at Ah Soon Kor, they do serve a number of famous and popular Sabah dishes such as the Tuaran Mee, Sang Nyuk Noodles and Beaufort Mee. I was around the neighbour to taste out some of their specialities.

"AH SOON KOR SS3 - SABAHAN TUARAN MEE AND SPECIALITIES DISHES"


Ah Soon Kor Sabah Tuaran Mee

The first dish is the Sabah Tuaran Mee which have some resemblance to the wanton noodles but the key difference is the Char siew, Here in the Klang Valley, we are more accustomed to the dark red version while the Tuaran Mee is roasted with a fairly light reddish outlook. 

Besides the Char Siew, it is also topped with a concoction of Minced pork meat that gives the Tuaran Mee a special taste.

Ah Soon Kor Fried Ikan Basung aka Sardines

Next on, I was coaxed to try the Fried Ikan Basung. It was fried to a nice crunch and was crispy right to the bone. You can eat the fish head which has a nice crunchy texture. The dish is also served with a special sambal sauce that you can dip with but I love the natural taste of the fish with the crunchy feel.

While it was crunchy on the outside the fish meat is still tender and juicy. Frankly speaking, I had not tasted Fried Basung aka Sardines but this is a really nice treat with a glass of cold icy beer.

Ah Soon Kor Choy Heong Tau Foo

The next dish is the Choy Heong Tau Foo, the tau foo are in-house made fresh and moulded in a circular bowl form and fried to a nice brown outlook. It is then topped with minced pork meat and layered with a special soy based sauce. Perfect compliment with a bowl of white rice.

Ah Soon Kor Sabah Style Yam and Pork

The final dish is the Sabah Style Yam and Pork. It looks almost like the Hakka style Yam and Pork dish that we are accustomed to but has a much stronger taste of the fermented bean paste (Nam Yue). The Yam was the perfect soft texture while the pork meat was tender and its marinade was just right. An order for another bowl of white rice was in order.

Overall, I like the taste of the dishes serves at Ah Soon Kor except for the Tuaran Mee which I still prefer our Wanton Noodles but for Sabahan, this might be just the taste they expect. Also, the prices of the dishes are affordable and wouldn't burn a hole in your pocket.


RESTORAN AH SOON KOR, 42, Jalan SS3/31, Taman Universiti, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. (Tel: 013-856 7669) Business hours: 10.30am-3pm and 5.30pm-10pm (Mon-Sun, closed on Tuesdays).

Location Map and Address of RESTORAN AH SOON KOR SS3


Thursday, September 15, 2016

Malaysian Food: Iconic and Signature Malaysian Dish From All Over Malaysia

Eating Malaysia: Travel around the country of Malaysia in search of the iconic and signature dishes all over Malaysia, as we celebrate the delicious diversity that has united us as people of Malaysia and put us on the world map.

Best Malaysian Food


The following are some of the top Must Eat dishes as compiled by Star Special Malaysia Day edition from each of the State of Malaysia. To read the details write-up and where to eat these specialty dishes; please click on the link for each of the state.


Must Eat Perlis Specialty & Signature Dishes: Ikan Bakar, Pekasam, Laksa Kuala Perlis, Pulut Mempelam


Must Eat Kedah Specialty & Signature Dishes: Laksa Kedah, Gulai Nangka, Dodol, Bahulu


Must Eat Penang Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Kandar, Char Kway Teow, Assam Laksa, Mee Goreng


Must Eat Perak Specialty & Signature Dishes: Hor Fun, Rendang Tok, Chicken and Bean Sprouts, Ipoh White Coffee.


Must Eat Selangor Specialty & Signature Dishes:  Satay, Mamak Rojak, Bak Kut Teh, Yong Tau Foo


Must Eat Wilayah Persekutuan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Hokkien Mee, Pan Mee, Banana Leaf Rice


Must Eat Negeri Sembilan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Kuala Pilah Rendang, Rembau Rendang, Masak Lemak Cili Api, Daging Salai, Serembab Siew Pau.


Must Eat Melaka Specialty & Signature Dishes: Debal Curry (aka Devil Curry), Ayam Pongteh, Satay Celup, Chicken Rice Balls.


Must Eat Johor Specialty & Signature Dishes: Laksa Johor, Otak-Otak, Pajeri Nenas, Ayam Pedas.


Must Eat Pahang Specialty & Signature Dishes: Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak, Laksa Kuah Putih, Ikan Bakar Petai, Jala Mas Puding DiRaja.
  

Must Eat Terengganu Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Dagang, Keropok Lekor, Solok Lada, Sata
  

Must Eat Kelantan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Kerabu, Laksam, Ayam Percik, Ketupat Sotong


Must Eat Sabah Specialty & Signature Dishes; Pinasakan, Mee Tuaran, Ngiu Chap, Hinava
  

Must Eat Sarawak Specialty & Signature Dishes: Sarawak Laksa, Umai, Manuk Pansuh, Kolo Mee

There you have it, for all you Malaysian Foodies, hope you can try all of these. You can comment on how many you have tried and which is your best signature and specialty dishes from all over Malaysia. 

Happy Food Hunting and Happy Malaysia Day.