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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Restoran Kiang


A friend of mine had actually introduced us to Restoran Kiang of Permas Jaya. It was on a Sunday morning and we drove all the way into Malaysia despite of the bad weather we had in Singapore. He mentioned that this was one of his favourite stall many years back.

Upon looking at the chinese characters which mentioned 15 levels, it somehow remind me of the Seafood restaurant that we often Patron called San Lou.

Restoran Kiang
Opted for dry version of Kway Teow Kia laded with soy sauce and chilli as it base with slices of orange red char siew meat on the top. Fried onion and spring onions were both added for fragrance, not forgetting the cubes of lards included. Yums! Such combination of thin and slim rice noodle was one of the common found in Malaysia.

Kway Teow Kia Dry
Not only did I fall for the noodle, the soup too! The "murky" traces of the boiling meat remains floating in the water accompanied by fishballs, slices of fish cakes, minced meat as well as seaweeds.

Soup
Upon ordering, the helper will ask if we want to add additional items on top of the sliced abalones and scallops given.

Scallops and Abalone Slices

With a number of stalls selling similar food, competitions are no doubt tougher each day. Such variations of noodles with seafood soup are longer uncommon and standards were pretty the same. Nevertheless, I'm still in love with such food and missing it as I cannot find it in Singapore.

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Restoran Kiang 亚坚
Location: Jalan Permas Sepuluh, Bandar Baru, Permas Jaya, Masai, Johor Bahru