Monday, 19 September 2022

Lunch At Chef Chew Kitchen Restaurant, Petaling Jaya

This was a long overdue trip to visit our friends in Semenyih. We finally bought 2 to and fro ETS tickets to Kuala Lumpur Sentral because for the time being, there is no direct Electric Train Service (ETS) to Semenyih. 

We got up early on Malaysia Day to get ready to take the 8:20 am train to KL Sentral.
We reached KL Sentral at about 11:10am. After a long time, the 2 families were able to meet up once again. Reservation was made and the 9 of us had lunch at Chef Chew Restaurant in Petaling Jaya. 
Poached chicken.
Fried salted egg yolk squids.
Tofu with angled loofah in clay pot.
Lard rice - very yummy.
Sauteed spinach or poh choy.
Sweet sour pork or koh loh yoke underneath the ice cubes. I should have taken another snapshot with some of the ice cubes pushed aside to show the sweet sour pork.
Water spinach in clay pot.
It was a wonderful lunch and gathering for 2 families.
After lunch hubby and I followed our friends to Semenyih for a 3D2N stay with them.
Another mural from Tanjung Tualang, showing some of the costumes of the many people groups in Malaysia. This was on a school wall, probably painted by one of the students.

Linking to Monday Mural.

He wrote them to teach his people how to live -
how to act in every circumstance,
for he wanted them to be understanding,
just, and fair in everything they did.
"I want to make the simpleminded wise!" he said.
"I want to warn young men about some problems they will face"
(Proverbs 1:2-4, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. I'm learning about this place from your blog! I must make a visit one day.

    That mural needs real skills to execute.

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    1. It is worth visiting. We all enjoyed the lard rice and all the dishes.

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  2. Ooooo...poached chicken! I like!!!

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  3. I like the poached chicken, but i still couldn't accept having sweet&sour pork underneath ice cubes...i prefer eating it warm.

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    1. Surprisingly, the ice didn't affect the taste and it was still crisp on the outside.

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  4. Those meals look delicious. Thanks for sharing.
    I invite you to visit my last post. Have a good week!

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    1. Thank you, Marianela. Will hop over after this.

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  5. Nice to take train once a while. And great to meet up with friends, catching up over a nice meal.

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  6. Kang Kong looks so good. The sky photos are very nice too

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  7. What a mouthwatering meal! I want to try the tender juicy poached chicken and golden crispy rich egg yolk squids!!

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  8. Such yummy food. My stomach is growling now.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  9. I like sweet and sour pork, but had never seen it under ice cubes :). The mural is quite nice. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy.

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  10. Que tengas una bonita semana.

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  11. What a splendid vacation. The food looks amazing, especially the pork and ice cubes. Wow. Gigi hawaii

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  12. Great thing you met again and ohhh, all the yummy food, too.
    The mural spreads happiness :-)

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  13. Lindo mural me gustaron los calamares. Te mando un beso. Citu https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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  14. All seems to be good and I like the mural.

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  15. It's wonderful you could visit your friends. The food looks delish.
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  16. Oh you came over to to PJ. How nice. Ah! I see that you had the ice cube sweet and sour pork!

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    1. Yes, went to PJ for lunch. After all these years, PJ became a new place to me.

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  17. sorry I am so late visiting, Nancy. I love the vibrancy of these costumes. I can feel the rhythm and the movement of the dancer, too.

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