Restoran Ang Kee

Ang Kee is no foreign to most PJ folks. Situated at the same stretch of shophouses with Yu Ai Seafood Noodle and Kayu Nasi Kandar in SS2 Chow Yang area, I finally got to pay them a visit few weeks ago with WMW (the recommend-ator), Cheryl and William for dinner.

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It was a Saturday night if not mistaken, and the place was packed to the brim. We were lucky as we didn’t have to wait long to get ourselves a table, though and we pass the ordering job to WMW.

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We had 3 of her all time favourites whenever she drop by Ang Kee. The first dish was the Steamed Beancurd with Eggs, which I think one can replicate at home too. Silky smooth beancurd was steamed and then topped with fried eggs before served. We like this as the yolks were still runny and when you dig in, it’ll drip down on the beancurd and gravy. Simply yummy!

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By the time the second dish arrived, the three of us agreed that we absolutely have no regrets by passing the ordering job to WMW. The Butter Mantis Prawn tastes heavenly at first bite; rich, butterly and slightly sweet but it is recommended that this dish to be shared, else the richness will get to you very quickly.

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We also had the fried La La Beehoon which came cili padi, dried shrimp and crunchy, fried lard crisps. The beehoon was cooked slightly wet style, full of breath-of-wok goodness and very flavourful.

Albeit the noisy environment (which is common with Chinese dai chow), service was pretty quick. Shall come again for the beancurd and butter mantis prawn but of course, with a bigger group too (hopefully!). Thanks to WMW for the recommendation!

Restoran Ang Kee
No. 50, Jalan SS2/10,
47300 PJ.

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16 thoughts on “Restoran Ang Kee

  1. SS2 ah … what’s Chow Yang area?
    good, simple food. like homecooking.

    but go in larger group (or one with larger mouth!) can sample more dishes hor? *hint*

  2. Danggg, that looks heavenly. I’m muslim, bro, is the restaurant’s food halal? Otherwise, I’ll just have to print out da pix and pester my mum to replicate dish…it’s gonna be ugly.

  3. Anonymous: You know where to get some.

    J2Kfm: Chow Yang is… somewhere in SS2 :P
    Aiya, apa *hint*, wait till you’re in KL then only plan.

    Precious Pea: Yeah, exactly same order as yours! Curry spare ribs… okay… *noting down*

    thenomadGourmand: Not sure about the chinese crullers but I think CityGal gave you the answer :)

    KampungBoyCityGal: but the crullers is available at night?

    Obi Wan Kentucky: Sorry bro, the place is not halal. Hardly can find chinese restaurant which is halal except hotel or Oriental Spoon at Sooka Sentral.

    Selba: Hello, and thanks for dropping by!

  4. Anonymous: You know where to get some.

    J2Kfm: Chow Yang is… somewhere in SS2 :P
    Aiya, apa *hint*, wait till you’re in KL then only plan.

    Precious Pea: Yeah, exactly same order as yours! Curry spare ribs… okay… *noting down*

    thenomadGourmand: Not sure about the chinese crullers but I think CityGal gave you the answer :)

    KampungBoyCityGal: but the crullers is available at night?

    Obi Wan Kentucky: Sorry bro, the place is not halal. Hardly can find chinese restaurant which is halal except hotel or Oriental Spoon at Sooka Sentral.

    Selba: Hello, and thanks for dropping by!

  5. i like their stir fried fish slices with flat noodles too ( wat dan yu peen). guess wmw wont order that since i recalled she dont like fish ;)

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