Thursday, February 2, 2012

Noodles and More @ Jeff Lee's Kitchen

There are a couple of restaurants my colleagues frequently visit when we're working in Sungai Buloh. The first is LYJ for their Poon Choi, Steam Chicken and Char Siew. The second is Jeff Lee's Kitchen which is opened by the brother of LYJ Restaurant.

Visiting the restaurant for the first time I left my colleagues to do the ordering...

Crispy Roast Duck
Roast Duck
The Skin of the Duck was very crispy from the being re-fried before serving. The meat was also very tender but I found the flavor of the Duck to be a little bland

I've never had vegetables served like this in a Malaysian Chinese Restaurant but I thoroughly enjoyed it! The greens were served cold and tasted like a Thai Dish with a balance of sour, sweet and a little heat. I loved the addition of crispy baby fried anchovies which gave a nice crunchy texture and salty flavor.

Signature Steam Fish
Signature Steam Fish
The pungent Garlic and Ginger Gravy was very good with the Fresh Water Fish. The Fish was very moist and steamed just right.

Minced Pork Noodles
Minced Pork Sang Mee
Another signature of Jeff Lee's Kitchen. The Noodles had a nice stringy texture and was really good with the salty minced pork and pork lard.

I thoroughly enjoyed all the dishes at Jeff Lee's Kitchen and the price was very reasonable. The location might be a little obscure and you might need to endure a few road bumps to get here. But people should definitely give this place a try if you're around the area.

Food: 4.5/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 2/5
Price: $ (Approximately USD $8 per person)

Contact Information
Address:Lot 4133, Jalan Perkhidmatan, Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh, Selangor, 47000, Malaysia
Tel: +60 3-6156 1817

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choi yen said...

I had their poon choy when CNY eve, nit really impressive but would like to try their other signature dishes next time :P

“追食富迪” said...

I been there many times, u should try their signature potridge
(pork mixed猪杂or田鸡) with 菜圃肉碎 或 洋葱江鱼仔.