Thursday, May 24, 2012

Claypot Loh Shu Fan @ Mama's Kitchen

Mama's Kitchen is a popular restaurant among TTDI residents that is known for its Claypot Loh Shu Fan and other Malaysian Chinese Hawker Dishes. It's also the only Chinese Restaurant in TTDI I've not eaten in despite being there for so many years. Having visited Yik Kee countless of times we decided to give Mama's Kitchen a try.

Claypot Loh Shu Fan
Claypot Loh Shi Fan
The one dish that everyone comes to Mama's Kitchen for. It had ample amounts of Minced Pork and was excellent when mixed together with the Egg, Noodles and Soy-Based sauce.

Claypot Tofu
Claypot Tofu
My least favorite of the dishes we had. It tasted like just Oyster Sauce despite using a variety of ingredients in the dish.

Creamy Butter Chicken
Creamy Butter Chicken
This is the Malaysian version of Butter Chicken and it is really good! The pieces of Chicken were deep-fried in a crispy batter that went so well with the sweet and creamy Butter Sauce!

Steam Tilapia with Ginger Gravy
Tilapia with Ginger Sauce
A favorite of mine when eating Fresh-Water Fish. Their Ginger Sauce was a little mild compared with other restaurants but was good enough to give the Tilapia a nice zing.

Food: 3.8/5
Service: 3.5/5
Ambiance: 3/5
Price: $ (Approximately USD $10 per person)

Contact Information
Contact Information:
Address: 12 Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +60 3-7729 3030

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choi yen said...

I don't like the claypot loh shu fun, too watery :P

“追食富迪” said...

Love to eat Creamy Butter Chicken ....

P Leong said...

My dining at this place this evening was a complete disappointment. The claypot ‘loh see fun’ was pre-cooked and I knew this because (1) it wasn’t hot when it was served to me; (2) the ‘loh see fun’ was soggy or watery; (3) the inner wall of the claypot was clean as normally some ‘loh see fun’ would stick on the bottom wall if it was cooked with it. I confronted the lady owner who admitted the shortcoming and she blamed shortage of staff for this. Also, the ‘sui kow’ served in soup was not fresh. Despit this, I was charged in full!! I wouldn’t go back to this place anymore.