Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Lan Je, Kota Damansara

Finally, I got to try the famous steamed fish that I read in masak-masak's blog recently :)
Since weekdays are usualy very packed, we went on a weekend instead. Still pretty crowded but the wait for food were not that long..
I've been there twice, and had tried the 3 flavours available..
Steamed black tilapia with bean paste sauce..
Steamed black tilapia with bean paste and chilli (spicy) - larger tilapia, serve size for 2
And lastly, steamed black tilapia with bean paste and extra chilli (extra spicy)
So which flavour was my favourite?
In that 2 visits, I like the spiciest version the best; the plentiful bird eye's chilli added some kick to the fish, also added aroma to the base sauce (ie, the liquid base). When I had all 3 fish together, the norm bean paste paled in comparison to it's hotter counterparts. The fish served here are fresh, hence you dont need to worry about the muddy taste that tilipia has. Almost undetected :)
I've tried 2 sizes of the fish, the fish serve for 1 person was smoother in texture, but not as sweet and flavourful compared to the flesh of the larger fish (serve size for 2 person). Oh, they did over steamed one of the fish that I had though. Wasted :(
Definitely one of the place I'll pop by often for my meals, since it's also rather near my house :). Price of fish depends on it's weight, but small size fish for one person costs about RM16-17.

Lan Je Steamed Fish is located at F-50G & 51G, Jalan Teknologi 3/9, Bistari "DE" Kota, Kota Damansara, PJU 5, Petaling Jaya.

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13 Comments:

Blogger J2Kfm said...

it's slightly cheaper at the Rawang branch, about RM13 each, but given the horrid traffic jams, and the far-fetched location, i'll take this one anyday.

22 July, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

j2kfm: hmmm, they did mentioned about a even smaller fish for single serve.. maybe that could be RM13? but yeah, parking here is a breeze on weekends and it's only 10 minutes from my house...

22 July, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is it halal?

22 July, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

anon: it's written at its shop pork free, but i didnt check if its halal

22 July, 2009  
Blogger UnkaLeong said...

Busier on weekdays? Been to the original one yonks ago, may just pay the branch a visit soon :)

23 July, 2009  
Blogger CUMI & CIKI said...

i heard original is still da best!

23 July, 2009  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

i like the spicy version too! give me that and 1...errr, make it 2 bowls of rice and i'll be happy. haha! i tried the sweet/sour chicken balls oso. not very good la.

23 July, 2009  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

Seems like most good food are in your vicinity or a few mins from your home. So, any more units for sale there?

23 July, 2009  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

Any mud taste? I scare mud taste on steam fish =.=''

23 July, 2009  
Blogger thenomadGourmand said...

long time havent eaten steamed fish..I think i can finish one on my own w rice! ;p

26 July, 2009  
Blogger Selba said...

Yummy.... the fish looks so delicious!

26 July, 2009  
Anonymous kampungboycitygal said...

delicious! fairly near to my place too. wink*

26 July, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

unkaleong: yeah, go check and compare if its any diff from the ori branch

cumi&ciki: would like to try the ori branch one day..

nic: *high 5* nicer aroma me thinks :). yeah, heard the rest of the dishes just mediocre, hence i never tried..

tummythoz: hahaha! bet there's yummy food near your area too :)

mimid3vils: since it's freshwater fish, it will have some mud taste. but the fish here are fresh, so the muddy taste was very minimal..

thenomadGourmand: one fish is quite a lot for a person neh.. sure can finish ka?

selba: tastes better!

kampungboycitygal: we can go makan together then one day :)

03 August, 2009  

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