Monday, December 14, 2009

Restoran Wei Kee, KL

When I asked my bro what he'll like for his second belated BD meal, he said he wanted nothing fancy. Just simple chinese food would do.
He then declared that roasted goose was his choice. But there's 3 on the same road, which one should we go for?
He only wanted Wei Kee, since it was also approved by his ex Hongkie boss. Definitely made choices easier :)

We were there brunch time on a weekend, so we still had the luxury to choose our table..
Started the meal with kerabu goose web (RM7)
Sourish and sweet, it complements the springy texture of the webs. Pretty appetising I must say.
Special for the day- braised goose webs (RM1 each)
I prefer the braised version as the webs had absorbed the spices and herb's flavour, while the texture was slightly gelatinous and sticky. Nice....
And the reason we were there..
The Roasted Goose (RM78 for half)
The skin was crisp and aromatic while the meat was juicy and quite tender. We were fairly surprised that their version of goose was not too fatty, which I am glad of. Though there's just the 3 of us sharing this portion- the amount was just sufficient :p. The roasted goose tasted pretty much like those I've tried in HK, albeit without those yummy broth/ sauce they poured over the goose in HK.
The roasted goose was served with chilli sauce or plum sauce. I liked mine all naturel- no sauce dipping required..
The choy sum (RM5) gave us carnivores the much needed fibre..
Very fresh, crunch and sweet choy sum. Delish.
Restoran Wei Kee is located at 50, Lorong Yap Hin, Off Jalan Pasar, Pudu, 55100 KL. Tel: 03-92218428.

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6 Comments:

Blogger thenomadGourmand said...

as good as HK's?? Wah... I must go di.. since i no $ go HK!! ;p

15 December, 2009  
Blogger FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

wow.... should try out this place.

15 December, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

thenomadGourmand: yes, tasted similar to those in HK- if the quality's consistent here, then u should try :)

FoodParadise: if you enjoy roasted goose, you should :D

15 December, 2009  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

wonder what's the different between flesh of goose & duck?

17 December, 2009  
Blogger CUMI & CIKI said...

we love this place.. but so blardy expensive!

20 December, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

mimid3vils: i find the goose less gamey, slightly coarser in texture and light in shade compared to those of duck.. my opinion, that is :p

cumi&ciki: yes it's costly, but compared to those famed ones in HK, it's still a tad cheaper....

20 December, 2009  

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