• Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Uncle Chong’s Kitchen @ 1 Shamelin Shopping Mall, Taman Shamelin Perkasa, Kuala Lumpur
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Uncle Chong’s Kitchen @ 1 Shamelin Shopping Mall, Taman Shamelin Perkasa, Kuala Lumpur

Uncle Chong’s Kitchen

LG-017, Lower Ground Floor, 1 Shamelin Shopping Mall
100, Jalan 4/91, Taman Shamelin Perkasa, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-9202 9104
FB : Uncle Chong’s Kitchen

Business Hours :
Mon – Sun


Already in their 3rd generation, the family first began their business in Kuala Lumpur city near the Kota Raya area. This 1 Shamelin’s outlet was opened not too long ago, serving some of the Malaysian favorite local delights that are wallet-friendly and good taste as well.

Recipes had been passing down from the family to maintain the quality of flavors, hence customers can be rest assured that they are getting the best value in town with all the fresh and good ingredients in their food preparation.


Uncle Chong’s Curry Laksa (RM7.90)

Rich in thick creamy curry gravy, Uncle Chong’s Curry Laksa was served together with chickens, tau fu pok (bean curd), and fresh cockles.

I like their yellow noodle that has very minimal alkaline taste (lye water or kansui). According to Mr Chong, they get their noodle supplies from a small factory that can customize and has good control in the food products’ stable quality.


Assam Laksa (RM7.90)

Take a spoonful of gravy that’s full in flavors, Uncle Chong’s Assam Laksa tastes toward more to the sourish side. A simple fix to satisfy my great craving with much satisfaction.


Tom Yam Seafood Noodles (RM7.90)

Tingling your taste buds in a rich flavor of hot sourness, Uncle Chong’s Tom Yam Seafood Noodles won’t let you down with their own special mix of soup base. Shiok!


Uncle Chong’s Nasi Lemak Special (RM9.90)

One of the popular dishes here is their Uncle Chong’s Nasi Lemak Special, which served together with curry chicken, spicy prawns, and sambal tumis at the side.

The rice was not too ‘lemak’ for my taste buds, but according to the chef, their regular customers requested to cut down little bit the ‘lemak’ taste to balance up with the 3 different spicy sides that were already rich in santan flavor.


Grill Sting Ray in Portuguese Style (RM9.90)

Folded within an aluminum foil, chef cooked the fresh sting ray using own mixed of sauce that was just nice in taste.


Thai Style Kerabu Chicken Feet (RM8)

Strong in flavors, this appetizer will definitely whet your appetite with its addictive sourness spicy taste. Served in cold, chef mixed the deboned chicken feet together with lots of fresh ingredients including onions, spring onions, coriander leaves, and red chilies.


Steam Chicken Feet in Black Bean Sauce (RM6)


Deep Fried Vege Fish Cake (RM6)


Deep Fried Chicken Roll (RM6)


Crispy Bean Curd Roll


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