Kampung Ku Seafood & Steamboat Restaurant
Sunsuria Avenue, Persiaran Mahogani, PJU 5, Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-6142 3830 / 3831
FB : Unique Seafood Group
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Formerly known as Bali Hai, The Unique Seafood Group just acquired the place recently and changed the name into Kampung Ku Seafood and Steamboat Restaurant. Located next to the Tune Hotel Kota Damansara, Kampung Ku is very visible from the main road and it offers ample of car parking bays at reasonable low rate.
Separated into air-conditioning and al-fresco dining areas, Kampung Ku can easily accommodates a large group of patrons under a relaxing and comfortable environment. Presenting a sumptuous offerings of pork-free Chinese cuisine, Kampung Ku is the ideal place to dine-in and bond with family, friends and loved ones over a hearty meals and cozy ambience.
Kampung Ku Big Bowl Fish (RM98)
Seafood lovers, just make sure you won’t miss this Kampung Ku Big Bowl Fish when you dine at here!
A huge steel bowl consists of fresh Red Snapper (800g), succulent Tiger Prawns, and delightful Kepah Clams, which cooked together with ingredients such as garlic, preserved vegetables, ginger, lime leave, shredded ginger, chili padi, mushroom, coriander, spring onion, celery, and lemon grass, to give it a nice aromatic sourish taste similar like the TeoChew-style flavor.
Steamed Chicken with Ginger (RM35 half ; RM65 whole)
Using ‘Ayam Kampung’ as the choice of meat for this poultry dish, customers can then enjoy that nice firm-bited texture of this steamed chicken. Have it together with the accompanied own-mixed ginger sauce that has a hint of sourish from squeezed lime, it’s simply satisfying even though this is a normal everyday dish.
Braised Crab in Pumpkin (seasonal price ; additional RM15 for pumpkin served)
Another creative presentation from the Kampung Ku’s culinary team. Served in a whole pumpkin, the braised crab was fully covered in my favorite pumpkin butter sauce that has a hint of spiciness in it. Rich flavor in its creaminess, the golden colored sauce really was da bomb, and I kinda followed my adventurous instinct to drizzle some of it on the yee sang, surprisingly tasted excellent too!
Stir-fried Kai Lan with Salted Fish (RM18 small ; RM28 medium ; RM36 large)
Simple vegetable dish with nice ‘wok-hei’. Chef placed salted fish on top to excite your palate in a nice aromatic salty taste.
Usher the Lunar Chinese New Year with varieties of colorful Yee Sang that are available at Kampung Ku.
* Abalone and Salmon Yee Sang (RM78 half ; RM98 full)
* Salmon and Snow Pear Yee Sang (RM58 half ; RM78 full)
* Jelly Fish and Snow Pear Yee Sang (RM48 half ; RM68 full)
Customers can also add on their favorite condiments to the Yee Sang.
* 10PPC Abalone (RM198 per can)
* Salmon (RM25 per plate)
* Jelly Fish (RM18 per plate)
* Snow Pear (RM8 per plate)
* Crispy Cracker (RM3 per packet)
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