Thursday, April 1, 2010

IR1968 @ Terrace Hock Choon, Ampang

Click here for earlier entry on IR1968 (March 2, 2010).

Sop Santan Ayam (pumpkin & coconut broth with chicken). Comfort food for the soul; something like this is always a pleasure, whether it's a Western-style chicken soup or thoroughly Asian like this one, laced with unrecognisable Indonesian spices.

Kari tetelan (beef brisket curry). A thick, hearty concoction, with lots of tender meat. Probably not fiery enough to please chilli-lovers though.

Nasi kuning campur, with beef rendang & fried chicken. A well-prepared platter; the simple things were what we savoured the most, like the creamy hard-boiled egg yolk.

Tauhu goreng telur. Crunchy carrots & bean sprouts heaped over a fairly fluffy combo of fried beancurd & egg, with a sweet-&-salty coconut gravy.

House red wine.

Terrace @ Hock Choon,
Lorong Nibong, Off Jalan Ampang.
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  1. ah i rmbr this one.. the one i kenot remember! LOL:P

    the two glasses of wine ar, do u not eat with more than one other person.. ever ;) haha

  2. banyak-nya lembu :P can't eat beef so this place will be off-limit to me now

  3. ciki: yeah, tricky name to remember! heheh, three's a crowd! :D
    leo: oh yep, the indonesians seem to love their beef! even more than chicken... =)

  4. arrgh i wanna go!!! but no one wanna take me there!!!

  5. eiling: yeah, there seem to be not many fans of indonesian cuisine around. it's not my favorite food either, though it's a nice change sometimes from western cuisine =)

  6. My friend's pestering me to go here. Looks like I'll be visiting soon. I presume it's still quite empty, eh?

  7. lemongrass: the lunch crowd might be bigger (maybe), though i think this place looks best at night :D

  8. Ahh..frm the first to comment at 12am to the last. Heh, as u can see i been sleeping early nowadays. Yup, exhausted. I jz had Indonesian yest! Bumbu desa at The Curve. Yup, Indons love their beef, but the one there ws hopelessly chewy and tough!

  9. tng: ooh, we just missed each other then! i was there too yesterday (7pm-8pm). but the beef i had in the gulai daging at bumbu desa tasted ok though :D

  10. Look out for the deal on IR1968 Indochine on 31st Jan at don't miss it!