Saturday, October 29, 2011

Leong Ah

Bustling even on weekday evenings, Leong Ah whips up a wide range of Chinese food to persistently please Puchong's residents.

Paper-wrapped chicken. Slightly less flavorful than Soo Kee's version at Imbi, but still satisfyingly juicy enough to recommend.

Rice wine prawns. Was the chef overzealous? This contained a stunning magnitude of alcohol. We could have easily (& happily) gotten tipsy on this!

A comfortingly soft, steamed blend of regular eggs, century eggs & salted eggs.

Pork belly with yam. Always a surefire winner.

Venison with veggies. Not incredibly memorable, but well-prepared nevertheless.

Bean curd with loofa. Who says Eat Drink KL can't eat healthy?

Leong Ah,
Jalan Kenari 23, Bandar Puchong Jaya.
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15 comments:

  1. For better paper-wrapped chicken try d brother's shop (called Leong Ya) near the Mines..it's d shop facing the main road :)

    They also serve kick-ass vinegar pork trotters...so good tat u can drink the gravy on its own...hahaha :D

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  2. Ulric: ah, if only they had more siblings, there could have been a whole bunch of Leong restaurants all across town =)

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  3. you should try leong ya instead. i've been eating at leong ya since i was two, according to my dad. he always jokes about how my sister and i would wait for everyone to open the paper wraps and swap with my parents, who prefer the leaner bits.

    haha.

    i still pine for that place although my mom is not a huge fan of chicken now.

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  4. Michelle: heheh, sounds perfect for families! Okies, will keep in mind, thanks! Hopefully you'll have a chance to return there later this year =)

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  5. "Who says Eat Drink KL can't eat healthy?"

    Somehow we suspect that EDKL had a bit more of the rice wine prawns than the beancurd with loofah. Hehe.

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  6. Kenny: it was a dirty job, but someone had to do it! *hic* :p

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  7. Wah nice comfort food! Did you eat/drink all the rice wine? :P

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  8. Baby sumo: heheh, i would have been happy to finish all the rice wine soup on my own, but unfortunately, I was forced to share! :D

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  9. the steam egg with century egg and salted eggs looks good. my happy food anytime!

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  10. Missyblurkit: especially for a cold, rainy night, I think! Heheh :D

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  11. This is a rare kinda meal for you - Chinese and in Puchong?! Pork belly yam is nice - very comforting!

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  12. pureglutton: heheh, yeah, i really should eat chinese food more often! but i think i need bigger groups to do justice to all those dishes for sharing :D

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  13. if there's a road block, tell the police it's the drunken prawn and you guys didn't consume any alcohol. hehe

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  14. Eiling: heheh, it might be truth, but the cops won't trust us! :D

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  15. Yes , the outlet near mines had a tastier version but at Puchong it was bad after all ! The Kai Lan in 2 ways was good too ! Will definitely go back to try their other dishes like pork with yam ...

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