Friday, August 30, 2013

Lam's Kitchen & Sun Huat Kee @ Jaya Grocer, The Intermark

A sparkling food hall with a deliciously unexpected twist has opened this month at Jaya Grocer's latest foray into The Intermark.

The hall in this upmarket "Grocerant" is separated into two sections; one's a free-for-all, but the other's what roused our appetite & ruled our attention: A restricted zone of pork-serving stalls like Lam's Kitchen & Sun Huat Kee.

Birds of no feathers flock together at Lam's Kitchen, hanging out with a big slab of pork belly.

The roast duck at Lam's Kitchen is not bad; pretty fair in terms of flavor & juiciness.

Throw in some tasty siu yok & char siu for a meaty triumvirate that costs slightly over RM30.

 The menu at Lam's Kitchen is broad, including kopitiam-inspired fare like yummy noodles with prawn-stuffed wantan. Takeaway orders are possible.

 Check out Sun Huat Kee too, an offshoot of the well-known outlet at Bangsar's Lucky Garden; loh shi fun with minced pork, sausages & pork balls are the attraction.

 There's also another branch of Menya Musashi here for the many ramen lovers out there.

 The food hall's halal section is perfectly fine too; there's Bonjour Garden for sandwiches & more. Expect to hear more about this interesting destination in the months ahead.

Lam's Kitchen & Sun Huat Kee,
The Grocerant, Jaya Grocer, 
Lower Concourse, The Intermark, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.

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28 comments:

  1. Last time we went Intermark was years ago!I remember that time we were looking for some peanut butter dessert which recommended by you....hahahaha

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    1. CK: hahah, that was only one year-plus ago lah! heheh, i think that peanut butter dessert might not be there anymore, but there are a lot of other interesting new options at the intermark now :D

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    1. Wong: ya, no real complaints here! good, hot food, quite satisfactory =)

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  3. Loh shi fun with siew yoke n char siew...major likes! :D

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    1. Ulric: ya, must give praise to the folks at jaya grocer for creating a non-halal section in their food hall =)

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  4. Looks quite good. I love the old clocks!

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    1. Linda: true, it's quite an interesting decor, very different from the usual sterile food courts =)

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  5. This sounds like a food court worth visiting!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yup, a lot of quality and variety here! there'll be more stalls and outlets opening in the food court soon, serving japanese food, etc =)

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  6. The place seems livelier now compared to a year back.

    And it's a big mistake to look at the roast pork at this hour especially when I had light dinner. Urghh...

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    1. Chong: ya, the intermark is slowly but steadily becoming a decent destination for all sorts of food =) heh, i hope you're having a good breakfast this morning :D

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  7. nice roast duck, i like it so much!

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    1. Mr Lonely: ya, i love roast duck when it's at its most succulent =)

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    2. Mr Lonely: yay for roast duck! :D

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  8. Gosh! The roast meats look awesome. Ooooo...I love duck! Slurpssss!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i'd happily just continue eating roast meat non-stop. my favorites are siu yok and roast duck :D

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  9. I will go there definitely for lots of quality and variety foods there

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    1. “追食富迪”: hope you enjoy it! it's a good option if you're working in the city center =)

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  10. i will love to dine in here.. especially the delicious sio yiok.

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    1. Cquek: oh yes, good siu yok is always welcome, anywhere, everywhere :D

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  11. Oh nice. A lot more of the "roadside/coffeeshop" popular stalls are venturing into food courts in office building/malls.
    One has to thank Hutong at Lot 10 (Francis Yeoh) for this revolution?
    Anyhow this building/area is in need of hawker fare especially for the office workers :)
    And Bonjour. Good to see them going strong. I do find their loaves really good, though expensive.
    Not a fan of the individual buns as much.

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    1. Rebecca: yeah, it's a good move for these stalls, and a more comfy environment too. though they'll charge extra for their food (even for takeaway here, you have to pay an additional fee).
      and ya, i guess hutong made it clear to others that this could be lucrative and sustainable.
      it's not a big food hall here, and it seems quite packed during lunchtime, heheh.
      i've only eaten a few of bonjour's items, but ya, i guess they must be doing something right :)

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  12. Looks like its hawker noms in a comfortable ac setting. A good idea for the working folks.

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    1. Missyblurkit: ya, and it's open all day long, from morning till night, around 8 or 9pm for now, so it's really convenient for us =)

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  13. Menya Musashi.. yay!!

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    1. Ciki: MM ramen! an assurance of satisfaction, heheh =)

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