Monday, February 27, 2017

Dragon Co @ Taman Maluri, Cheras

Tongue to tail eating, with everything in between, at Cheras' current hotspot for Chinese Hunan cuisine: Try the braised duck tongues, exceptionally juicy & flavour-packed (RM58), pork tails with garlic, fatty & succulent (RM48), pig's tripe & chicken soup, nourishing & wholesome (RM48), & stir-fried pork liver (RM28). Everything tastes capably executed, with chilli levels tweaked to patrons' preferences (medium-spicy is plenty fiery). Bonus points for the beautiful decor in this two-storey space.

Dragon Co
26-A, Jalan Jejaka 7, Taman Maluri, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Daily, 11am-10pm. Tel: 03-9202-3771

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16 comments:

  1. Ohhh... the decor and those wooden chairs and tables!! I love the interiors here!

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    1. Rebecca: yeah, the attention to detail is quite nice! :)

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  2. Tongue to tail eating? I don't mind something in between (like liver, stomach or intestines) but definitely no tongue and no tail...haha...and no nose or ears either! :D I think this area is notorious for lack of parking space >_<

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    1. Contact.ewew: haha, i'm always happy for some tongue action! tail ... it depends ... i like ears for the crunch ... and i like liver, but i'm not really a fan of stomach and intestines :) i think parking during the daytime here is as bad as most shop-house areas in kl these days, heh!

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    2. Goodness you are so funny. You eat all the spare parts easily like munch pop corns.

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    3. Twilight Man: haha, my favourite is liver - any liver - duck liver, goose liver, chicken liver, pork liver, beef liver ;)

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  3. Goodness. I tried to count the number of pig tails inside that mini wok. I would love to try the tongues and tails, why not??
    Last October was my first time eating Hunan food at our JB hotel and we all enjoyed it for 2 nights. I might go to Taman Maluri someday. Your blog will make me very fat.

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    1. Twilight Man: my favourite here is the duck tongues ... they're really delicious! :) i don't have much experience with hunan fare, but i would like to explore the cuisine further :) happy eating! :D

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  4. Lovely decor, love the cane especially the furniture. Fried rice looks good.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, a lot of interesting corners - and interesting food - to explore here ;)

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  5. Duck's tongue? Wow, that's a first for me. The decor is quite edgy and the food looks great. That plate of pork liver has my attention!

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    1. Phong Hong: yeah, the only other restaurants I've seen duck tongues at in KL would be Vietnamese and French restaurants ;) I always end up ordering liver cos I can't resist it - though I prefer chicken liver to pork liver ;)

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  6. Guess what? This morning I was just reading about XiangCai. haha.

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    1. CK: wah, so perfectly ngam wan. Means you need to go eat this cuisine ;)

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  7. It's quite a big establishment occupy a corner shoplot! I've tried duck tongue and I love the texture :)

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, I assume they have a good crowd on weekends and maybe for dinner ;) I'm a fan of duck tongue too - wish we could find it at more restaurants ;)

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