Monday, October 22, 2018

63 Roast, Sri Petaling

Homemade roasts, literally: Serving roast chicken, siu yok and char siu for lunch everyday in a Sri Petaling house (with roast duck on weekends), 63 Roast makes for a pleasant change from the shop-lot restaurants that dominate this neighbourhood.

63 Roast's chef-founder Kenny Wong spends three hours each morning preparing the roasts at the backyard of this space, relying on recipes he learned from his uncle. The siu yok and char siu are flavourful, the chicken is fleshy and tender, complemented by chilli sauce that's also straight from the kitchen here; the food can be ordered in pretty much any combination - a plate of siu yok and char siu with rice costs RM7, while a chicken thigh with noodles and wontons is RM7.50.

Customers can enjoy their meal either outdoors or inside the house; both sections seem pretty comfortable. Private dining is also offered for groups, with more elaborate roasts - including porchetta and pork knuckles - available by advance bookings.

63 Roast
63, Jalan Merah Silu, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. 
Daily, 1030am-4pm; closed every alternate Monday. Tel: 012-314-9752

This feature first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

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6 comments:

  1. Ooooo...I love them all! We do not have really great ones here. One was very good, guy from KL...but he left, migrated to the UK to join his brother there, in the restaurant business.

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    1. Suituapui: gosh, that’s a long way to travel - but I guess having his brother there made the future feel more secure! :)

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  2. Those roasted meat looked decent, hopefully the skin of the Siew Yoke was nicely crunchy~

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    1. Choi Yen: it did have a crisp, fresh crackling :)

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  3. If I'm living in the area, I surely wouldn't mind coming/walking over to eat here for convenience sake though his next door neighbour might not be too thrilled. I'm surprised someone would want to rent out such a nice, big house for business.

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, one of the next-door neighbours appears to operate a car wash, i think :) the good thing is that this is quite a wide street, and customers can park across the road where there are no houses and they won't be blocking anyone :D

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