What to eat in Kajang

April 30, 2019

Kajang is located approximately 20km away from Kuala Lumpur and it is in the district of Hulu Langat, Selangor. Kajang is fairly accessible to other parts of Klang Valley via the SILK Highway. Kajang might not be as well developed as the city center in Kuala Lumpur, but Kajang is definitely well known for its famous food attractions, especially the Satay. This article will guide you through the eateries in Kajang that you must make a visit to.

1. Haji Samuri Sate

Whenever someone mentions Kajang, Sate would be the first thing that comes to their minds. Haji Samuri Sate is founded my Datuk Samuri Juraimi and is said to serve the best satay in Kajang. There are currently 20 outlets throughout Malaysia as of today. There are 4 types of sate to choose from, ranging from chicken sate, beef sate, mutton sate and rabbit sate. The ingredients used to marinate the sate includes lemongrass, tamarind, saffron, garlic, salt and other spices. The sate is then served with a sauce that is made from peanut and other ingredients. Customers can also order the ketupat and Nasi Impit to go along with the sate and peanut sauce. 

2. Rumah Makan Cibiuk Malaysia

Rumah Makan Cibiuk Malaysia is one of the restaurants in Kuala Lumpur that serves good and authentic Indonesian Sundanese food. The menu consists of traditional ala carte items and also set menus. Other than the main dishes, you can also try on their pavloava, which is also one of the hit items among customers who visit the restaurant. 

3. Restaurant Fei Chui

Restaurant Fei Chui is a well known Chinese restaurant located within the Kajang vicinity and the place is large enough to host wedding dinners. Order the King Prawns with Chinese Wine if you are a seafood lover. The prawns are fresh and succulent, cooked in a broth filled with Chinese wine. The Stewed Chicken with Fermented Beancurd is also one of the popular dishes served. The chicken is cooked with garlic and fermented beancurd, definitely a great dish to go with white rice. Do try on the other dishes available on the menu if you happen to be in Kajang. 

4. Restaurant Kee V Sdn Bhd

Restaurant Kee V Sdn Bhd is located in a housing area in Kajang, well known for its “Lat Tong”, also known as hot soup. The hot pepper soup comes with a clear base and is spicy when eaten. Pork, chicken, intestines and celery were cooked together to bring out the sweetness of the soup. Lots of pepper and ginger were also used to add spice to its soup. The spicy Meat is also one of the popular dishes on the menu. The pork is well marinated and pairs well with white rice. Service here is good and the prices are reasonable as well. Definitely one of the restaurants you shoud visit if you are in Kajang.

5. Ten Hup Chee Cheong Fun

As the name suggests, Ten Hup Chee Cheong Fun is well known for its Chee Cheong Fun. Ten Hup Chee Cheong Fun has been around for many years and is well known among the locals. It is now operated by the third generation. Order the mixed Chee Cheong Fun with a mixture of pork and prawns, generously drizzled with the tasty light soy sauce and topped with deep fried shallots. Ask for a side of sambal if you prefer to have your Chee Cheong Fun with some extra kick.

6. Restaurant Lek Kee

Restaurant Lek Kee is well known for their chicken rice and roasted delicacies, such as the nicely caramelized char siew (barbequed pork), crispy siew yoke(roasted pork) and roasted duck. The meat is known to be tender and juicy, with a good proportion of lean meat and fats. If rice is not your kind of carbohydrate intake, do try their wonton noodle and the curry noodles. 

7. Wong Kee BBQ

It is no wonder to why Wong Kee BBQ is always crowded. Wong Kee BBQ at Kajang has more than 20 years of experience in BBQ meat. The stall is well known for their braised pork intestines, stuffed bitter gourd, “Loh Bak” and pork trotters. Wong Kee BBQ is definitely the right place for pork lovers. 

8. Le Moon’s Eatery.Bakery Zakka

Le Moon’s Eatery.Bakery Zakka is a restaurant that is located in a three storey bungalow in Kajang, serving delicious meals and coffee. The interior is cosy and that makes it a great place for people to hang out and spend your afternoon here. As the place is spacious, people can also host parties or events at Le Moon’s Eatery.Bakery Zakka. Do check out their Facebook page to know more about the activities they have, such as the Kiddos Bazaar that was held on the 7th July 2018. 

In conclusion, Kajang is definitely not a boring township as there is so much more than this to explore in Kajang. It is definitely one of the food paradises in Kuala Lumpur that food lovers must visit. 

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