Last Friday, Chris brought me to Sg.Chua for a swim at one of the fitness center. Fees at RM3 per person to enjoy the swimming facilities there… I haven’t been swimming for quite some time (as in “really swim”) Had a great exercise that day:) Working out the whole anatomy! Swimming is good.. will produce great endurance as well. (besides ice skating..eHem).
After swimming, hungrily… we went to have our lunch at a coffee shop next to Kajang’s wet market, that is Lik Kee. They offer steam or barbequed chicken, barbequed pork and roast duck as well. 🙂 Business is always good here.. I can tell! Especially during lunch hour. Customers will just have to wait for their turn to “dine in” and sometimes a long queue for take away orders (ta paos). This shop or stall operates from 11 am till about 3pm, but most of the time, all food will be sold out before 2 pm! that’s fast!
Take a close look at the stall. there’s a website: kajangtown.blogsport.com. It’s blogspot actually.. I’ve reviewed it below:)
I’ve tried this a few times, but Chris and I still prefer their Barbequed Pork Rice! (Char siew and Siew Yuk) RM4 per plate. Meat texture just nice, not hard.. and it’s juicy! Along with a little gravy (Char Siew Gravy) it’s perfect! Love this taste! I just can’t find it anywhere else at the moment. In my thoughts, I’ve used to enjoy “this taste” when I was young and back then, my grandma used to “ta pao” (take away) the chicken or barbequed pork rice (with the gravy I mentioned earlier) for me after school…
This was back then when I was still a kid in Sri Petaling. Didn’t know that I could still taste it. And it’s in Kajang! Hmm.. the significant taste that I’ll not forget! 😛
Should try this when stopping by Kajang 🙂 Nice for real…..
Next to Kajang’s wet market
11.00am to 3.00pm (but usually closed by 2)
Tel: 012-6557093 / 012-3565086
7 Replies to “Lik Kee @ Kajang Town”
thanks for leaving a comment in our blog!! anyway, will be checking out your blog regularly. nice food i would say, read some of ur previous posts, the Stoned Grilled Seafood Rice in Japanese Style from kim gary looks good, gonna try that out next time.
anyway, nice knowing u!! 🙂
ching, let’s try out Stoned Grilled Seafood Rice in Japanese Style from kim gary. that’s really allure me.
by the way, leng, you have so many new posts too!!! jadi frequent blogger ya. good job. that char siu looks very nice. wait til i blog on ‘sam meng gei’ at taman connaught there. then we’ll make comparison. ^^
wenching & esiong~ thanks for visiting 🙂 glad to know you too! Happy blogging and I’ll visit ur site very often to see what’s new so that I could add to my “where to dine in next” list!
ai wei~ when are you free? Lick asked us to go out makan. Join us ya! Love blogging nowadays! We’ll “ganbateh” 2gether ok~! 😀 waiting for your new post! yay 🙂 Must try that Stoned Grilled Seafood Rice the next time u visit Kim Gary! haha..
..used to frequent the satay food court in kajang during my uni life..never try any nice chinese food around kajang area..its sooo far from my place now
Has anyone tried the newly opened Kafe Kitchen Wonderland located just a few shops before this chicken rice shop? This is the cleanest eatery shop around this area and attracts quite a lot of people everyday. The cafe is selling nasi lemak, nyonya kueh, cheese tart, fruit tart, tong sui, etc. Every lunch hour there is a special dish. I have tried a few days, the special dishes are just fantastic!!! It makes me looking forward to take lunch in this cafe everyday as the dishes are different everyday and has created a feeling of curiousity of what is going to be my lunch today !!!
try cham kee.. more nice..