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Village Restaurant In Rawang

I had my lunch in Rawang before proceeding to Sg Buluh. Called my fren and she suggested going to this Village Restaurant along the Rawang main road, same row with Lan Jie, the one I took last time.

According to her, Village Restaurant is popular for their Steamed Melon soup (RM30-35) which consists of dried scallops, red dates, chicken meat.... Apart from that, smoked chicken taken with their ginger sauce was a good combination. Then followed by claypot pork ribs with yam... wow, I love this dish best cos I simply love YAM!


the steamed Melon (tun toong kwa)

the dried scallop

combined with the others...

smoked chicken

claypot pork ribs with yam

smoking hot...

We ordered two more dishes, ie. paku pakis belacan and one steamed talapia... I was busy eating that I forgotten about the last two dishes... and the bill came to RM96 for 6 persons!

Comments

  1. Looks real good...Rawang sure got lots of good makan places. I take note already!

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  2. you've got my saliva dripping again. Got the address? Must go and try the smoked chicken

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  3. The steamed Melon Soup looks like a more affordable version of Jumping Buddha. Let's chuck in abalone slices, shark's fin, scallops, Chinese ham etc.

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  4. Eeeepsss! Really nid to change specs liao! Read wrong. You wrote Lan Jie... I go and read Lan Jiao. Wtf! *faints*

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  5. those foods are very new to me but they do look appetizing

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  6. I think I wld go gaga over the claypot yam! :)
    +Ant+

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  7. Wow you sure have a wide variety of foods available to you. Making me hungry!

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  8. Hi Reanaclaire, you sure know where to eat, ha ha.
    I guess you liveto eat. I eat to live.
    The food certaily looks fabulous, can practically smell the lovely spices.

    Wishing you and family the best of the new year, you stay young, stay beautiful and have fun, Happy new year, Reana, Lee.

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  9. Really yummy dishes there! I bet the steamed melon soup must be very nice. Very worth for money having considered quite a number of dishes + 6 pax! Happy New Year 2010 to u & family!

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  10. yeah i think it is not expensive at all for 96rm and look at tat scallop so big hahhahahahaha happy new year

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  11. steamed Melon looks exotic to me. Have never tried such dish. The smoked chicken looks so oily. :p But then everything looks so delicious from here. ;p

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  12. That was cheap. Haha I love the wintermelon soup. I will make my own one of these days...hahaha Nice lunch :))

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  13. *golek*golek*golek* laughing non-stop at Cleffairy's remark .

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  14. chris: yes, along that road got a few nice stalls, my fren said..go and try..


    smallkucing: ok, i give u address 15-16, Block B, Gerai MPS Rawang.


    mingna: i never drank the monk one before.. very exp la.. :p


    cleffairy: what am i gonna do with u?? sangat kreatif la.. hahhaa.. i must show u that LJ tonight.. u pengsan.. hahaha...


    ayie: only the melon soup is something special.. the rest ok lar.. yam i love..

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  15. Gratitude: i can shake hands with u already.. i also love that..


    Cheryl: yes, my country has many types of food.. u name it, u got it! hahha...


    U.Lee: i m very wai sik lady fyi. Happy New Year to u too!!


    dora: i guess KL standard is considered cheap.. the melon alone cost 30rm..


    manglish: yes, some were in bits actually..

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  16. tekkaus: exotic pulak? :P i think we can do it in our own homes.. easy only.. just dump in anything u like.. and steam it in the kwali or big pot..


    elin: when? when? leave a bowl for me?? :p


    smallkucing: she has a creative mind, right? or perhaps a big sengat.. lam chey.. hahhaa...

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  17. Thank you very much for the address Claire. Will drag hubby go and eat there :p

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  18. I hate you,, i hate you, no more food food pictures here,ok? i tried to cut down on food,i mean good food for 2010, so please dont tempt me,,ok?

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  19. So sister,Aaron must be very happy coming back from Italy, did he bring back any Italiano chic or not,,,,, if got must show show to the rest of us ,ok?

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  20. By the way,my blog will close shop untill 1st of Jan 2010, till then i wish you and the rest of your family, good health and all the happiness, and may the good Lord be with you all the time.

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  21. Sorry,i forgot to say"thank you" to you for the piece of good news that you promised to bring to me,thank you.

    It is ok if it cannot not be materialized,dont fret.

    thank you

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  22. Ok, another thing before i forget,, isnt my dotter lovely? i mean Merryn lah?

    The meeting of two Titans, Claire and Merryn, the famous bloggers in Malaysia,,,,

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  23. Oh! Yummy food! Didn't know Rawang got so many nice food. Is the smoked chicken taste nice? Very reasonable price ya? With so many dishes wor.

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  24. smallkucing: show your pics when u have eaten them.. :p


    eugene: wah.. u macam foongpc ah? conquered one comment and another and another.. and.. u know what? i love it.. hahaha...do write more!


    annieq: first time i tasted smoked chicken.. ok lar.. not that very very nice. haha...

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  25. Drooling...especially that pork and yam claypot dish!!! Looks really good! So lucky...to get to eat all these yummy stuff!

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  26. nuts: thanks .. same to u..


    stp: so when coming to KL? after cny?

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  27. Oh my. Looking at the dishes alone are enough to make me drool...

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  28. i would love the steamed melon soup. Happy 2010!

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  29. mama mia: home cooked ones are better.. hahaa..


    wenn: yes, i love that too.. can cook it ourselves.. .

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  30. LMAO... see wrong liao... itulah... old liao, nid higher specs power. *blush*

    And Claire... I think I know what you can do with me. You can FEED me! LOL...

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  31. cleffairy, not to worry, i love u to see wrongly actually.. you make our day!!
    yes, i must feed u real good.. u must be weighing the same as I am!

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  32. i mean i make sure u weigh the same as i m now... hahhaa. my broken english will put my teacher into shame..

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  33. Nevermind, we also got one Cikgu over here... ahahaha...he has yet to laugh at our broken English and the lack of ability to read properly. LOL...

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  34. cleffairy: who can that be? i wonder..

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