Thursday, June 7, 2012

Auntie Sim Kitchen @ Uptown Damansara

It's an urban legend that there are no good Teo Chew restaurants in Petaling Jaya. Just look at Auntie Sim who has created a boisterous kitchen devoted to traditional Teo Chew cuisine. Located in the vibrant Uptown Damansara (same row as Pappa Rich), Auntie Sim's Kitchen is open straight through from breakfast until dinner. 
Teo Chew Olive Fried Rice (RM7.50) - A simple fried rice elevated by exceptional ingredients such as olive vegetables, chopped long beans and diced shrimps. Think twice before sharing this signature dish!
Braised Duck and Mixed Pork Combo (RM32) - At Auntie Sim's Kitchen, you will find familiar favorite like the Braised Duck and Mixed Pork Combo swimming in a rich umami sauce. All the proteins were well marinated and it doesn't get more Teo Chew than this dish.
Stir Fried Fish Maw with Sea Prawns (RM35) - There are many classic dishes available, but we made beeline for the stir fried fish maw and dancing prawns, topped with shaved scallions and red pepper.
Stir Fried Kai Lan - It would be a shame to miss the greens in any meal. So remember, don't let the big dishes define your experience. 

Verdict: TOTALLY SMITTEN

Smitten Dishes:
Stir Fried Fish Maw with Sea Prawns
Braised Duck and Mixed Pork Combo
Teo Chew Olive Fried Rice

Auntie Sim Kitchen Big Badge

16 comments:

  1. I am interested on the mixed pork..

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    1. Hehhe I think you will be happy with it. =)

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  2. Whenever a restaurant serves TeoChew, sure to see the braised duck and mixed pork platter. My fav part of this dish is the boiled eggs :P

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    1. I love the duck and boiled eggs. I tend to eat too much when I see duck and eggs.

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  3. I love olive fried rice. am glad more places serve it now!

    and i'll be sure to order the braised egg and tofu. awesome maximus!

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    1. Yea! Its gonna be a very good combo! =)

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  4. ooo, the braised duck, egg and pork are what i'd wallop straightaway! :D

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    1. I saw ppl bringing wine there, you don't have to be sober dining there =)

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  5. Wow, the food looks so fresh. The addition of olives to the fried rice is an interesting twist. :-)

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    1. I love putting olives in porridge too. =)

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  6. how's the taste of the fried Fish Maw with Sea Prawns, seem like some salted egg been added...?

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    1. It was nice. I enjoyed it very much. Don't think there is any salted egg inside this dish.. maybe some salt. hehhee =)

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  7. This food looks so good that makes me hungry!!

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    1. Thanks Kate.... you gotta come msia one of these days.

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  8. What a healthy dish! I'm heading on over!

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