Restaurant Kim Fah @ Inanam


Located next to G-Mart Supermarket. You will see a big banner of Kedai Kopi Fatt Choi Tenom which is quite misleading but after we check it out, it is really Restaurant Kim Fah. This is a good place for budget seekers. For three dishes and a soup we ordered, its only cost RM33. However, for tastes wise, the food do tasted a little bit too salty.

Our new schedule in the gym had make us felt exhausted most of the time. More over, our evening classes ended quite late which means that we will be having late dinner. As most of the eateries in KK close early, we will always have to travel around searching for the available restaurants. Surprisingly, when we reached Kedai Kopi Fatt Choi Tenom, it was still crowded with people although it is already around 9.00pm. Without hesitation, we parked our car and have our dinner there.
 
 4 dishes, 1 rice and 2 ice water, Total paid for dinner: RM33.60
 
 Stir-Fried Sweet Potatoes Leaf with egg, RM6 (too salty)
  
 Hot and Sour Soup, RM6 (too much ham choy)
 
 Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet, RM8 (the sauce is good but the batter of the fish fillet is too thick)
 
Claypot Seafood Beancurd, RM12 (salty but just nice if eat together with rice)
Ratings:
Food: 3/5
Services: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5

Comments

Unknown said…
Many a times, Malaysian food can be either too salty or too sweet (especially teh tarik at mamak). What is up with that? Must be because sugar and salt is cheap as it is subsidise by our govt. If govt reduce the subsidy, for sure the diabetes statistics in Malaysia will drop. ;)
Angeline said…
Yeah, absolutely agree. High sodium and sugar food are the cause of diseases.

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