DurianSS2 @ PJ . Restoran Beh Brothers @ Jalan Alor

Durian SS2 offering buffet style from RM15 for the D24 but the durian quality will be average if you opt. for this Eat All You Can promo. For a "Sure Eat Guarantee" good quality durian I will recommend you go for ala carte, haha and you can choose which type or durian you like. Durian price are from RM12/kg to RM20/kg, my favourite XO Druian price at RM15/kg, Red Prawn Durian RM12/kg, and why not go for some Kampung durian that's more value for money at price of RM7/kg here.

DurianSS2 @ Petaling Jaya
intersection of Jalan SS2/24 and Jalan SS2/75 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.117794,101.623943
Tel: 012-234 5619 (Ah Wai)
The durian is in season again! we have D2, D101, D24, D88, Jiu Ji, Raja Kunyit, Tawa, Thraka, Udang Merah and Mas Pahang. Come join the durian fest and eat all you can!

Raja Kunyit or known as "Mao San Wong" in cantonese, cost around RM40 onwards and it's the best Durian. It's so good that Stanley Ho,  the Macau Tycoon had to fly his private jet to Singapore to get the Malaysia's best durian wiht the pirce tag RM38/kg, last year. He spent nearly RM5,000 just for the durians, but that's has not include his private jet fuel yet! It's so good and there go the commercial effects, all jacking up their price now further. You might ask, why he buy in Singapore? Cause Singapore pay more $$$ to the durian dealer, that's how our premium class durian are now taste better there than in our home country...sob..sob

The highlight of the Raja Kunyit lie in its seed, not round, it's crooked and very small. Some calls it seedless Durian and durian flesh does not stick to the seed. Durian flesh just pull off to your mouth easily, leaving only the clean seed on your hand. Of course, the taste is good with lots of durian flesh due to the small seed.
We stop here for Lunch
My colleague's discover this place...he lead us here for a light lunch before we indulge in some quality durians at SS2.

Kuala Lumpur is all about eating and the best eating isn't in the air-conditioned restaurants, it is eating in Jalan Alor. Formerly known as the Red light district of KL. The area has since undergone a number of facelifts. Stalls are parked all along the street which give an overwhelming experience for the first timers. It’s easiest to get there, at the Bukit Bintang monorail stop and with a short walk, the whole character of the city changes from the modern shopper’s paradise melts away into something reminiscing the past age. Jalan Alor area is most happening at night, things started when the sun goes down, with a complete makeover. Both sides of Jalan Alor are lined by endless rows of mamak stalls and outdoor al fresco restaurants with plastic table and chair, interspersed with hawker stands selling fruits, barbequed meats, hanging ducks, and so on.
Curry Noodle with Seafood
Mixed Pork Noodle
Wantan Mee (Dry)
Nyonya Kuih



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