Kedai Kopi Golden Valley @ Kepayan RIdge

Every once in a while, you find a warm and cosy little neighborhood restaurant. And its good to revisit these restaurants to enjoy some simple honest food. Located at Kepayan Ridge, is one such restaurant.
Besides the main courses of chinese style cooking and western food, you can order many other side dishes from the surrounding stalls, such as satay, rojak buah, and ikan bakar.
Kedai Kopi Golden Valley
Lot.13, Taman Kepayan Ridge.
Location: Corner lot, easily noticeable
Rojak Buah RM5.00
This is a nice side dish that you can order from one of the surrounding stalls. The fruits were fresh and crunchy poured over by sweet sauce and finally sprinkled on top with crushed nuts. The whole combination is a magical taste in your mouth.
Sotong Kangkung RM7.00
This dish has the same sweet sauce as the rojak buah but this time poured over salty and springy squids and fresh water spinach. The sweet sauce merges nicely with the saltiness of the squid.
Satay RM0.60 per stick
The satay was sweet, fragrant and really tasty. The smokey aroma adds on the the appeal of such a nice meaty dish. The peanut sauce was nice and smooth but not too watery.
Mixed Grilled RM17.00
This platter is filled with lots of meaty goodness. Lamb chop, steaks, chicken chops. The lamb was fragrant and tender, while the beef was really sweet, while the chicken was tender. All poured with tasty gravy. The platter also include a generous portion of potato salad, french fries and garlic bread. The garlic butter was all tucked in the innards of the bread, which releases the tasty fragrance only after you bite in.
Grilled Stingray RM18.00
This was also one really wonderful dish, the fish was grilled to perfection, releasing a full fragrance, while retaining a certain firmness. The sauce that was poured on top was spicy and fragrant with curry pang. The saltiness in the sauce is also a nice addition.
Fried Meehoon with Fish Sauce RM10.00 (2 persons serving)
The fried meehoon was light but still full of fragrance from the fish sauce and has a slight saltiness to it. The seafood in the meehoon was also sweet and firm and was added in generous portions.
Stir-fried Sweet Potato Leaves RM6.00
The vegetable was stir fried in high heat thus releasing a nice herby sensation to the consumer, and cooked in nice sauce to add some sweetness and saltiness to it.
Stir-fried Ladyfingers with Belacan RM6.00
The ladyfingers were firm and sweet, with the addition of belacan it adds on a nice saltiness and fragrance that is really nice.


Lady G said…
I love fried mee hoon with fish sauce. There is a restaurant at Bundusan that serve really good ones.

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