[MALAYSIA] The Famous Portugese Grilled Fish, Petaling Street

Ternyata di Petaling Street, Chinatown (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) ada tempat makan enak namanya Portugese Grilled Fish (Ikan Panggang Portugis Istimewa) which is famous for local people and tourist! Lokasinya ada di perempatan antara jalan Petaling Street dengan jalan Hang Lekir, persis depan Hong Leong Bank. Please note that it’s not a restaurant, it’s more like a stall, or hawker food. 

Peta Lokasi & Nomor telpon mereka

Jadi siap-siap buat yang ingin makan disini, tempatnya seperti makan di kaki lima, tanpa AC dan siap mengantri karena ramai sekali yang datang makan kesini. Tempat makan ini buka hanya saat dinner time mulai dari jam 5 sore hingga habis.

Makanan yang wajib dipesan disini adalah Spicy Stingray (size medium seharga RM11), dan Sotong mixed with Lala (size medium seharga RM15). Cukup murah bukan? Porsi mediumnya cukup banyak juga, bisa untuk makan share 3-4 orang lho.. Agar lebih mantap makannya, kami pun memesan nasi putih seharga RM0.70. Untuk satu menu utama seperti Spicy Stingray atau jenis seafood lainnya, kita harus sabar menunggu sekitar 25-30 menit dan juga tergantung jumlah antrian saat itu. Pembayaran makanan juga harus dilakukan di awal, alias setelah pesan makanan, harus langsung bayar di kasir.

Tampak suasana makan di sana

proses panggang di atas bara api

Stingray alias ikan Pari disini memang sudah terkenal sejak puluhan tahun lalu. Ikan Pari dipanggang dengan teknik khusus dimasak di atas bara api, dibungkus dengan alumunium foil dan disajikan panas-panas sekali. Ketika alumunium foil dibuka, langsung tercium aroma masakan yang begitu lezat, it smells so good! Bumbu chilli sauce dari ikan pari ini kental sekali, pedasnya super mantap dan rempah-rempahnya terpadu sempurna, lengkap dengan potongan kacang panjang di dalamnya, it’s really (SUPER) delicious dan bikin ketagihan! Menu lainnya, Sotong alias Cumi yang dicampur dengan Lala (sebutan untuk clam alias kerang tahu), bumbu pedasnya juga enak sekali! These two menu was a mouth watering dish, definitely a must try when you’re in Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur. 

Spicy Stingray - Portugese Grilled Fish, Petaling Street

Sotong mixed with Lala - Portugese Grilled Fish

Peta lokasi Portugese Grilled Fish Petaling Street, KL

Untuk minuman, tidak perlu bingung karena persis di depan stall makanan ini ada penjual minuman Air Mata Kucing yang paling enak yang pernah ada. (Aku sudah cobain banyak minuman ini di sekitar sana, maupun daerah KL lainnya, tapi hanya Air Mata Kucing di depan Hong Leong Bank inilah yang paling enak menurutku.. ) Minuman Air Mata Kucing yang memang terkenal dan khas negara Malaysia ini dibuat dari campuran buah Kelengkeng dan buah Lo Han Kuo atau biasa orang sebut dengan Buah Kundur. Warna minuman gelap kecoklatan dengan rasa manis alami dari buah-buahan tersebut, rasanya segar sekali apalagi minumnya selagi dingin, bagus untuk meredakan panas dalam karena khasiat dari buah Lo Han Kuo tadi. Di dasar minumannya ada buah lengkeng lho, enak deh.. With ice, this drink cost RM 1.50, and without ice, it cost RM2. 

Air Mata Kucing - Petaling Street

Buat teman-teman yang ingin ke Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, jangan lupa ya mampir cobain makanan ini. Dijamin puas dan ketagihan sama enaknya masakan mereka, It’s the best Spicy Stingray I’ve ever tried. Thanks to my local friend, Simon Lim for the dinner treat that night, the food was awesome! Definitely will never forget the yummy spicy taste and will come back again for sure! 🙂 Apakah ada teman-teman yang pernah punya pengalaman makan di sini? Yuk di share… 🙂 

Portugese Grilled Fish Stall (Ikan Panggang Bakar Istimewa)
At Hong Leong Bank Berhad – Petaling Street, Chinatown Kuala Lumpur
Phone : 019-315 9448
Pork free. Open from 4.30 to 11pm
 

 

Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say "Hi". Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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11 Comments

    • Thank you Tankar for visiting my blog, as far as i know they still open daily… 🙂

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    • hi tankarliang, you certainly didn’t read this blog if you asking that thing. they CLOSED at MONDAY. look again at the Map Picture carefully.

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      • AHA! That’s right, MR.P Thank you so much for the correction. My bad I forgot the condition and didn’t look at the map again..
        Yup, they closed on Monday! 🙂

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  1. this is making me hungry again, and it’s only 8:30 in the morning!

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  2. since it’s pork free so it’s halal! yeahhh wanna go there ah. thanks for this valuable info 🙂

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