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fRaNkY
14-01-2005, 06:07 PM
Is the one infront of Lisa De Inn at the rothman roundabout. However, I forgot the name of the restaurant.

They deep fried it then add a layer of chap and then cook it again.

Eaten at least 3 times.

Anyone wants to join me in a EAT UNTIL YOU DROP outing? :D
(Have to dutch ya - bring RM500 with you)

mysticalangel
15-01-2005, 07:35 PM
Is the one infront of Lisa De Inn at the rothman roundabout. However, I forgot the name of the restaurant.

They deep fried it then add a layer of chap and then cook it again.

Eaten at least 3 times.

Anyone wants to join me in a EAT UNTIL YOU DROP outing? :D
(Have to dutch ya - bring RM500 with you)

Franky, wat is chee keok dish??? Care to enlighten me???

jand
15-01-2005, 09:31 PM
fRaNkY: RM500?? wahliao... perhaps you forgot the dead part, the EAT TILL YOU DROP DEAD part :D

mysticalangel: literally, it's pig's leg. popular with chinese women during confinement.

orchipalar
16-01-2005, 04:52 AM
Err...the Germans for some reasons...love the swine legs also... :D

Ahem...the best(stewed with no vinegar type) that Orchi tasted so far...is located in Dengkil... :)

Should one prefers stewed swine legs in black vinegar/ginger ones...well one need not travel far...the restaurant in USJ4 well known for fish heads ala chan sow lin...has it good too :)

Err...arguably swine legs are best when prepared in bak kut teh...hmmm...classic! :D

BTW...please note: For swine legs...most prefer the fore legs rather than the hind legs...this is so...coz most find the hind legs with more fat! :rolleyes:

mysticalangel
16-01-2005, 11:17 AM
fRaNkY: RM500?? wahliao... perhaps you forgot the dead part, the EAT TILL YOU DROP DEAD part :D

mysticalangel: literally, it's pig's leg. popular with chinese women during confinement.

Pig's leg? Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwww

fRaNkY
19-01-2005, 02:28 PM
mysticalangel: literally, it's pig's leg. popular with chinese women during confinement.

This one not like the one cook vinegar one.... for confinement one. This one deep fried then got some "chap" or sauce over it. So it depends on the herbs marinated. Nice or not, in this case they did it real well. Like roast pork. It was ordered from a retirement party of about 8 tables.... there after I got hooked into it. :D

Aiyah, one person RM500 what can eat nowadays... one bowl shark fin easily RM200! The most expensive meal I had eaten is about RM460 per person and there were 6 of us.... at Mandarian Oriental (next to KLCC) but unfortunately halal, and fortumately paid by some mat salleh

Chinese like that one, everypart oso eat one. Tak kan throw away the meaty leg? waste man!