Sunday, January 22, 2017

Gather Gather Kitchen Review(Kota Kemuning)

Ever felt that you missed your home's food cooked by your ever loving parents or even grandparents and once you moved out to town to work or study, you never really had the chance to get them as often as you used to do? I found this little place in Kota Kemuning (albeit a little far) that cooks potato fried pork like what my late grandpa used to make them.


From the main street, it's a single shop in the middle of the street.


Soft Yam Stewed to perfection paired with pork ribs is one of the good dish they serve best with steamed white rice.


Chicken marinated and cooked with Three Spice taste a little like kung pou chicken is another must try


My personal favourite the potato fried with pork!


Then we have the deep fried lotus root covered in salted egg yolk. Full of flavour on the outside and juicy on the inside.


This is another favourite of mine. Their own cooked nyonya sauce spread graciously on freshly steamed fresh stingray. Just spicy and tasty enough to be eaten on its own.


Fresh grouper fried and then cooked with curry to create this perfect dish.


The tofu really complements the scallops. This is one of their must try dishes.



I call this dish the "must have another". The soup was so tasty, I just couldn't resist having a second helping of it.


My personal rating?
Taste: 4/5 and it reminds me of home
Price: 3/5 Reasonable
Place: 3.5/5 clean, easy to get parking but a little far from KL

Address:
7G, Jalan Anggerik Vanilla X 31/X, Shah Alam 40460 Selangor.

Operation Hours:
Mon – Sun
10:30am – 3.00pm
5:30pm – 10:00pm
Closed on Wednesdays

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