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Chong Yen Steamed Fish Food Stall 壮源(松鱼头)饭档 @ Chan Sow Lin

We were bored one Saturday and decided to hang out for food. Somewhere not really regular to us. Somewhere populared.

Fishy thoughts crossed our minds and headed for Chan Sow Lin.

Arrived at a hutlike stall full of patrons. Each and everyone seemed satisfied with their dishes and every table has the familiar order.

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No one was petered out by its small and disregarded exterior. Customers here were willing to wait for their turn to be seated. And lining up was unavoidable during our visit. Another catchy service they offered is; sauna. A joke made by customers with the boss as honestly, the environment  is hot. However, as I mentioned earlier, patrons do not mind at all despite some flaws in areas of surroundings with this stall.

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What's their call?
Steamed Fish.

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Chong Yen has made up a towering achievement when it comes to running a business for years, even generations, and loyal customers will know where to go when the cravings for some steamed proteins drops by. Choose to steam your fish with either ginger with fermented bean paste. But these two options are most probably secured by every table.



Steamed Fish with Ginger. I heart this share most. You could enjoy this smooth portion better when tasted with the minced ginger and the tasty sauce showered on it.

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Needed a tangier flavour? Order the Steamed Fish with fermented Bean Paste. This goes well with the rice. Tangy sauce with spiciness that'll make you sweat extra apart from the hot environment in this eatery.

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Some choy sum to go with the fishy orders :)

The man in charge. This is the chef behind the recipe. This is the boss who manage to capture his loyal fans appetite and get new customers returning.

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壮源(松鱼头)饭档
Chong Yen Steamed Fish Food Stall
Jalan 3, Chan Sow Lin,
Off Sungai Besi,
Kuala Lumpur.
Mobile: +6012 231 8129 (Chong Yen)


18 comments:

Huai Bin October 26, 2009 at 7:53 PM  

HA! I've been here before years ago while on a business trip from Kuching. A client brought us here. Dai Sam Lo. =D

SimpleGirl October 26, 2009 at 8:43 PM  

seeing the crowd will tell the steamed fish must b real good....ilove steamed fish with lots of ginger!!!

Ee Vonn October 27, 2009 at 5:41 AM  

Hi! :) Your pictures are fantastic! Can I know which camera model and brand are you using? :)

Little Inbox October 27, 2009 at 8:31 AM  

Fresh water fish or sea fish?

Big Boys Oven October 27, 2009 at 9:13 AM  

hahahah those fish head looked so awesome!

"Joe" who is constantly craving October 27, 2009 at 10:35 AM  

i have been craving for fish head for awhile..but dont want to sweat..sigh..can bring portable fan?

kampungboycitygal October 27, 2009 at 12:06 PM  

next fishy thoughts = lan jie balakong? ;p

ai wei October 27, 2009 at 12:22 PM  

@@ the line!!!

never forget me for the lan jie one in balakong. have yet to try

thule a.k.a leo October 27, 2009 at 12:26 PM  

Sigh... passed by Chan Sow Lin area last Saturday on my way back to PJ.. should have stopped there for the fish head! Jenn has been telling me about this fish head place but she couldn't recall where... if only I read your blog earlier :(

kenwooi October 27, 2009 at 1:09 PM  

Wow, luckily I ate my lunch.. =P

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taufulou October 27, 2009 at 4:18 PM  

hee, there is another restaurant with air condition which my friend bring me go there 2..some where nearby~

vialentino October 27, 2009 at 8:24 PM  

looks so fresh...i really must try it for myself oneday ler...

J2Kfm October 27, 2009 at 8:32 PM  

this is the place aunt kept on saying, to be eating hot steamed fish under the hot sun. :)

Katie October 28, 2009 at 10:22 AM  

You always know something will be good when there's crowds of people there! That steamed fish looks really lovely and so flavoursome.

xin October 28, 2009 at 11:24 AM  

the crowd and the fish pic say it all! looks really good. perhaps i should bring my parents there next time when they come :D

~Christine~Leng October 28, 2009 at 12:00 PM  

Huai Bin~
wow.. your client brought u here? He sure knows where are the delicacies of KL!:) was it good?


SimpleGirl~
then you should give this place a try! hehe.


Ee Vonn~
thanks gal! We are using Canon EOS 450D :)


Little Inbox~
It's fresh water fish. Very fresh and smooth :)


BBO~
I bet you guys have tried them rite? :) haha ^^


Joe~
lol. have to prepare to sweat if wanna dine in at Chong Yen... no choice. Portable fan sounds like a great idea. ^^
Could consider bringing mine too if I am going there again ;P


kampungboycitygal~
Hands up. Yes dear!


AiWei~
have you been here?
Next time we go lan jie together! looking forward. I think lan jie also has the queue... ^^ Go earlier for lunch ;P

~Christine~Leng October 28, 2009 at 12:08 PM  

Leo~
haha... there's always next time :) Now you know where to go yea? Jalan 3! ^^


kenwooi~
Hi Ken :) Thanks for dropping by. Do visit for more! ^^


taufulou~
how was the one with air-cond? This one without air-cond but the ppl here are willing to wait and eat despite the heat. haha ;P


vialentino~
yea you should. Most ppl who dined in returned for more when the cravings for steamed fish head comes ^^


J2Kfm~
next time try dropping by with your aunt :) Call us along too yea ^^

Katie~
yes indeed! When there's a crowd, there must be something, not guaranteed the best but at least something good. haha... and we'll know where to go now. Follow the crowd! But Chong Yen's fish is something worth checking out. ^^


xin~
my parents brought me here. You should bring your parents here too. ^^ But you must be prepared to sweat yea... haha. Remind your parents ;)

Term Papers January 28, 2010 at 7:15 PM  

Small hotel, but very nice foods chong Yen, and all you cook in steam, that so healthy.

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