Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Kedai Makanan SINKI @ Dengkil

It has been a while since I last visited Sinki, I used to patron it during the time when we were executing building contacts in Putrajaya and Dengkil is one of the few places closest to Putrajaya where we can eat non-halal food.
After a good ride at Putrajaya lakeside a few of us were gamed for a good lunch at Dengkil and I was glad that the group decided this eating house because I like the food here.

The signature fried fish coated with chill sauce gravy must try leh....
Wow!!! big fresh water prawns so enticing, fresh and tender.
RM148.00 for these 7 prawns....good but costly...once in a blue moon it's okay and for a good experience and a marvellous taste of big prawns.
Steamed Jelly chicken
I like this Paku veggie stir fired with belacan crunchy and not sappy at all. Lovely.
In deed it was a good lunch and a word of advice if you do want to pay too much for the meal then avoid ordering prawns.
This 70+ years old uncle has been selling these pau for more than 20 over years.
Some of us went over to the next shop next door and bought some "pau" back. Someone told me that the original pau maker is actually somewhere opposite this place, I have yet to confirm this.

Kedai Makanan Sinki
No. 96, Jalan Besar
43800 Dengkil
Tel : 03 – 8768 8268 or 012-266 7161 (Mr Lee Chee Keong)
GPS : 2.85856,101.679816

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