4.04.2009

pegi makan di new york

following are some of the typical price you have to pay when going out to eat in any malaysian restaurant in new york. as far as i know, waktu duduk di malaysia dulu lima belas tahun yang lalu, i honestly never had fried rice with salted fish. rice with salted fish on the side adalah. pineapple fried rice? where do they come up with this recipe and consider it as malaysian food. nonetheless, the best thing is that kangkung belacan is about $9.95. dulu-dulu i remember kita pegi petik kangkung di tepi longkang or di belakang rumah for free. but now, i have to pay rm40 for a plate of kangkung.

NASI LEMAK US$5.50
Coconut rice flavored w. cloves & screw-pine leaves. Served w. chili anchovy, pickle, curry chicken w. bone and hard boiled eggs.

FRIED RICE WITH SALTED FISH $5.50
Salted fish fried rice w. egg, pork, chicken & shrimp

PINEAPPLE FRIED RICE $7.95
Fried rice w. pork, chicken, shrimp, eggs & basil leave, dried shrimp.

BEEF RENDANG $12.95
Tender pieces of beef simmered w. exotic spices (cinnamon, cloves)

MASAK LEMAK $11.95
Chose of beef, meat, checken sauteed w. green & red peppers, onions, carrots, dried red chilis & ginger in a spicy aromatic chili gravy.

KANG KUNG BELACAN $9.95
Sauteed convolus w. spicy Malaysian shrimp paste sauce.

SHRIMPS W. LADIES FINGERS MALAYSIAN STYLE $9.95
Sauteed okra with spicy Malaysian shrimp paste sauce.

ASAM LAKSA $5.95
Spicy & sour thick rice noodles served in chef's special lemon grass broth w. fish flakes & vegs.

CLAY POT PEARL NOODLES SOUP $5.95
Pearl noodles w. minced shrimp, pork, squid ,bean sprouts and egg in a clay pot.

CHOW KUEH TEOW $5.95
Malaysian famous stir fried flat rice noodles with shrimp, chive, squid, bean sprouts, eggs, soy sauce and chili paste.

INDIAN MEE GORENG $5.95
Indian style stir-fried egg noodles in an authentic mild dried squid sauce w. tofu, potatoes, shrimp, egg, bean sprouts & peanut.

SINGAPORE RICE NOODLES $5.95
Singapore style stir-fried rice noodles in special mild sauce w. shrimp, onion, bean sprout, egg and Chinese sausage.


source - http://www.penangusa.com/location_nyonyagr_menu_in.html

5 comments:

Cath J said...

Hahahaha... tepi longkang ah?? tell me about it... I done that tooo time kecil2!!!! lol..

Cath J said...

err.... don't you miss the 'romiding'??? hehehhe...if u dun this...welll.... never mind....lol...

kadazan man said...

"romiding" is sayur paku-pakis is it? or whatever you call it...if that is so, think i saw it here once in chinatown or somewhere.

Carolyn said...

Lomiding fry with udang kering.. best! ;-)

SJB said...

wow nasi lemak? mmmmmmm. i don't think they have nasi lemak here. so sad.