Sunday, September 27, 2015

Hot Spicy chillies in Restaurant De Hunan, Kuchai

6 Sept 2015 - My sister, Jac recommended this particular Hu Nan China Restaurant for our family dinner. As we are kinda sick of food in Cheras area, we headed over to De HuNan in Kuchai for a try.

The surrounding was decorated with red hot chilli peppers like the band. This means you gonna get to eat nothing more, but only chillies.

In the menu, they allow you to choose least and the most chillies, from less spicy to super spicy. We ordered the least spicy because we don't know how spicy their hottest chilli can go.

We ordered this Baked Pumpkin With Salted Egg Yoke, but it was just normal.

This is their Steamed Fresh Concubine Fish slices, priced at almost RM 60 if I am not mistaken. It was very very nice, and real fresh fish. However, with the similar price, I rather order Hot and Spicy Steamed Fish Head in Hunan Specialty Style.

Claypot Chicken With Chinese “Hua Diao” Wine, nothing fancy, my mother can cook better than them.

It looks like they like satay as we do, having this satay lamb, chicken, and beef style. This is super hot too.

Ah ha, steamed rice in wooden bowl, nice and fragrant.

You might be surprised, this sauteed cabbage with dried chilli was nice and crunchy.

Broth soup aka sharkfin soup imitation. Just a broth soup.

fried golden fresh milk - This one tasted like a fried bun with custard fillings, to be dip in with butter sauce. However, I don't really think it is super nice.

I see, turned out the Fahrenheit branch is the same shop owner, just that the price is slightly higher due to the rental in the shopping centre.

6 adults, spending a total RM 300 on the bill. I would say it is quite expensive, plus it is not even suitable to bring children unless they are really peri-peri hot favourite children. But, once in a while, if you just crave for hot spicy food, you can just give a try, at least I told my husband that you do not need to go to China to taste China food, especially when we go to Shanghai just to look for the Hu Nan restaurant. However, I do not know why China food in Malaysia is so expensive. Most of their ingredients can be obtained in Malaysia, I assume.

Go for their steamed fish head and stewed cabbage with dried chillies, worth to try.

Restaurant De Hunan
Address: 2, Jalan Kuchai Maju 6, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur, 58200, Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, 58200, Malaysia
Phone:+60 3-7987 9318
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