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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Have a WILD lunch at Damansara Village @ Imbi

Damansara Village @ Imbi serves LUNCH!

Lunch time too hot for Steamboat? No worries.

Whet your apetite with these delicious lunch set menu's......


Damansara Village @ Imbi
Great food. Cool place.
Car park for hundreds of cars.

32&34 Jalan Utara
off Jalan Imbi
55100 Kuala Lumpur (behind Pasar Rakyat)
Tel.2141-1678

GPS 3°08'41.08" N 101°43'01.84" E

30 comments:

Fishy Blue Box said...

Pat

Looking at your restaurant fish, does it come from the blue plastic box to ensure its freshness?

The blue-box is money-making scheme by a government agency. They call it food-quality plastic boxes. The fishes are raw uncooked fish. Whether they are in the old plastic boxes or styrofoam or in the new boxes, the fish still need to be cooked before eating. You can lie to the public but not everybody will swallow it.

Why is the ruling to use these expensive boxes, whose price is jacked up by corruption, applied only to imported fish and not local fish? Why is a monopoly created for the distribution of the boxes? Why is the Malaysian Fisheries Development Authority (LKIM) director involved?

This shows that health reasons have nothing to do with it. Rent-seeking is the real reason. The public is being taken for a ride again. Let's be clear about this - it's not the fish importers who are victimised but the consumers. The importers should boycott and hold their ground until this shameless government backs down.

Anonymous said...

Fairus is the trojan horse planted by Anwar to infiltrate UMNO.

You hear it first on Niamah!

By the way, Fairus still owe the Penang government RM100k for the loan he took to buy a Mercs.

was was said...

Very soon your restaurant fish must be served on a blue plate to be supplied (at a 'disciunted price') by a bn crony to esnure its halal status and freshness.

Anonymous said...

Proton Boleh?

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/3/3/nation/5784628&sec=nation

Fix your power window first-lah!

The Penquin said...

Wow the chicken sure looks delicious ! Must try !

Anonymous said...

Organic chicken sound interesting.

Anonymous said...

Rais urged people to read and not to play computer.

I suppose reading blogs (like Niamah, Zorro-unmasked, Malaysia Today) is a good tabiat, right?

Anonymous said...

The reason why we're so behind with the rest of the world is because of people like Rais trying to act in the interest of the people! Censorship and restrictions on the people will not make Malaysia a modern country. You cannot stop the people from their rights to comment, criticize or to search for information.

All that he said are contrary to the laws for a progressive society, such as using a religious teaching that prohibits freedom of choice and a culture of unjust favouritism . We should be guided by a religion of love and compassion and righteousness that ensure freedom of speech freedom of belief.

And implementing seditious laws to combat rightful opinions in the internet. Good and bad is not for him to decide as the government but by the people through free speech and alternative opinions. Is he saying that the government is always right and anything against it is bad?

And building a civilisation and culture without comparison to the best as a guide is a catastrophe . If Singapore is better ,we should not be shy to learn from them. To say that Malaysia has its own culture and Thailand has theirs just to prove his point is a misguided statement that ours is the best or equally good.
Security that is base on false charge of sedition is an injustice, a crime against free speech and rights of individual.

To further restrict the free flow of information is an act of suppression and oppression of its own people. We must stand up against further erosion of our human rights. Yes?

patrickteoh said...

Hahaha...our wild Haruan fish comes from the few pristine rivers left in the rainforests of Malaysia. They are alive and swimming until you order them to be cooked. So no need for boxes of any colour.

Yes Anonymous 9:52 AM come and try our Cho Kai. I know chicken meat is pretty generic meat. That's why people always say "it tastes like chicken" when the identity of the meat eludes them. But even old cynical me thinks that Cho Kai is the best tasting chicken on this planet.

patrickteoh said...

Hahaha...our wild Haruan fish comes from the few pristine rivers left in the rainforests of Malaysia. They are alive and swimming until you order them to be cooked. So no need for boxes of any colour.

Yes Anonymous 9:52 AM come and try our Cho Kai. I know chicken meat is pretty generic meat. That's why people always say "it tastes like chicken" when the identity of the meat eludes them. But even old cynical me thinks that Cho Kai is the best tasting chicken on this planet.

Anonymous said...

Why Blue box?
Wonder why it is not Green?

Blue is the color of BN.
Subconciously when you eat your fish you think of BN.

As for the haruan, make sure it is not caught illegally in the protected waters in Malaysia by the orang asli for a small sum but then sold many times more expensive when cooked.

Anonymous said...

Pat,
Don't forget to included capon chicken (yim kai)into your menu. Same as the cho kai, grass and corn fed. Nice texture even the skin taste excellent.

Hamba BN said...

UMNO gave everyone an Utusan Malaysia typical statement, say PKR and PR are not fighting for Islam/Malays and that Anwar failed to act on my/our message. The disdain you have for my people the Malays, the belief that we can’t see through you shenanigans is interesting indeed. I will remind you what Abu Jahl told the men who plotted at night to relieve the Holy Prophet’s clan from the crippling sanctions but posed as innocently concerned: Hadha amrun qad dudhiya bilalyl (This is a secret plan hatched by the previous night). We can see through your Allah, Islam and the Malay jokes.

Ken said...

Enjoy your haruan at Damansara Village while the nation is heading towards doomsday.

Thanks to the kataks, BN only needs 11 more seats to reclaim its two-thirds majority in the 222-seat parliament. If Pakatan Rakyat loses its one-third hold on parliament, it would have 'a huge impact' because the government would once again be able to amend the constitution and change election rules to boost its own position.

Iklan said...

Your restaurant advertisement should be placed on the side bar.

It has nothing to be Niamah.

patrickteoh said...

Dear Iklan, thank you for your support of Niamah!!! (I assume you are a regular visitor to my blog) I appreciate it. But please don't tell me what I should put into it and what anything has TO DO with Niamah!!! Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

I will cancel 3 of my credit cards, save RM150 (sorry Najib) to try out Set B of your menu the next time i go to Damansara Village. I hope you do not charge GST.

Val said...

Can substitute fish ah ? Your menu sounds soooo good but until today, I still can't bring myself to eat Haruan fish. Funny as it sounds but I am "geli".

patrickteoh said...

Hi Val. I am sure that we can arrange something for you. Speak to my daughter, Melanie there. But you should try the Haruan. It is delicious.

Anonymous said...

There is really no need to be anxious about low quality MPs going out of PKR and even into Umno. Let's just hope more of them will follow suit. This will actually give the people renewed confidence in PKR.

It's good the frogs jump now as Pakatan can now have more time to groom good honest YBs with potential. All the frogs knows very well that their tenure won't last. So they save their skin and make some money from BN before they're out. They've all forgotten who vote them in and what their responsibilities are, because they've other motivations (for entering politics).

It's a pleasure to see them leave. What a happy day for Pakatan and a sorry one for the frogs.

Anderson Rd said...

Was there with my family on Sat. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The food was excellent. Melanie is such a gracious host.

We talked about our days at Anderson Rd and was having such a good laugh over things that we used to do.

Ken, really knows his stuff and was teaching us our to "eat our steamboat" properly.

My son is addicted to your fried rice :-)

Anonymous said...

Wild lunch = exotic meat + strong liquor?

monsterball said...

Nice to see a change...just like.. Lim Kit Siang put out a comedy act by him..away from politics too.
Yes....sickening politics to foods....how nice.
Will take note and try....although..good food is available in Subang Jaya....and I guess ..almost everywhere...nowadays.

Anonymous said...

There is an article in the Chinese press today by a former Chinese journalist entitled “Talents and Serfs”, which captures powerfully the failures of MCA and other BN component parties in Malaysian politics – driving away Malaysian talents overseas to create a two-million strong Malaysian diaspora while leaving behind those in government positions whose first qualifications are to be servile and subservient to the powers-that-be.

Anonymous said...

If you did not believe earlier that Umno or the government is behind Perkasa then surely you do now. Umno screams, ‘up with 1Malaysia’. Perkasa screams, ‘down with the Chinese and Indians’. Can you see how one can get his/her cake and eat it too? It is called getting the best of both worlds. The Chinese and Indians who receive ‘mother-tongue education’ and are therefore not too clever will still vote for Barisan Nasional because they are too stupid to see this.

Caesar said...

hi pat, chin gau-la lu! anyway, where exactly is your 1st restaurant (the one at the kampung)? really want to try la!

patrickteoh said...

Hi Caesar. Our Damamnsara Village @ Damanasara Jaya is here...

1067, Jalan Jenjarum, Kg. Sg. Kayu Ara, off Jalan SS23/10, 47400 Petaling Jaya.

Reservations: Tel: 03 7803 1832.

GPS coordinates: Latitude: 3° 7'26.64"N Longitude: 101°36'46.71"E

Our new Damansara Village @ Imbi is here...

32&34 Jalan Utara off Jalan Imbi 55100 Kuala Lumpur (opp. Pasar Rakyat)

Tel.2141-1678

GPS 3°08'41.08" N 101°43'01.84" E

Anonymous said...

Hi Mr Patrick, the restaurant got serve single person menu? Me and a date consider stopping by to try your organic chicken but cant find kaki to eat big feast le.

patrickteoh said...

Hi anonymous 4:44 PM. Yes, I am sure we can find something that'll suit just the two of you. Have our Cho Kai and Sang Yue and vegetables with rice. That'll make a good meal. And to top it order a pot of our Village Pepper soup.

Jeramy said...

Yo Pat !
Firstly to tell you that I've been following your blog since day 1 but never seem to wanna to say anything as you have said it all. I really mean it. Your flowerly comments about things comes straight from my heart and I sometime wonder how did you do it. maybe, we are in the same boat (age group) Keep it up and as I have not tried your Imbi outlet, I will be there tomorrow.
Keep up the writing and the f@#*k

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