Restoran Alison 阿里山茶餐室 @ Sri Petaling

Restoran Alison 阿里山茶餐室. Restoran (in Malay) is a borrowed word for restaurant and in Malaysia, restoran can be what Singaporeans term as Kopitiam.

Restoran Alison 阿里山茶餐室.
Restoran (in Malay) is a borrowed word for restaurant and in Malaysia, restoran can be what Singaporeans term as Kopitiam.

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Pork Porridge or rather Mixed Pork Porridge. The crispy brown stuff you see on top are Chitterlings, the small intestines of a pig

Pork Porridge or rather Mixed Pork Porridge.
The crispy brown stuff you see on top are Chitterlings, the small intestines of a pig

The thick meat-coloured items on the spoon are Pig's Tongue.<br />They tasted <span style="color: #ff0000;"><span style="text-decoration: line-through;"> just like</span></span> better than meat. I loved them.<br />Paul said if he knew they were tongue, he wouldn't have enjoyed them as much as he did this morning.

The thick meat-coloured items on the spoon are Pig’s Tongue.
They tasted  just like better than meat. I loved them.
Paul said if he knew they were tongue, he wouldn’t have enjoyed them as much as he did this morning.

This stall serves very good porridge indeed. I do not mind eating all my 3 meals here.

This stall serves very good porridge indeed.
I do not mind eating all my 3 meals here.

Prawn Noodle Soup - MYR5.

Prawn Noodle Soup – MYR5.

Prawn Noodle Soup in Malaysia is different from those you get in Singapore. The difference is usually the addition of chilli powder and some spices. Malaysian Prawn Noodle Soup is also slightly sweeter and tastier than the Singapore version if you can find the right stall. Paul said his noodles were not as good as other Malaysian (Penang Hae Mee) he has eaten from other stalls but still the noodles were good enough not to be wasted.

Prawn Noodle Soup in Malaysia is different from those you get in Singapore.
The difference is usually the addition of chilli powder and some spices. Malaysian Prawn Noodle Soup is also slightly sweeter and tastier than the Singapore version if you can find the right stall.
Paul said his noodles were not as good as other Malaysian (Penang Hae Mee) he has eaten from other stalls but still the noodles were good enough not to be wasted.

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Paul and his not so delicious but still can do Prawn Noodle Soup. Waste not want not!

Paul and his not so delicious but still can do Prawn Noodle Soup.
Waste not want not!

Me and my very scrumptious Mixed Pork Porrdige.<br />If you love deep-fried Chitterlings and organ meat like Pig's Tongue, this is ineffable!

Me and my very scrumptious Mixed Pork Porrdige.
If you love deep-fried Chitterlings and organ meat like Pig’s Tongue, this is ineffable!

So the meal we had yesterday (click here to see post Unplatable Plates) wasn’t fantastic. It wasn’t even adequate but the porridge totally compensated the “ordeal”. I wished I had taken Paul’s advice to eat the Hakka Noodles because they weren’t open the next morning when we returned for breakfast before journeying on to Kukup. Another reason why I should have gorged myself was the ONE FC lasted till 11pm and I was famished during the event.

Restoran Alison 阿里山茶餐室
70, Jalan Radin Anum 1 (Bandar Sri Petaling),
Sri Petaling, WP Kuala Lumpur 57000,
Malaysia.

Happy discovering 🙂

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2 Responses to “Restoran Alison 阿里山茶餐室 @ Sri Petaling”
  1. Laura Lynn says:

    I”m not sure I’d enjoy pig tongue either. It’s not the taste, I’m sure it’s grand, but it’s the idea that gives me the willies. Nice to see you out and about enjoying your trip!

    • Sam Han says:

      I am running around like armageddon is here but I really need to rest. My gastric is working up today and I had double dose of the medication, feeling better now 😀

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