Masakan Kampung Asli
Hulu Langat in Selangor is a place rich with nature, streams, and rivers. There are farms, picnic places, fishing ponds, etc. here in Hulu Langat. Many of the folks from Kuala Lumpur and other parts of Selangor come to Hulu Langat to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city living. On their visits they most certainly will hunt for food places. One of these places is a stall called Masakan Kampung Asli (Ikan Sungai) which loosely translates to “Genuine Village Styled Cooking (River Fishes).
Fishes ready to be eaten.
Judging by its name one can safely assume that this place serves river fishes. They most certainly do along with other local Malay dishes. The fishes served here are river catfishes, tilapia, mahseer (kelah), etc. Tilapia and various types of catfishes are served daily. For fishes like mahseer, one has to make an early booking as these fishes are not always available and they will have to order them from their supplier.
Delicious fried tilapia.
The dishes served here are simple Malay dishes served in Malay homes. They are tasty and well cooked. Prices here are really reasonable too. The place is also simple and is a place that the local folks who live around the area go to for their fill of delicious food.
Google Maps to Pusat Tuisyen Jadi Bestari (this is where the stall is located)
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