I found this place at Ayer Keroh when Yayang and I went to Malacca.
The restaurant's name is Ayam penyet Lamongan.
The latest I came to this restaurant, I ate Pecel Lele.
Opps, I ordered Ayam Penyet, but Yayang ordered the Pecel Lele.
We often sharing our meals. Sharing is loving, na? [smile]
Ayam Penyet is actually a traditional Indonesian cuisine. It is a popular chicken dish where the fresh chicken is specially marinated with various spices and herbs. The meat is smashed with a wooden headed hammer and deep fried until golden light brown. One of the unique feature in preparing this funny name dish is the art of frying where it is crispy from outside and juicy inside. In a set of Ayam Penyet, there are a quarter crispy chicken, a piece each of fried beancurd and tempe, some boiled kangkong, fresh cabbage, blazing hot sambal belachan and bits of crunchy golden brown fried fritter topping on the chicken. Nyum², so kampung.......
Pecel Lele is usually served grilled catfish and eaten with the same as Ayam Penyet, a piece each of fried beancurd and tempe, some boiled kangkong, fresh cabbage, blazing hot sambal belachan [Lele is the Indonesian word for catfish]. Nyum² again...
|Hey, that's me, eating! Curik this picture from Yayang.|
P/S ; You should try. I suggest you come to this restaurant. It is in MITC, Ayer Keroh in front of Mydin Mall.