Saturday, January 11, 2020

Restoran Kong Ming, Oakland, Seremban

Kong Ming Restaurant has been around for years; the main outlet is located in Seremban town while the second outlet is in Oakland Commerce Square. We visited the latter lately with a friend dinner and ordered some of their signature dishes.

The restaurant was really busy when we arrived, a little chaotic in fact so it's best to make reservations if you're planning to dine here over the weekend.

Lamb stew (yong lam po) - served in a claypot, the lamb ribs were braised until falling-off-the-bone tender along with beancurd (fu chuk) in a lovely herbal-ish type of sauce.

Curry fish head - laden with vegetables such as cabbage, ladies finger, brinjal and long beans along with deep fried fish head chunks in a Chinese-style curry sauce. We particularly enjoyed flooding our rice with the curry sauce.

Dancing chicken - when our friend told us the name of this dish, we were curious as to what it was. Turns out it's stir fried chicken pieces with brinjal, topped with bonito flakes which looks like they're "dancing" when the wind blows over them.

Stir fried choy tam

Opening times: 11am - 3pm; 5.30pm- 10pm. Closed on Wednesdays.

Price: Total bill RM98 for 5 pax.

Location: Kong Ming Oakland Restaurant, No. 112-1-B &113-1, Lorong Haruan 5/4, Oakland Commerce Square, 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan (behind NSK - street parking available).

Tel: 016-668 9761 (Mrs Tung)

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  1. Oakland sounds like some place in a foreign country.

  2. That lamb stew looks almost like BKT on first glance. :D


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