Kampung Contemporary Dining Seksyen 17, a new restaurant in Petaling Jaya specializes in favourite Nyonya delicacies with modern twist.
From Alison Soup House TTDI to Kampung Dining Seksyen 17, we are truly happy to see the achievement of Alicia and Derson – a passionate couple behind these two lovely restaurants, who are dedicated in serving delicious home-cooked food prepared using fresh ingredients, without any MSG and preservatives.
Their journey in F&B industry begins from their love to soup, which leads them to opening Alison Soup House in TTDI Kuala Lumpur. Soups here are real good stuff – boiled for over 10 hours, intense and flavourful with nutrients and essence of all ingredients gathered in it. Definitely a bowlful of soupy goodness that will warm your tummy & soul.
Just before marking an end to 2018, Alicia and Derson get their new milestone checked, launching another worth-mentioned eatery named Kampung Dining, at Section 17, Petaling Jaya. Very Instagrammable interior. It is located same row with JEQ in the House, Strangers 47 Cafe and Omulab, in case you wondering.
And there you go. Kampung Dining menu offers selections like Nyonya Braised Pork Pongteh, 8 Treasures Hokkien Braised Duck, Nyonya Pai Tee, Melaka Pork Satay, Ikan Sambal Sumbat Bakar, Chicken Rendang, Starfruits Assam Fish, etc. – a list of promising, bold kampung flavours.; Traditional Nyonya-style to be particular, along with unique creative twist by the talented chef.
We sampled few signature dishes from their menu. Starfruits Assam Fish is a must. Fish caught from the straits of Malacca, deep fried to golden brown and dressed in Kampung Dining’s very own assam sauce – rich, tangy and mildly spicy, loaded with vegetables and starfruits that adds fruity touch.
To those who visited Alison Soup House before, you are probably familiar with “Alison real food” philosophy. Same for Kampung Dining, the kitchen sources only quality local produces, sauces are made from scratch, strictly no MSG.
Chicken Rendang RM22 is painstakingly prepared, with all the grinding of herbs & spices, cooking and stirring effirt for a wonderful end result – packed a punch and richly flavoured; the right comfort food to go with rice.
They use antibiotics-free chicken & duck from farm in Bukit Mertajam, antibiotics-free sakura pork from Ipoh, organic noodles and rice from Sekinchan, and so forth. Rest assured, it will be a satisfying experience at Kampung Dining.
Charred Eggplant & Carrot with in-house Salsa Sauce RM12. Charred eggplant and carrot are norm on a lunch table, but combining it with salsa sauce gives this dish a whole bright new taste. Summergirl polished clean the whole plate on her own, maybe you can too. #ChallengeAccepted
Come for weekday lunch if you are working nearby. Kampung Dining Set Lunch Menu is very affordable, with rice bowls price from RM12.90, or noodles from RM9.90. Comes with complimentary Pandan Barley Drink & Salad to complete the meal.
We had Power Rice Bowl RM12.90 – Ikan Bilis Rice topped with generous amount of Teriyaki Pork, Vegetables, Onsen Egg. Pretty huge portion, and we like the saucy sweet Teriyaki Pork!
Sous Vide Japanese Charshu, Chargrilled Teriyaki Pork Chop, 8 Spiced Fried Chicken, and Nyonya Pai Tee look really good too when we browse through the mouth-watering pictures found on their social media accounts. Will surely return with our family for more sharing main course. Hehe.
And again, congratulations to Alison on the new opening.
Kampung Contempory Dining 鄉
11, Jalan 17/45,
Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya.
Opening Hours: 11.30AM – 3.30PM, 6PM-10PM (*off Wednesday)
Contact: 012-737 2085