Random post after awhile. Basically this post won't be long as there is much more delayed post to be posted and yeah, let's make it short. Simple but full of memory rite. This time is actually about my outing with my classmate, Syamil Shah to the isolated area of Shah Alam; Padang Jawa. Why I said that? Yeah, it's true as once you cross the bridge over the KTM lane, you'll feel like you are in a different area, with lots of traditional, wooden hauses, people riding bike without helmets and many Indonesians unlike other part of Shah Alam that I know.
Initially, I am planning on to eat at Ayam Penyet at Section 18 but as recommended by Syamil, he said that, this place will provide you with more delicious and tasty Ayam Penyet as it is originally prepared by Indonesians and it true. Once I step in into the stall or "gerai makan" which is not a restaurant with the glimmer lamp and air-cond, one thing that I spot is that all the workers is purely Indonesians with 100% physical appearances of an Indonesians and all the customers that patronizing the stall is all Malaysians. Such a One Malaysia, rite.
Yeah, on my journey here, there is a road block by the police and it was a shock for me as well as for my passenger. As I am not expecting for this because the route that we take is just a village road in the middle of big city. LOL. But alhamdulillah I am always prepare for the worst and nasib tak kene saman, kalau tak menggelupor nak bayar MYR300. Alamat makan pasirlah lepas tue ~ . ~
I think it enough already. Oh yeah, how to reach here, you can basically googled mapping Padang Jawa. Or from UiTM back gate, you can just take the right turn from the junction and just go straight until you cross over a bridge and take a quick left after the bridge. The stall is just at the road side.
Now, let's the photos take over the story;
|Man on show for today. He is the one who bring me here even I am the one who rode him.|
As the foodies, there is two option whether you want Ayam Penyet or Ikan Keli Penyet. Besides, there is also selection of food choice on palate for you like Sambal Cabai Hijau, Masak Lemak Ayam, Soup and many more.
|Ayam Penyet on the plate. It is juicy and softy.|
|Also Ikan Keli Penyet on call. Didn't try this out but my friend did and he say "it nice"|
|My plate. Full rice and tempe So Indonesians rite.. owhhh, compliment with the Sambal Cabai Hijau.. Spicy .|
|All the food course of the day. The soup is really kicking.|
|And also drinks. Even it just a normal drink, the Limau Ice is scrumptious as it use Limau Nipis instead of Limau Kasturi.|