Saturday, 4 December 2010

GeyLang Lor9 Fresh Frog Porridge @ SS2 , PJ

Geylang Lor9 is the branch origin from Singapore.
For info, this stall has very well-known in Geylang , Singapore.
Now at PJ, it turn to the very first specialty frog restaurant around this area.
Well, i save my flight ticket to go there have on its. By now, I only go by myself.

Dry Chili Frog Leg ( clay pot kung pao frog )
Spring Onion Frog Leg
Plain Porridge
The frog leg is smooth like soup, very delicious. Is not bad have a try but the price is a bit higher.
It's too bad cannot eat always. I guess the price maybe include sub-charge for immigration to Singapore.Hahaha

Address芽籠九養活田雞
Shi Sheng PJ Claypot Frog Geylang 狮城
No. 10, Jalan SS2/61
47300 Petaling Jaya, 
Selangor
Tel: 03-7874 1233
GPS : N03 07.044' E101 37.299'
(same row as Island Cafe , The Cave, AmBank ,  McD)


UPDATED as at 3-March-2011:
New Branch @ Sunway Mentari
No.2, Jalan PJS 8/12A,
Dataran Mentari,
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 016-4610405

Penang
No.1-G-6, Medan Angsana 3,
11500 Bandar Baru Air Itam, Penang
Tel: 04-8271 233

Johor Bahru
No. 12, Jalan Serigala,
Century Garden,
80250 Johor Bahru.
Tel: 07-3301 233


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12 comments:

  1. The kung pou and spring onion frog look salivating. =D

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  2. @ken yup, not only salivation, is more related to delicious food

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  3. I've known this place for quite a while already but always too broke to go and try it out lol.

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  4. @simon ya agree too..abit little high price at there.. but once a time can accept for trying out awesome frog leg porridge.. hehezz..

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  5. Saw this place in SS2. Haven't tried it out yet!

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  6. @pete yup..is at SS2. very easy found out.. waiting your try and back here comment..keke

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  7. The price seems ok and looks very tasty.

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  8. @thomas ya..only the word can describe worth with price..

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  9. miss SS2's food..

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  10. @missN why miss? just come back and eat..wohoo..

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  11. Are these like the little hoppy green frogs you find in the garden or something different altogether? :-)

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  12. @theyumlist Of course different.. this one is slightly bigger and is caged..

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