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Extra Super Tanker @ Damansara Kim

Posted by Sherlyn K On 1:50 PM 1 comments

Heard about Super Tanker quite a lot in the past - and not knowing where to head to for dinner last 2 Fridays, EL suggested to try it. He also heard a lot about this restaurant. Word-of-mouth works.

We started our dinner by sharing a bowl of this old cucumber soap. The soup tasted really sweet, just like soup boiled from home.

Old cucumber soup.Price-RM5

The picture of this beancurd attracted my eyes when I went through the menu. Unlike the ordinary fried beancurd, topped with fried shallot, soya sauce, oil and oyster sauce, this has a filling. This has minced meat, filled in between the beancurd. We really liked this. The beancurd is really soft, while the outer layer of the beancurd is crispy enough. Not sure if they steam the beancurd with the filling, and then deep fried it?

Beancurd. Price-RM22

Beancurd.Really yummy

The salted yolk since few years back has gained popularity, as many dishes are cooked using it. This bittergourd fried with salted yolk is really 1 of the best I ever tried. Each slice of the bittergourd seems to be coated 'quite' evenly with the salted yolk, and this dish is really aromatic

Salted yolk bittergourd. Price-RM15

This is the dish recommended by the captain. This is called 'soft bone pork'. It is being slow-cooked for 8 hours, and isn't always available, thus decided to give it a try. Pork really isn't my favourite meat, thus I find this ok only. And yes, the meat is really tender (after the long slow-cook, it has to be....)

Soft bone pork.Price-RM20

This dinner is overall satisfactory (Thanks EL for dinner). This restaurant is really popular, and I see that the patrons are coming in non-stop, and most of them have made reservation. Thus reservation is recommended.

Extra Super Tanker Restaurant
48, Jalan SS20/10,
Damansara Kim, PJ
Tel : 03-7726 7768

* Non-Halal

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1 Response for the "Extra Super Tanker @ Damansara Kim"

  1. Ru says:

    Wow, the beancurd looks interesting, like a layer cake.