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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Mixed Rice Stall in Subang Jaya Has One of the best places for Fried Chicken


Fried chicken keeps them coming back
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The fried chicken served at the stall are bigger than most shops.


ASK ANY Subang Jaya resident about their go-to place for fried chicken and chances are some will answer “Lim Fried Chicken”, which started as a hawker stall more than 30 years ago.

Today, it has expanded into a restaurant with three shops.

While Lim Fried Chicken has already discontinued operations at its original mixed rice stall in Restoran Wong Soon Kee, SS14 Subang Jaya, the new owners of the mixed rice stall appear to be following in their example.

The new owners took over in 2015 and the mixed rice stall, located round the back and facing the residential area, still enjoys a sizeable lunchtime crowd.

The options are the usual Chinese mixed rice fare with various kinds of meat or fish, tofu dishes, and common vegetables such as Chinese cabbage (pak choy), long beans and bean sprouts.

However, similar to Lim Fried Chicken, the new owners also sell enormous pieces of fried chicken and it is easy to see why it is such a popular item.

The appetising golden brown colour is indicative of its taste – the chicken skin is very crispy and tasty – and the flesh inside is pretty tender and juicy.


It is normal to see a queue at Restoran Wong Soon Kee fried chicken and mixed rice stall in SS14 Subang Jaya.

During my visit, I opted for the biggest fried chicken drumstick on the tray with white rice, together with a helping of long beans and a fried egg, and this cost me RM8.

The fried chicken pieces are actually big enough to be shared, so customers are asked if they would like their fried chicken chopped into more manageable pieces.

Customers may also opt to have sweet sambal with their rice for extra flavour.

The stall owners constantly and diligently fry new batches of fried chick


The exterior of Restoran Wong Soon Kee where the mixed-rice stall is located in SS14 Subang Jaya.

The stall can sometimes attract queues of more than a dozen people at its peak hour, around noon to 12.30pm, though the queue usually moves quickly enough so that one does not have to wait too long.

The mixed rice stall only opens for lunch, from late morning until about 2.30pm when food runs out.

The restaurant closes on Tuesdays.





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