Celebrating Dad’s Birthday @ Restoran Keng Seng, Damai Perdana

December 12, 2010

Finally I got to spend Saturday chilling at home blogging. There are times that I forgotten what day it is so I guess sometimes working the whole week does have an effect. Yesterday was me dad’s birthday and we celebrated it at a Chinese restaurant close by our house.

The place is located next to the now defunct Restaurant WSW, which I wrote about not too long ago.


Kayden already busy eating the sauce plate.


We ordered a simple set meal at RM388. The first dish to arrive is the Hot & Cold Combination consist of Yam Basket, Thai Style You Tiao, Fish Roll and Fish Cake.


The Yam Basket is nice, so is the Thai Style You Tiao. The Fish Cake and Fish Roll is ok too.


Next on the list is Shark’s Fin Soup, which is pretty good with loads of crab meat.


Steamed Patin is very fresh and the texture is just nice. My only comment is the sauce is a bit salty for even someone like me, but I guess will be very good to go with rice.


Roasted Suckling Pig, with only really the skin that’s being served. It’s well worth the RM388 that we paid for because normally this can easily fetch to up to RM600+ per table if Suckling Pig is part of the selection.


The Vegetarian dish is average with mushrooms, fish ball and veges.


Steamed Hoh Yip Fan (Glutinous Rice) is prepared and packed individually and it’s rather tasty.


It’s tasty because I only ate a bit only to realize that it contains dried shrimp.


Longetivity Noodles is a must for birthdays, and it’s very well done too.


Dessert is Woh Peng and some cold mochi and it’s quite tasty. Overall, I think the food is pretty good for the price we pay with the suckling pig and all. We saw some table order something which consist of a pumpkin, so maybe we can try that next time.

Restoran Keng Seng is located Jalan Damai Perdana 1/9, Bandar Damai Perdana Cheras.


Crepe Cake from Food Foundry, something very different for a birthday cake for a change. It takes 2 days to prepare one and cost about RM108.


Kayden with Grandpa and Grandma.


Kayden getting a dry run on cutting a cake before his birthday coming next month.


The hundreds of layers of crepe to make the cake the way it is. It’s nice and something definitely worth trying for once (at least!)

It’s a good dinner and birthday cake and am glad that Kayden is well behave as well!

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  • Reply May December 14, 2010 at 3:15 pm

    Haha you manage to capture Kayden smiling with his teeth exposed.
    Plus you forgot the longan tong sui!!

  • Reply Eva December 14, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    is this a nice place for dinner? i wanna take my family out for dinner when im back next yr.. or would u recommend somewhere else

  • Reply JD December 14, 2010 at 4:41 pm


    I didn’t realised also


    You want Chinese Course dinner? If not I would suggest Reunion at Bangsar Village 2, it’s pretty good.

  • Reply Sher Lin December 14, 2010 at 10:12 pm

    Kayden looks very cute in the picture with his grandparents! With his two front teeth!
    (Reminds me of the kid song ‘All I want for xmas is my 2 front teeth’)

    And the dinner looks really nice lor…. and the crepe cake! always wanted to try, until now haven’t! coz I heard of how good Food Foundry is like a million times, hmm!

  • Reply JD December 15, 2010 at 12:57 pm


    Well, that’s what we are singing all the time.

    Crepe cakes is ok lar, but apparently Food Foundry food is not that nice anymore.

  • Reply SiewMin December 17, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    WAH! the crepe cake is so expensive in KL!!! Penang is only RM62 for 0.9kg for the french vanilla flavour!

  • Reply Rachel September 3, 2011 at 2:52 am

    hi, nice pics & post u have there : ). Btw please dun get offended but its Restaurant Jing Sheng nt “keng sheng” and hope to get your support on Facebook and there’ll be a free buffet opening ceremony for upstair’s extension, will soon confirm @ facebook… : ) thx (Restaurant Jing Sheng ??????)

  • Reply JD September 5, 2011 at 3:08 pm


    no worries. Keng Seng should be the Cantonese way of saying it right?

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