Medan Sel­era Oh Chien

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Food trippin’ -

This unas­sum­ing stall inside Medan Sel­era Ta­man Se­layang Jaya might be a bit dif­fi­cult to find for those who don’t read Chi­nese. The stall is lo­cated right at the en­trance of the food court and has a yel­low sign with red Chi­nese char­ac­ters. Be­hind a blue wooden ex­te­rior is Lee Tech Sin who mans the sin­gle-wok kitchen, fry­ing up plates of aro­matic oh chien (oys­ter omelette) and fried rice. In­stead of us­ing a cast iron grid­dle to cook the oh chien like we’re used to see­ing, Lee fries each batch in­di­vid­u­ally in her well-sea­soned wok. This gives the omelettes an extra depth of flavour, and a crispi­ness that goes well with the creamy oys­ters. Al­though the oh chien is the star dish, we rec­om­mend you order the fried rice too for a com­plete, if not greased up, com­fort meal (which you can get from RM6.50).

Lot 30, Medan Sel­era Ta­man Se­layang Jaya, Jalan SJ4, Se­layang, Batu Caves. Tue-Sun, 11.30am-4pm.

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