Sekinchan Ikan Bakar (Grilled Fish) @ Reko Sentral, Kajang

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Ikan Bakar is a malay word which means grilled fish. It is a famous dish in Malaysia and I believe most of the Malaysian loving it. Colleague told me that there is a newly ikan bakar shop open at Kajang which is quite near to our office. So we decided to give it a try after work.

Hard cover menu.

A glance at Sekinchan Ikan Bakar shop. I like the way they present the traditional oil lamp.

Choose type of the fish that wanna grilled. Beside fish, there are also squid, lala, clam and many more.

The friendly employee who served us.

In Malay, we called this as "Ulam" which is a kind of salad (in western style) recognised as one of the dish in traditional Malay villages. Ulam is typically eathn with anchovies, cincalok or shrimp paste. (info taken from web)

Price of the drinks is standard and not really expensive.

The busy kitchen.

Wanna have a look at how there prepare the grilled fish?

Fish was grilled together with the sambal and place on a big hot plate.

After that, they will cover it and wait for the fish to be ready to serve.

Let's see what we have ordered?

Squid - RM24

Stingray fish (ikan pari) - RM34.60.
*RM7 per 100g

Stuffed fish (ikan cencaru) - RM12 and Baramundi fish (ikan siakap) - RM51


Clam/ kerang - RM7

Big lala - RM14

Kinds of sauces to serve it together with any seafoods.

Grilled seafood feast.


There were around 10 of us and it cost total RM167.30.
The taste of the grilled seafood was normal and the price was quite pricey. Still, if you would want to have a try, you could go to any of the branches. There are more and more new branches open in every area. Visit their website to get more details information.

Sekinchan Ikan Bakar
Reko Sentral Kajang,
No 1, Jalan Reko Sentral 6,
Reko Sentral,
43000 Kajang, Selangor.

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3 Comments ♥

  1. Food again? Faint!

    I am so hungry now :( Oh, btw... ulam is traditionally eaten with sambal belacan... and salted fish woots! My fav!

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  2. I love ikan bakar! There's a stall running by a chinese uncle here at my hometown, they serve the nicest ikan bakar at town!

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  3. Dear YT J,
    Where got food again? Been posting the BKK post for 1 week dy. Time to blog about some foods ma :) hehe

    Dear Hayley,
    I wanna try the ikan bakar best in your town!!! :p

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