They say you eat with your eyes first, so feast your eyes on the first-ever restaurant in Malaysia smack bang in the middle of a field. When dining at House of Kambing in the quaint town of Serdang, Selangor, your meal begins before you even arrive at your table — owing to some stunning, unforgettable views.

Here are three reasons why you should go to Serdang to eat with the sheep, combining an up-close encounter with some of the world’s most adorable creatures with the perfect backdrop for photos. Of course, the food’s good too! and if you really can’t make your way there, they deliver.

1. Perfect place for a family outing

House of Kambing is a restaurant and farm, making it a kid-friendly experience. At this restaurant, guests can interact with farm animals like lambs, deer, and even camels while enjoying their meal.

Farm animals are a hit with both children and adults alike, and it’s hard to resist snapping a photo with them. You can even ride camels for free! Best of all, you’ll be able to savour your dinner while taking in the beautiful scenery of the farm animals grazing on the grass!

2. Meals not to be missed

The menu at House of Kambing features meat-based dishes that are utterly delicious. Moreover, House of Kambing’s meals are reasonably-priced, given the rising cost of lamb and mutton. Nasi Kukus Kambing Bakar, for example, costs only RM16.90. As an option for groups dining in, the Grill Out series comes in larger portions meant for sharing and starts from just RM45.90.

House of Kambing’s specialty is, of course, mutton, but there are many other dishes to choose from. Some fantastic options include Nasi Kukus Ayam Bakar, Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Kunyit and Kailan Ikan Masin.

But for us, the two dishes not to be missed are the Kambing Bakar and Kambing Cripsy (mutton battered, fried, and served with chips) — the two house specialities!

3. Beverages to quench your thirst

House of Kambing also serves delicious drinks that pair well with the food while keeping you hydrated. Because the restaurant is on a farm, the drinks are guaranteed fresh and natural. Some drinks on the menu include Soda Mina, HOK Special, Susu Kambing (freshly bottled goat’s milk), Apple Asam Boi (apple juice with preserved plum), and Tembikai Laici (watermelon lychee) as well as their newly introduced Susu Kambing Blended.

House of Kambing is open everyday except Fridays, from 11am to 6.30pm.
Address: Jalan MAEPS 4/1, 43000 Kajang, Selangor.
Tel: +6012 282 3430 / +6012 252 3430
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