Fatt Kee Restaurant

Sufficiently genuine, the eatery is ever energetically thronged with clients from all kinds of different backgrounds, all deliciously getting a charge out of the fish spread and persistently sitting tight to be situated for those are as yet calming in the line. Fish TRAY WITH JIN FENG FISH (MYR 138) Dished up with arranged maritime…

The Zun Kitchenette

The philosophy of Zun Kitchenette is that one can and should enjoy one’s favourite food in a healthier manner and the restaurant’s priority is to please customers in this respect. With a delectable selection of signature nourishing herbal soups and a choice of classic Chinese favourites of the region which have been enhanced and refined…

Zhen Liew Siang

Fried mantis prawn is battered and coated with salted egg yolk, and curry leaves to spice it up a bit. Anyone who likes squid with salted egg would love this. For greens, we had fried “choi sam”, a cooking method that’s been gaining popularity recently, especially with kailan. The choi sam version is just as…

Ying Ker Lou 迎客楼 – Pavilion

The lettuce with oyster sauce was superb and I thoroughly enjoyed it; the sauce was a perfect companion to the vegetables. The pig intestine with pineapples was another favourite of mine, I did not know they could be married and taste so well together. The drunken chicken did not really work for me though, because…

Yi Jia Seafood Restaurant

Found this simple local cafe and restaurant named Yi Jia Restaurant 一家美食馆, means “one family” in Mandarin. Well, definitely your whole family can enjoy their meals here. You can choose ala carte noodles, wan tan noodles, stir-fry noodles, ala carte rice, or even chinese dishes. Ambiance: 7/10 Price: 7/10 Food: 7/10 (Non Halal) Address: No.10,…

Yen Ai Dessert & Herbal Tea

A former medicine house that sells herbal Chinese medicine drink has now transformed into a hybrid Chinese herbal drinks/desserts with others snacks & small meals. Quite a popular hangout place for young & senior alike..Large variety of hot & cold desserts to satisfy your sweet desire or just to cleanse your body with dedicated herbal…

Sun Fong 新峰肉骨茶

Like those in Klang (the veritable mecca for “bak kut teh” in Malaysia, if not the world), Sun Fong prepares Hokkien-style “bak kut teh” (as opposed to the peppery Teochew-style “bak kut teh” prevalent in Singapore and Bangkok-Chinatown). But Sun Fong ups the herbal factor quite a few notches, and some diners may even find…

Sek Yuen Restaurant

Sek Yuen has proven that it is a lure for more than just the sentimental – it has continued to produce top-notch Cantonese fare over the years, not only maintaining much of its much-loved original menu but adding on newer items over the years. After discovering that Sek Yuen was the wedding venue for my…

Serdang Kien Kee

Seri Kembangan, to most KL city folks, is well off the beaten track. However, SK was our favourite playground during our teen years. For those who are new here, we used to reside in SK when we first started this blog, hence the numerous reviews on eateries around SK. This little Chinese village is jam…

Seaview Restaurant – P.D

The restaurant is pretty large and has private rooms for small groups or functions. The main attraction of this restaurant has to be the sea view, definitely not the food or value for money. We ordered a serving of broccoli cooked with Chinese mushrooms, dry curry venison and kung pou squid. The vege dish was…