Address39 Jalan 20/14
46300 Petaling Jaya
Contact number+60 3-2934 5737
Price / FeeChar Kway Teow (RM7.50) ‧ Kway Teow Th'ng (RM6.50) ‧ Pan Mee (RM6) ‧ Penang Kuey Teow Th'ng (innards and all) (RM7.50) ‧ 北子草 Herbal Tea (RM1.90) ‧ 叉烧云吞面 Chasiew Wan Ton Mee (RM6.50)
[1 year ago]
Beef Noodles (RM7) ‧ Penang Char Kway Teow (RM6)
[1 year ago]
Kuih lapis ‧ Kuih salat ‧ Kuih talam ‧ Laksa ‧ Onde-onde
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Information & Tips about O & S Restaurant?
O N SOn 5 June 2019 (Wed - HR Day 1), we ate breakfast at O&S Coffee Shop, Paramount Garden, PJ. A bowl of Kway Teow Th'ng at MYR6.5 nett and it tastes just as good as back in 2016.
O & S Restaurant (海天茶餐室) - Chinese Restaurant in Paramount GardenSee 545 photos and 306 tips from 5933 visitors to O & S Restaurant (海天茶餐室). "Must come for Penang Chee Cheung Fun (30+ years here) and Yong Tau..."
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O & S Restaurant (Kuey Teow Th'ng) @ Paramount GardenMy Personal Opinion
I don't think I've come across any kuey teow th'ng in KL that offers pork intestines and coagulated blood as an option. I've only had it with shredded chicken, fish balls and fish cake so far. I read that this is an authentic version of Penang kuey teow th'ng though there's also another version that comes with duck meat and duck blood too it seems.
If you like a good kuey teow soup, this is a contender.....innards or not! ^.^
叉烧云吞面 Chasiew Wan Ton Mee & 北子草 Herbal Tea @ 海天茶餐室 O & S in Restaurant PJ Paramount GardenBetter to get a seat in-side the kopitiam near the Tea-preparation area away from the stalls as all the hot air from the dozen or so stalls get cooped-up around the "outdoor" seating area, with fans seems to blowing from all directions.
Assam Laksa @ O & S Restaurant号称PJ最好吃的 #Assam_Laksa，有放一匙 #虾膏，算是正宗槟城风味，也有卖 #咖喱面，可以咖喱面 + Assam汤或者Assam Laksa + 咖喱汤，变化无穷，有机会可以去试试看哦🍜！
O & S Restaurant (Part 4) @ Paramount GardenWith this fourth instalment, I think I've pretty much covered (or more like eaten) most of the stalls here but maybe not all that they have to offer...fried "ninko", banana fritters and nasi lemak (always sold out by the time I get there) are some that I didn't try. The others like the kway teow th'ng (flat rice noodles in clear soup), fish head noodles and the new prawn mee stall I did try (some time back) but they didn't leave much of an impression.
You know it's not easy to find good Penang food in KL....but this is surely a good contender.
My final parting words....."apa-apa pun sedap di sini" (anything is delicious here, well almost)...and each and everyone of us will have our own favourites, I'm sure. My favourites...the glutinous rice dumplings, yong tau foo, chee cheong fun, Penang curry mee, Indian rojak and wantan mee....oh dear, I think I just named one-third of the stalls here already! :D
O & S Restaurant (海天茶餐室)Apparently a popular coffeeshop for their laksa. I like the portion of the fish, but the soup is just mediocre and rather diluted. It's not as flavourful as compared to the ones in Penang. The closest possible to Penang I've tried is a store at Sri Rampai Pasar Malam.