At rm$6 for a bowl of soup hor fun with generous slices or not too bad charsiew, nothing to complain, its a likable breakfast choice.
estoran Choon Yien is quite famous among locals for its lunch time offerings of above average 叉烧 Charsiew, 烧肉 Roasted Pork, and 脆皮鸡 Crispy skin Chickens;
Verdict: Decent chicken rice but be prepared to wait during lunch hour.
So this place, is one of the Go-To place whenever I want to satisfy my 3-treasures (taught by one of the restaurant for me use whenever I talk about my usual order, the combination of chicken, roast pork and char siew) craving.
Remark: is it best advise not to visit here if you do not have the patience or got scolded by James. That is how he is~ *NON-Halal -= Ka Ching =- Food Rating 8/10, love the Char Siew~ -Stamped-
Our total bill was RM19. Not worth the money we paid at all, somemore the boss got ‘one kind of look’ when we asked for bill. This place has been over rated by some of the local food bloggers or perhaps they should try out more roasted chicken and roasted pork first before claim that this is the best in town.
On Saturday morning, David bring me to this place for Char Siu, his wife Fanny love the Char Siu here very much. He told me the char siu here finish at about 12noon and a lot of people actully call up for reservation. This place is really secluded, I didn't drive, we took a cab. David paid for the lunch, so I don't reall know how much was it. Thank you David, nice Char Siu and roasted pork but you will feel very guilty eating it, haha.
Make sure you called up to make reservation or ask availability to avoid disappointment. The food quality is good but poor in customer service. You have to wait like hell when you arrive there around 12.30 or 1pm. I usually arrive there before 12 and imagine such early time the roast pork is sold out. You can see the whole stack of roast pork there but is already reserved. The sour and spicy vege soup is a MUST to try.
The crispy skin chicken is not your average roasted chicken that we found at anywhere else. It does require some skill to keep the chicken moist and the skin crispy because the chicken has to be air dried for hours so the skin becomes crispy when it is being deep fried. If I were to rank among the three, it would be crispy skin chicken, cha siu and finally roasted pork. Pricing is quite reasonable, it ranges from RM 5 (plain cha siu rice) to RM 10 per person (cha siu+siu yoke+chicken with rice).