Though the dimsum here cannot be compared with the ones at Golden Sun, but it is still acceptable. The xiaolongbao however, was a bit too dry. Still prefer the ones @ Din Tai Fung.. hahaha... Overall it was a great breakfast. Thanks for the breakfast, KHS...
This cafe has become very crowded on weekends after lunch as well, with a waiting time of 30 minutes. We order our usual: ice ball coffee and signature souffle pancake. Wife complaint the coffee is..
Best soufflé in Puchong. On weekend, avoid peak hours between 8 to 11pm.
The souffle and coffee ball doesn't disappoint.
It is still well known for its Paper wrapped chicken and other hakka dishes. The Yong Tao Foo does not seem as tasty before.
这一次因为想尝试更多不一样的菜色，所以没有点酿料。但是尝试了之后的感觉是 - 除了招牌纸包鸡之外，其他的菜色似乎都不合格呢～
The service & food delivery was fast (maybe still early & not much customers yet?). The food was average, The mushrooms were soft but a bit bland, the chicken had very strong basil smell. I think Taiwanese three-cup chicken also use a lot of basil. I don't like basil so 三杯鸡 is really not my cup of tea. As for the clam soup, the clams were so small compared to Lala Chong's clams. Lala Chong's clams is their specialty though.
Cheesy Baked Rice With Mushrooms. My only gripe with this is the lack of meat. They do provide you with quite a lot of veggie and cheese to make up for it. Certainly a notch above Kim Gary's cheese baked rice.
Today's dinner choice was "江南海鲜面 Cantonese Seafood Noodle" which comes with clam, steamed fish and squids and lots of vegetables, nice but not fantastic!
The restaurant offers both vegetarian as well as meat/fish option in their menu, generally a little bit healthier option than the normal "Dai Chao".
Fried Kuey Teow is average, the otak otak muffin (should stick with the standard croissant option) slightly disappointed, but coffee still good.
Finally came early enough to try the Nasi Lemak and Ipoh Hor Fun, but need to queue around 20 munites. Mei Ru likes the Ipoh Hor Fun, and Nasi Lemak is not bad as well. Might return for them, but I..
TLDR , Zok noodle serves pretty standard above par noodels - the prawn wanton is the highlight signature of the shop. We skipped dimsum as RM6 & above per serving is pretty steep price. In all honesty, the food here is pretty much over-hyped by reviewers/blogger.
Char siew and shrimp wantan noodles RM 9.50 The noodles were totally unexpectedly good. Crunchy texture, slightly oily, it goes into my book of good wantan mee 👍Char siew was a slight letdown as it lacked the fat to make it juicy, no caramelization on the skin. The shrimp wantan is worth mentioning as these were huge with one whole not-small shrimp in it.
I ordered the Fresh Prawn Wonton Noodles as that was the reason why I was there. Mum also had the same. SIL had Vietnamese Pork Chop Noodles while Niece had the Double Roasted Meat Noodles. In addition, we also ordered a serving of Dumpling Soup to share. As expected the wontons were superbly delicious. It's the right size. The meat & prawn inside the wonton were fresh and remained its crunch!. It's totally delicious. Will definitely go back for more again!!....
Chicken meat is soft, but rice a bit too wet and sticky. I usually add salted fish. My mom don't really like it, but she didn't complain much as well. Besides claypot chicken rice, it does offer..
A small claypot chicken (RM 9) is enough for 2 person, we usually add salted fish. The lotus peanut soup is nice.
We also added a side dish which was their Pork Belly with Black Fungus and it was just awesome. Truly very authentic taste and the best version of this dish that I have tasted. 10/10 shall be my rating for that dish
The highlight would be the Fried Lok Lok and Bubur Cha Cha dessert. Radish Cake and Rojak are okay. It is an interesting open air eating venue.
My top picks are seafood tofu with cheese, bursting pork balls, fried oyster mushrooms, fried needle mushrooms, bacon, and squid. Other items available include quail’s eggs, century eggs, cuttlefish, hot dogs, sausages, meatballs, fishballs, fried tofu and vegetables.
If you’re in the area, do yourself a favour and just head to Foo Hing Dim Sum. At least you get decent tasting dim sum and fabulous Portuguese egg tarts.
Their Loh Mai Kai and Lotus Leaf Rice is something that you should not miss here. I find them to be really good. Very authentic flavours and huge portions. Less greasy too. My rating for both shall be 9/10
Pan fried fish ball stuffed with minced pork. Similar to foo chow balls, these had a thinner fish meat and more pork. Good stuff.
Crowded on weekend night, improved service. Hainanese chicken chop much improved, the spicy chicken rice not recommended.
Fried noodle with fried chicken is nice, curry seafood rice tasty as well.
Came here for supper. The black sesame is average, and the mini French toast is okay.
About RM 10 for a plate of pork meat, Ramen also RM 10. Taste wise pretty alright, good value.
Among all, our favourite was the Ribeye Beef as it was marinated and can be enjoyed medium. If beef isn’t your favourite type of meat or can’t have it due to religious obligation, you can opt for the Pork Belly.
Verdict: Very average roast duck in my opinion. Don’t even bother with the char siew.
Overall, there are some hits and misses in terms of the taste of the food here. The roast duck, the fish, the seafood and the tofu are good while the other dishes are just average. Maybe we ordered the wrong food but anyhow the restaurant is always packed.
Dirty Bread A danish pastry dusted with dark chocolate powder and people tend to eat until dirtied their mouth and face Dirty Bread is a 16 layered danish pastry using only 100% Japanese Flour and 74% AOP French butter. Using the 52% French chocolate nugget which it is not very sweet and suitable for everyone to have it all in one bite. After the bread is bathed in the melted chocolate nugget, the bread will be showered with 100% French Dark Cocoa Powder.
多那之咖啡蛋糕烘培 , 一家著名的台湾連鎖咖啡店也跟随这股潮流，将咸蛋加入他们的烘培食材里，推出了一道创意咸蛋美食 - 咸蛋流沙Cheese挞。
They had a good variety of cakes and they were reasonably priced. The cuts were huge as well. We tried their Pure Cheese Cake and Milky Tiramisu Cake. Both were heavenly! My rating for these would be 9/10 for the Pure Cheese Cake and 10/10 for the Milky Tiramisu Cake. Excellent stuffs!
Tried their slightly fancy Dao Nai Bing (RM 15.90). It has a toufufa pudding cut like a mango, red bean, cincau, soft ice and some pretty chewy balls (perhaps too chewy). It tastes good and feels..
Soybean ice cream is good.
Tried their Tao Foo Fah with ice, with Osmanthus Jelly. I think this combo doesn't really match.
Food is pretty okay, and the business is good as well.
The tea set of two different type of coffee and a polo bun is pretty good. Good coffee and polo bun do taste good with some kind of actual pineapple custard.
Coffee is nice. Hanainese Chicken Chop is crispy and come in large portion. Luncheon Meat Rice is okay, maybe it is a slightly healthy version. The environment is slightly dim.
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I ordered Braised Duck Rice, while others ordered TomYum Vermicelli, Lamb Chop etc. We also ordered Rojak, Satay and Oyster Omelette to share. I shared my braised duck rice with Nicholas. He enjoyed it pretty much. I am not really a fan of 'cinnamon' and found that the cinnamon flavour in the braised duck is overwhelming.
9/10 Starss Price : Reasonable Services : Good Environment : Cozy Food Type : Chinese/Seafood Status : NON-Halal
Kuala Lumpur Puchong crab brother to provide more than 20 kinds of crab tastes, absolutely eat crab paradise Yeah
必吃印度餅【Pelita Nasi Kandar】Roti Telur
Korang memang tau kan kat sini memang terbaek nasi kandar dier! Entry nasi kandar ada kat entry2 aku sebelum ni! Ok la, nah maggi pelita!! Malas masak boleh order kat sini ;))
Dalam byk2 menu yang aku rasa kat sini, aku rasa ayam kicap dia memang power gila!! hehe. Ada 2 menu yang perlu di cuba bila ke sini. Satu ayam kicap ni dan lagi satu cheese nan. Ayam kicap ni pelik sebab memang hitam legam. Akupun tak tau dia guna cikap cap apa.
Hakka Noodle (RM 7.50) comes in big portion. I like the texture and springy noodles, but the sauce is slightly sweet. The meat and wonton is alright. Coffee (RM 2.60) is good, slightly..
Hakka noodle ok.
Retry this HK cafe after a while, seems to be popular with lunch crowd. I think the lunch meals are decent, yinyong coffee too much milk, and teatime items so so.
Beef brisket soup noodle. Where do I begin? With the delightful soup, the work of hours boiling away? Or the tender beef that's almost melts in the mouth? Or the noodles that are the least to look forward to. Quite a nice bowl of noodles. Not very strong with herb taste but more of the beef.
Fu Wah restaurant is an authentic Hong Kong Style Restaurant which serves a variety of classic Hong Kong cuisine. The chef has more than 40 years of cooking experience and he can make really really good egg tarts. The egg tarts here are all freshly baked daily.