Seafood fried rice (RM12 – one portion). Good portion, generous amount of seafood (shrimps, crab meat sticks), nice wokhei.
Stir Fried Lai Fun with seafood (prawns, squid, mini scallops) for MYR 12 The Lai Fun is the default type of noodle used for Assam Laksa). The noodles are a bit springy so I need to chew for a long time carefully. I kept more than half of this dish for my friend as the portion is too much for me.
The restaurant does not offer a big menu list of choices and I think it is perhaps a good thing that they offer what they do best.
Toast & Roast, as the name proclaimed the “the Real CharSiew” . . . well, totally agreed and hands down their “char siew” is impeccable delicious, literally melt in your mouth.
TnR by Sean & Angie serves one of the best char siew in PJ. They are always nicely charred with lovely caramelisation.
TNR by Sean & Angie in SS2 Petaling Jaya is definitely worth the visit for the Hakka noodles and their signature char siew. We like their char siew but in moderate level but if you do have comments on their food, please comment and let us know and I would love to hear about it. Thanks for reading.
The slightly expensive rm$9 "干咖喱排骨麵 Stewed Dry Curry Pork Ribs Noodle" was acceptable but wasn't my liking today
Chan Meng Kee does offer good safe Covid-19 dining procedures with workers all on Masks and tables with Social Distancing partition screens
Will definitely be back here maybe for their Roasted Duck or Steamed chicken in the future!
Next, curry gravy. Their staff will bring the curry container and you will be spoiled with choices, as they have chicken curry, fish curry, crab curry and salted fish curry. Our favorite, will be fish and crab curry. But why limit ourselves, the best we would say, little scoop of everything to made it a curry combo (haha), Yummy !!!
We enjoyed the BLR here for its good offering of veggies and curries. We recommend the fried fish, mutton varuval and ikan bilis sambal.
The Chicken Varuval was really good. I specifically requested for chicken breast because I’d rather forego the bones and they delivered. The ‘Small’ option came with 4 meaty, juicy, flavorful chicken meat. It was an awesome addition to the banana leaf rice. The fried fish too, was tender and flavorful. Overall, a good experience. I’d be back for more. Burp!
The ramen noodle of SoloMen deserves a special mention as it was perfectly done. The ramen texture was al-dente, springy and firm
My order: ChaHan set (fried rice) with miso soup, 3 gyoza and a cup of hot green tea at MYR 13.70 nett. I kept half the rice and two gyoza for dinner and finished drinking all the miso soup and hot green tea.
Earl Grey Mojito RM7.90 This drink also came highly recommended by the barista and I can clearly see why. This alcohol-free drink is absolutely refreshing! The earl grey tea added a crisp flavour to the traditional mojito! Underneath the minty citrus blend, the drink ended with a creamy base note of early grey which lingers for a bit. Quite an interesting adventure for the taste bud, but definitely a good one.
Today's Monday morning breakfast is the rm$7 " 干撈豬肉粉 Dry Pork noodle", ok and just the sauce a little bit salty to my liking.
The chicken was definitely comes with 滑鸡 smooth meat, also along the plate was 2 large piece of mushroom; nevertheless, the sauce was a little too salty to bear.
If you happen to be near SS2 Petaling Jaya, I would recommend dropping by for breakfast.
One of my most satisfying meal in a while, and reservation is recommended. I like the Spanish ribs, it is the salty version and not those sweet bbq sauce. The sausages is superb as well.
Iberico Pork Sausage (RM12.90), Farmer's Bratwurst- English Parsley Sausage (RM10.50) and Garlic Sausage (RM10.50) Comment: 3 of these sausages taste really good on its own, very tasty, juicy, thick and firm, definitely premium quality!
The Smoked Pork Knuckle was my favorite for the evening, smoky, tender and juicy. My favorite part was the skin :) The brown sauce complemented the meat very well though (again) I found this dish (and the sauce) a little salty to my taste.
Ambiance: 5.5/10 Price: 6/10 Food: 6.5/10 (non-halal) Verdict: The pork knuckle and Guinness pork ribs are worth ordering.
One fine day, my co-worker suggested that we join some of her friends from another company for lunch so the 9 of us had the following 6 dishes with rice: stir fry sweet potatoes leaves; Thai Style Tofu; Marmite Pork; Ginger Chicken; deep fried squid and "Sang Cheong". Total Bill is around MYR 188.
Verdict: For a place that is so crowded and well known, the food is quite good, and service fast too, because the rest had arrived at 6, dinner was served at 6.30 and I arrived at 7.... ( I had Saturday line dance class from 3 to 5) after dinner, I went to Jacey's house to fetch J who had finished her camp at Temerloh.
I like the pastries and cake here, indeed a nice neighbourhood cafe/bakery.
The small little Café with limited seats does offer free drinking water, but still quite cozy while it is not crowded especially for and early morning breakfast (as early as 8:30am) and perhaps afternoon Tea Time for its sweet and savory treats along perhaps with a cup of coffee, tea or even a 莫吉托 mojito!
After ordering, they reheated it before serving. This made the filling all warm and oozing as you cut to the middle of it. No clumpy bits, flavors were good. I can most certainly understand now why people were willing to go to lengths just for it. Fortunately for me, I'm always a little late to the game so no queuing required now.
[Non-halal] Our favourite Pan Mee Soup can be found at Restoran Hock Thai, SS2. Throughout the years, the noodles had been consistently good.
The hand-pulled noodles are always smooth and thin, with a nice bite to it that is not too doughy or chewy. We also find the clear soup to be perfectly balanced with enough umami from the dried anchovies, and sweetness from the sayur manis.
one of the best places for Charsiew on Hakka noodles!
Rum and raisins cheese cake of Rekindle is the reason we keep going back for more 🙂 Ever since discovering and trying out their alcoholic cake in Rekindle, we regularly went back for their cake (especially the alcoholic one) and for the ambience, but too bad we are unable to dine in for the moment.
This is a nice little cafe with cozy seating areas inside and interestingly coverted "sewing machines" as coffee tables in the outdoor seating area.
Any Rekindle regular patron would tell you that their tiramisu is not to be missed and rightfully so. In terms of alcohol, it is slightly more lethal by Alexis' but I feel that Rekindle's version has more hold, less wobbly than Alexis'. In a way, that's good because you don't feel like you're eating mush (not that it is). On the other, it means less cheese (boo hoo).
Dah lama tak lepak Murni ni. Sekali datang, masih macam dulu. Orang tak putus putus.
To make things easy for the night, we just go for all time Malaysian Favorite - Nasi Lemak Murni Discovery (RM 13.90). The nasi lemak platter is worth the price paid as it comes generously with a piece of chicken wings, sambal condiments with prawns, hard boiled egg, salted peanuts, slices of cucumbers on a piece of banana leaf. All the essential flavors are there. If we were to nitpick, it would be the sambal condiments lacking the driving factors to complement the rice.
Mee Raja Chicken Chop (MYR 15) One of the famous order at SS2 Murni is the Mee Raja, literally means Emperor Noodles. This type of noodle comes fluffily springy and with some rich eggy aroma. It is stir-fried with some carrots, cabbage, crabstick filament and seafood, before assembled with sides like fried fritters, fries and choice of grilled chicken chop. While not many people who actually enjoy this Murni’s Classic Mee Raja for the more bland taste they claim, they appear quite nice and enjoyable to me.
蝦腸 Prawn rice noodle was still not bad after 3 years, but the 菜餃 Vegetable Dumpling and 魚賣 Yu Mai was average at best.
Verdict: These old school Dim Sum was above average and very affordably priced. I’m definitely don’t mind to make a return and I’ll make sure to get a seat on upstairs, hehe ^__^
I love their fried dim sum especially the fried prawns. The prawns inside are fresh and tasty. It's really a different one compared to other places.
The first day to PJ since MCO locked down began on March 18 (after more than 3.5 months!) with a positive breakfast experience!
All in all, Tang Pin Restaurant didn't let us down. Attentive and in a jiffy customer service, clean and tidy ambiance on the whole and food pretty much kicking in the flavours and tastes we are always fond of.
My Personal Opinion If you like subtle flavours, then you'll probably enjoy their mee pok. Otherwise, go for the more robustly flavoured dark sauce stir-fry noodles. All in all, not a bad place for cheap noodles with some delectable snacks.
If you like slightly sweet savory perhaps caramelized juicy tender Charsiew, then SS2's "Toast & Roast" will be a perfect alternative.
Pork green curry seems something definitely worth sampling in the future.
Yessss, the char siew here was utterly yummy. Sweet and succulent, tender and juicy. Notice the size of each piece? Yea, the pieces of char siew here are large.
Haven't came here for quite a while, one of the popular options for supper in SS2. Service is okay, but taste wise is slightly disappointing.
The shop offers a good variety of Chinese food from 飯粥面 Rice, Porridge and Noodles dishes, varieties of 蒸點和炸點 Steam and Fried Snacks, as well as 糖水 Tong Shui (traditional and contemporary desserts).
Being a dessert hot spot, and surprisingly, a very popular date spot too, KTZ gets very busy after dinner hours.
The highlight of the dinner would be the loh mee in thick dark colored broth base. Rarely found in Klang Valley, this was my favorite type of loh mee as compared to the light brown colored type of soup base.
I do not usually like soupy pan mee but this one here was goooood. The miso soup was flavorful, good enough to be slurped on its own. This dish came with alot of noodles – which due to me being very hungry, was a good thing. There were 2 bacon strips, large ones too. Good enough to last till you finish the noodles. Overall, this was a good dish.
The pork chop rice (MYR 12 nett) No surprise there when I removed the upside down bowl to reveal plain white rice. The thin piece of pork lightly coated with bread crumbs seems a bit dry because I did not douse it with the red garlic oil provided in a small metal container placed on the plate. Passable but not memorable. I kept half of this meal for dinner.
the shop is still popular dine-in customers today at 8am.
Ambiance: 6/10 Price: 6.5/10 Food: 6/10 (non-halal, except the mee goreng stall) Verdict: Try Seeni’s mee goreng sotong and the char kuay teow.
Manangkabau Wild Board Nasi Lemak! at rm$8 which is a it expensive breakfast but quite a generous amount of wild boar meaty cubes all flavored with the strong Rendang (but can't really tell its what style of Rendang!).
For our dinner, we ordered a sliced beef pho (junior) and a stir fried lemongrass chicken noodle. The junior size of sliced beef pho was just right for us as we were opting for lighter meal after a heavy lunch. The sliced beef were still in beautiful pinkish medium rare when served. Few stirs in the hot soup has turned it quite well done.
Nice, but bit pricey for me.
Hubby had the Traditional banh mi, with red pork and pate (RM12.50). The bread was nice and crusty, yet soft on the inside. Love the sound of a good bread as you bite into it. They also do a grilled pork version which we will try on our next visit.