Boon Signature Roast PorkLocation:75, Jalan SS 22/19, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.D.E. Business Hours:Monday - Friday10:00am - 21:00pmSatur...
Rice with Roast Pork, BBQ Pork and Roast Chicken at MYR 17 nett. The Roast Chicken breast meat is tender so I like it. They put the Roast Pork on top of a piece of plastic sheet to keep the skin crispy by not soaking up the gravy from the rice. The gravy has a bit of Lap Cheong (wax sausage) taste. Both of us shared this packet of rice for lunch.
House Rice Bowl, 17.90 ringgit I must say, this is one eatery that provides you with plenty of gravy when you order a rice bowl. For some reason, lots of eateries like serving them rice bowls dry, with as little gravy as possible. Why, why, why? This rice bowl came with boneless chicken thigh, poached egg, pickled cucumber and vegetables with plenty of sweet, ketchup-py gravy. It was yummy – simple yet delicious.
Their Housemade Sourdough Toast (RM 3) is one of the must try here. It had the expected mild sour taste but the texture was not too hard for mastication. When it paired with their housemade coconut spread, the chemistry worked perfectly and this simple local staple became an enjoyment. We also opted to have sea salt butter that added some briny taste. Though the entire add up become a staggering RM 7 for a piece of toast but it was meant for once a while experience.
Braised Pork Belly (RM30) The pork glaze was really robust yet elegant that didn't overcome the pork belly but meld together with the pork belly like how a harmonious orchestra with a single conductor directing it! The poached egg brought out the creamy texture to the potatoes that was baked with the pork belly fat and it was really moist yet hearty alongside with the egg that brought a creamy mouthfeel.. It was an amazing plate of protein that really reflects the ingenuity of the chef to meld both Malaysian and western influences to create such an amazing dish that brought delight to our hearts in every bite of that decandent pork belly dish!
For the portion of dim sum and the quality of it, we did not think Jin Xuan is overpriced this round. It costed us less than RM 50 for all the dim sum.
This is our definitely favourite go-to spot to fix our dim sum crave in PJ! One of the best affordable dim sum in Petaling Jaya, it never fails to satisfy ou...
Dim sum dishes are at a price range of RM5 to RM7, with specialty dishes like the ribs racking up a more meaty price tag of RM13.
I always love the chance to get some pork and German ale. The food at Spitalfield’s is decent enough to justify the prices, which are what you’d expect from an upscale pub. Many of the food and drinks sounded interesting, and I was keen to try them. The service was very functional, but that’s not a big deal for me. Spitalfield’s will probably become our go-to dinner place if we’re ever at Atria Shopping Gallery again.
For dinner, I had the 西班牙猪肉香肠 Spanish Pork Chorizo & 德国猪肉多味腊肠 German Pork Bratwurst, garnished on the side with sauerkraut, sweet mustard and patato salad. The Spanish Pork was an excellent choice.
The environment is really authentic and laid back, which I love.
What do We Like about Antipodean @ Atria? -Tasty and satisfying foods for breakfast -All the breakfast main comes with free coffee. Not sure when will this promotion ends -No traffic/ parking problem in Atria
Good western food and breakfast.
The Omelette with Cheese and Mushrooms was again a mind blowing dish. They had been very generous with the milk and cheese so much so, with each cut, you get cheese oozing out of the eggs. 10/10 would be my rating for this dish
Then, varieties with continues selection of Pork, Beef and Lamb. Their Grilled Pork Chop can goes with choices of spaghetti or mashed-potato with sauerkraut & salad, both an awesome choice also must mention the pork chop portion is huge.
I had the hot green tea + carrot soup + pork chop + ice cream combo. It was delicious, I especially loved the pork chop. It was juicy, tender and I appreciated the fact that the black pepper gravy wasn’t overpowering. The carrot soup was pretty good too, thick and flavorful. After I was done with the starter and the main meal, they served me a nice scoop of ice cream which resembled the Paddle Pop rainbow ice cream I used to indulge in back in the day after school. Yup, it sure brought back some happy memories.
Black Pepper Chicken Chop Pasta with Fries. The alio olio is on a slight dry side for my liking but the chicken chop was very tender. The hot piping fries was great too!
这个照烧猪肉饭是我吃货朋友强烈推荐的, 一进店内她就一直向我强烈推荐他们家的这个猪肉饭, 搞得我都有点心痒痒迫不及待想品尝下~
At Ryoshi Izakaya Signature, the Chef has specially crafted out a combination of the various popular Japanese dish to spruce your New Year tastebuds for a change. There are 2 set, the first of which is for 2-4 pax (RM338++) while the second set is when you have 6 -8 pax (RM688.00++).
漁師居酒屋」（Ryoshi Izakaya Signature）精心炮製了新春團圓套餐，讓食客們在充滿和風的氛圍裡，闔家團圓品嚐日本精緻料理之際，亦感受到濃厚的年味。
My favourite place for Korean food (Address: T-03A, Atria Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS 22/21, Ss 22, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor). They have good set meals, and my favourite has to be the one with roast pork.
Personal Recommendations: ❤️Japchee ❤️Kimchi – Jigae ❤️Kimchi-sam-gyeop-sal-gui Reasons to Visit ❤️Delicious Korean home-cooked delights
Verdict: The Wonton Mee didn’t impress us as much as I’ve expected because it is being listed as one of the Top 10 Wonton Mee to try in Klang Valley.
Difficult to complain a rm$5.50 plate of Wantan Mee, the "干撈燒腸雲吞麵 Dry Siew Cheong Wantan Mee" comes with 撈燒 Siew Cheong, 雲吞 Wantan, as well as dry Wantan Mee.
When you come to a place that has a food name in its name, you better order that dish to see if they did any justice adopting it. While not pictured here, the wantan was indeed quite massive by usual standard. But is bigger better? Like other things, it's a personal preference. For one, I don't care much about the size as long as it tastes good though it does make it easier to swallow if it's smaller. I'm still talking about wantan, btw. The noodles here were not shabby either, springy and taste good.
We were looking for something that can fill stomach yet light, thus we ordered an Avocado Tartine that is being offered in a combo set that comes along with a cup of coffee. Well, the overall flavour of the breads are light and fine, just that the avocado spread appears to be too thin to exert a better flavour. On the other hand, the sourdough toast was served with abundance of Li Kaya. Do not be deceived by the whitish colour of kaya spread. It tastes real good and better than many of those kaya spread in greenish colour.
Verdict: The grab-and-go baked goods definitely great for quick morning/afternoon bites. Would have appreciated if there are more choices/varieties for the food on the menu, or I should pay a visit to LI at the next door. (^_-)-☆
Ordered this breakfast/ brunch special – Moist, fluffy slow-scrambled egg, topped over sour dough, finished with tomato jam made in house for tangy, refreshing touch. Reasonably priced at RM14
This one called "Restoran Yu Yiee" is a corner lot just next to Petronas Petrol station. Other hawkers here are Chee Cheong Fun, Spicy Pan Mee, all-in maybe 10 of them but over few are open for business early in the morning.
I bought a slice of pineapple from another stall at MYR 1.5 nett and ate it together with the chicken meat and rice. Tasty
J had the chicken chop (RM8), which came with the same sides as mine. The fries were freshly fried and the pasta was lightly seasoned. I preferred her chicken chop to my fish & chips, as the latter tasted like the fillet-o-fish from McD. I never liked that burger.
Verdict: This place indeed ideal for a casual meal for its reasonable price and portion. I wouldn’t mind returning to try out other variations.
Claypot Prawn Rice is one of the top sellers at this restaurant. Being a dish that is rare to find, they prepare this in a unique method so much so, even the base paste is different to the Chicken Rice. Be sure to thoroughly mixed it up before consuming. Otherwise, the paste would be unevenly distributed and you wouldn't be able to enjoy the dish. The shrimps used are quite large and they were fresh and juicy. The taste of the rice is so unique that you would not have tasted anything similar to this. A must try dish at this restaurant. May seem a little pricey but it's totally worth it. My rating for this shall be 10/10.
I just love the raw onions, giving Busy Corner's claypot chicken rice (RM6.50 for a small serving, RM12 for large) an added oomph! My fave order is the original (with or without the salted fish, depending on my mood); there're lots more variety to choose from - black pepper, red bean sauce and Thai. One can also choose to have black pepper steak rice or prawn instead of chicken.
Honestly, it was okaylah. It definitely is not the best I’ve tasted. Wei Ji still is my favorite. However, Choong Kee definitely is strategically located. If I had a craving and didn’t have much time to spare, this could be my temporary go-to??
Famous for their piping hot, delicious, and flavorful chicken rice.
Choong Kee Claypot Chicken Rice restaurant at Damansara Jaya is well-known to serve one of the best Kampar style Claypot Chicken Rice in Petaling Jaya.
The fried prawns with salt and pepper is indeed addictive. Pluppy prawns complete with flavours and it is fresh. Love the texture of the prawns.
What do We Like about Sushi Tei? -The sushi quality is better than other chained restaurant -The nigiri sushi set is value for the money -The environment and setting are comfortable for a meal
My friend ordered the fried salmon at MYR 17.75++ (MYR 20.59 nett). After tasting our salmon teriyaki, she says salmon teriyaki tastes better than this fried salmon.
Once I mix all of the ingredients in the claypot, it balances the sweet and salty aftertaste on my palate. The taste of each individual ingredients also contributes their fair share to the dish. While the chicken strips are salty, the raw carrots and cabbage compliment the chicken with its neutral taste. Yet the dish was a tad bit overly salted for my palate. As it left my tongue with a burning sensation, I was tempted to order a mug of cold coffee to quench my thirst.
Chicken BBQ set - RM 20.90 The set come with rice, banchan(side dishes) and soup. The banchan is refillable. The chicken BBQ is cooked in gochujang (Korean red chilli paste) sauce, very mild of spicy, don't really feel the pinch. I love the taste of the gochujang, not too sweet or salty, just nice. It is delicious!
I have been to Korea and one thing for sure is that the food here is as good as it is there ! The kimchi here is also amazing! Woot-woot, Double kill ! Whenever I miss Korea's street food I'll order their Ddeokbokki (picture shown above) it only cost RM 12.90 each plate but of course in Korea I can get it for half the price lah.
只需区区 RM15，你就可以一尝当贵妇的感觉，最贵的英式下午茶餐也只不过是 RM57。
Their hi – tea comes for two comes at affordable price which is RM 28.00 ++ per set where one can enjoy their savoury pasteries such as the Tuna Filo Puff, Sausage & Egg Quiche. With 2 scones with the homemade clotted cream and fruit jam. Sides with their hand brew flower tea with it. They also have other sets available which includes the English Royal Tea.
Verdict: 1. Ambiance wise, I totally have no complaints at all. Posh, trendy and elegant; Perfect venue to chill! 2. Thumbs up for the wide assortment of tea that wows me with unique and distinctive flavours. I think I'd consider reducing coffee and go for the healthy tea instead. 3. Recommended: Tea Verandah, Yogurt Tea, Scone
Likes: Some dishes are edible. eg. sour vegetables, minced pork and petai. Just choose the easy to fry dishes where you can get in most tai chow/chap fan places; those are totally safe choices. Don't try to be too adventurous... Dislikes: The rest of the food are all tai chow standards. Unauthentic Hakka food, use corn flour in practically almost every dish that requires gravy. Be prepared to be served by Hokkiens instead of Hakkas.
Overall, it was a perfect dinner for us. It is my first time trying out Hakka Cuisine and I have fallen in love with it. What I love about the food is that its clear, simple and flavourful. Any recommendation for any other Hakka Cuisine? Do let me know. I would love to drop by to try it. It is a nightmare to get a car parking in that area and double parking is common at night.
It feels like home when dining here. Good food. Reasonable pricing. I can’t wait to go back to try more dishes!