Overall, the hotpot is simply worth every penny and they are really good and delicious. If you are looking for a hotpot buffet, Fei Fan Hotpot is definitely to brings you a delicious hotpot with wide variety of meat and choices !
Hong Kong FeiFan Hotpot Buffet offer quite a good value meal that a hotpot buffet starts from RM 35.90+ for lunch and RM 45.90+ for dinner
这里的招牌是他们家的手工肉丸 ~ 有牛肉 , 猪肉 , 和鸡肉 ~ 手打的肉丸特别有嚼劲 , 口感很扎实 ~
It took them a while to perfect their Golden Boneless Stuffed Chicken with Chicken Tomato Salad. The chicken skin is utterly crispy and scrumptious. Coupled with the bouncy bites of the prawn and chicken paste, one can easily polish a few pieces of these. A lightly roasted tomato wedge topped with shredded chicken and drizzled with house made orange balsamic sauce proved to be a good yin to the yang of the stuffed chicken pieces.
Elegant Inn Hong Kong Cuisine Nine Emperor Gods Festival Vegetarian Menu is priced at RM138 per pax with a minimum of 2 pax required. The promotion is available from 29 September to 7 October 2019.
The kids couldn't get enough of the Cheese-baked rice with chicken cutlet (RM22.80) - we love the cheese, so rich and good, they said! The chicken cutlet, which is similar to chicken katsu was moist and juicy with a nice golden, crispy exterior.
Mala Spicy Fishball in Dry Noodle (RN15.80) – Dry Nissin Noodle with Mala Spicy Fishball which I enjoyed a lot with a side of steamed vegetables.
While for some sweet dessert, you can try out their signature Souffle (RM 15.80) - Light, fluffy baked dessert, made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites.
Exactly the same menu and Dim Sum choices, and items sampled today were above average. My opinion, quite dependable Dim Sum location, so far!
Overall, we had a good meal at Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum Restaurant and are quite happy with our dim sum.
One of the few remaining surviving Dim Sum restaurants in Kepong is this one; offering Dim Sum from early morning to before mid-night! Eden Dim Sum also have another location presence in Bukit Tinggi, Klang.
A couple of items that Eden does right are: Siu Mai (both premium and normal version), Lala Mai, Char Siew Puff, Snow Crab Stick (imitation type) dim sum and fried carrot cake. The rest are pretty run of the mill standard that neither impress nor disappoint.
You can tell that we were happy with the food. That’s because it was really a pleasant experience. In fact, this was one of the best steamboat meals we have had so far and I can’t really believe it’s at Bangsar.
There are a few recommendations by my friend that I should visit Hong Kong Hot Pot (香港热锅) a try, where their ingredients are made fresh along with their amazing soup. I have to agree with most of my friends after paying them a visit.
I accompany my friends who wanted to eat lunch at Kim Gary, Midvalley Mall. I ordered a set lunch of beef steak pasta with black pepper sauce at MYR 14.90+ (10% service tax = MYR 16.40 nett) which included soup and drink. I kept half of the pasta for dinner but ate all the steak as the beef steak is just two thin slices of beef marinated in black pepper sauce. I left most of the sauce uneaten.
When we walked out of the restaurant, we noticed that there was a long queue waiting to get in as always. I think there is always a long queue because the price for the sets is quite good and there are many lunch set choices but as the food is too flavouful for me, I seldom eat here unless my friends wanted to have their meals here.
Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog! Today, I'll be sharing with you about HK Boy Cart Noodle 香港仔车仔面 that I'd been to about a few weeks ago. What's so special about HK Boy Cart Noodle? If you're a fan of Hong Kong street food and you know your bank account doesn't allow you to fly to Hong Kong in a short period of time just for food, you might as well fix your cravings here at HK Boy Cart noodle, where authentic Hong Kong local food can be found!
Verdict: 1. The taste, ambiance and service here are reminiscent of the old-school Hong Kong coffee shops. So mostalgic and if you have been to Hong Kong, this is the place to relive your good memories there! 2. Taste wise, it is acceptable for both young and old. Not bad! 3. To be honest, the dishes come in really petite sizes— big eaters would probably need a few portions to fill the stomach. But looking at the price range, I have no complaints at all.
We have eaten at the Sheng Kee branch in MyTown Mall a few times and the food tastes fine but this time the food does not taste as good as before so I guess it will be our last time there. Sui Gao and Char Siew wanton mee in soup at MYR 17.90++ (10% service charge and 6% SST = MYR 20.76 nett).
If you are big fans on pork belly, be sure having Sheng Kee’s braised pork rice (梅菜扣肉饭) RM16.90 featuring steam rice topped with braised pork belly slices and Muy Choi (preserved cabbage). The braised sliced pork is succulent juicy while combined with a fragrant aroma of Muy Choi, tastes even more delicious if mixing them all together before starts digging in.
SK Signature Combination Noodles (Dry) - MYR 18.90++ (10% service charge and 6% GST making it MYR 22.05 nett). The combination food items are: BBQ pork (Char Siew), 3 Wantons and 2 Sui Kow dumplings. My friend did not like the gravy of this noodle - she says that the gravy tastes as if it has a budget version of sesame oil in it but the texture of the noodles is nice - soft yet springy. A small bowl of broth accompanies this dry noodle dish.
Dry wanton mee with char siew, sui gao and wanton at MYR 17.90++ (MYR 20.76 nett). Taste ok.
Siew Mai at MYR 10.40 nett for 3 is one of the better siew mai around. The pork ribs with black bean at MYR 9.20 nett is acceptable
Wanton soup at MYR 15.90++ (MYR 18.55 nett). There are 6 wanton dumplings in this soup so that means it is about MYR 3.10 for 1 wanton, about the price of a piece of sushi but each wanton contains one whole prawn so I guess it is somewhat worth it. The prawns taste fresh too. Next time I will take a photo of the cross section of the wanton to show the whole prawn in it.
Signature Glass Char Siew (RM 18.90) One of the highlights here is their Cantonese Roast Meat treats which definitely enhance your taste-buds for sure. Ho Yeah’s Signature Glass Char Siew comes perfectly caramelized, nicely charred sticky in all angle and rimmed with the translucent layer of fat that will definitely melts in your mouth. This is sinfully delicious and I am just love how it is done.
What do We Like about Mak's Chee Authentic Wanton? -Delicious springy wanton noodle and wanton -Soup base full of flavor and umami taste -Many possible combinations to choose from. From beef, pork, prawn, prawn roe, dried, soup, dumpling, wanton, thin to thick noodle
If you are such a big fan of beef noodle, then you wouldn’t want to miss Mak’s Chee Signature “Tendon Brisket Dry Noodle” 柱侯牛腩汤面 RM13.90 featuring wonton noodle as the base topped with lots of beef tendon and brisket combination! Mak’s Chee wonton noodles have a great texture just like having the “angel’s hair” while tendon briskets are slowly braised to perfection that you are able to taste the collagen goodies all around it.
The value meal set is too good to bypass so I ordered a bowl of wanton noodles soup with a glass of iced honey chrysanthemum drink from the set menu. This set included a char siew bao and the total price is MYR 15.90+ (10% service charge = MYR 17.50 nett). As usual I kept half portion of the noodles and the whole bao for dinner.
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert Restaurant could be a place for a quick meal to refuel you during lunch time. Currently having four outlets in Kuala Lumpur.
Overall, the food we had was enjoyable and reasonably priced for the portion you get. Frankly speaking, I had my reservations before coming here due to the reviews I read on their FB page. But as it turned out, almost everything was more than satisfying and even exceeded my expectations for a chain restaurant. My dining partners, some of them who had eaten at Sheng Kee a couple of times before this, also agreed that the meal experience we had was better than what they had previously.
The meat and meatball here is fresh - the meatballs for order are still soft and chilled, they somehow manage not to freeze anything. My favorite chilled item is the homemade shrimp dumpling and the tau foo pok.
Among all, the beef meatball, pork meatball and prawn dumpling were our favorites. And of course there’s a buffet section where the vegetables and other common steamboat ingredients are laid out.
Instead of 香港奶茶 Hong Kong Milk Tea, it is the rm$5.90 "熱杏仁茶 Hot Almond Tea" as today is the debut of a series of Almond Tea in their new menu
Nissin Noodles with Egg and Ham ~ My noodles in a doggie bowl :) Noodle are springy and soup is tasty.