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
And madam got this order of rice with pork lard and luncheon meat. The rice was quite stodgy, taste was so so. I loved the runny eggs and the soy sauce that was served separately. The luncheon meat was good, not too salty at all.
This is something you would order if you want the best of both worlds, the wantan mee and the prawn wantans as well as prawn sui kow with black fungus. The noodles was totally dry, unlike the usual wantan mee which is served with dark sauce except this was dry so that we can feel the fragrance of the prawn roe. The prawn dumplings are to die for, absolutely heavenly. Quite worth the price since they gave about 6 dumplings instead of 4 pieces like in other fine dining wantan mee restaurants.
I was privileged to be invited for ‘a meal among friends’ by Jeanette of Elegant Inn (EI) Hong Kong Cuisine restaurant recently.
Attention to the tiniest details is restaurateur Jeannette Han's maxim. Still going strong after 15 years at Menara Hap Seng, the understated Elegant Inn Hong Kong Cuisine restaurant remains a firm favourite among discerning Chinese food lovers in the city.
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.
Tasty savoury fragrant KL style wanton noodles with tasty plump wantons.
Polo Bun with Butter (菠萝油) – RM4.50, a very typical Hong Kong pastry. The top of the bun was covered with slightly sweet crust while the inner of the bun was stuffed with a piece of creamy butter. In Penang, it is so difficult to get Polo Butter Bun. That is the reason I came to this cafe to try out the bun. It is in fact one of their best-sellers and usually sold out by noon. The top crust was so nice and the bun was soft and warm. Having it with soft and creamy butter was simply satisfying. This bun is perfect when it is served warm.
For the menu, although I thought that the price is wallet-friendly but the choices are limited.
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.
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 ~
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.
Would we come back? Yes – if we are in the area. Eden had enough well-executed dishes to warrant a return visit. In particular, we would definitely order the siu mai, har gao, fish ball, clam dumplings, spare ribs and woo kok.
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.
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Both the Chicken feet and Fish sauce fried rice noodles are well done!
Lion’s head Meatballs is a dish that is made to depict Lions head so don’t freak out just yet as it’s made out of pork and not lions. This Chinese dish is made out of enormous pork meatballs stewed with vegetables. There are two versions: first, the plain one where meatballs are stewed or steamed with Napa cabbages and second, the red version where it is cooked with cabbage, bamboo shoots or tofu in a soy-sauce-based sauce. The large meatball resembles lion’s head and the chinese cabbage as its mane. It originated from the Jiangsu province and it later a popular Shanghai cuisine with the influx of migrants during the late 19th to early 20th century. Review: 6 / 10 👍👍😋😋 Opening Hours: 07:00am - 09:30pm
Hong Kong Hot Pot at Telawi Square Bangsar offers premium hot pot experience with good food and good service. The prices of the food here is slightly high due to the quality of the food as well as the location too since this is Bangsar. On top of the food, you can also book for the karaoke room depending on how many pax and this is first come first serve basis.
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.
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.
So for those of you who would like to have some different cuisines, try some of these yunmy Hong Kong cuisine at EATZ@HongKong… You won’t regret it.. It is seriously somewhere I will go back to for more…
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.
The option for soup were very subjective. I chose Tomato soup because I have had Spicy Mala Soup earlier, it was savoury, hot and satisfying. So I would like to try their Tomato Soup too. Compare to mild tomato soup, it was not that savoury , so if you can eat spicy, go for Mala Soup.
Fei Fan HotPot offers buffet steamboat. What’s better than spicy hotpot that goes in hot and comes out hotter ? Unlimited refills at a fixed price, of course !
One of its best sellers- the Fresh Prawn Wan Ton Soup was something out of the ordinary.... noodle-wise speaking. The noodles were a little different, less al-dente but sans the unpleasant lye water flavor. Not a fan of the noodles but the Wan Tons were plump and meaty... with each filled with a juicy Shrimp in it. The soup was alright... but definitely nothing to shout over.
Overall, the BBQ pork here is very delicious and addictive. However, the portion given for the price paid is considered small and insufficient. Personally, the highlight of this place is the free flow of milk tea and coffee especially for someone who always enjoys a cuppa like me.
SEMUA KOPI / TEH boleh refill with FOC!!
Considering the price plus quality of food, I'd give a thumbs up to this one and the fact that it is in Sunway Pyramids Mall.
For a set lunch meal that includes soup, drinks, and fruits at around $15-$20 is generally a good price especially at "big malls" like Sunway Pyramids.
Rating Taste: 7/10 Ambiance: 7/10 Service:8/10 Value:7/10 Overall:7/10
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.
Here's the location.
So the next time you’re over at Bayan Lepas, do drop by at Hong Kong Kitchen for a Dim Sum feast.
Noteworthy dish is their HK Snow Mountain Bao, basically Char Siew Bao with crispy-flaky skin. Ours were served to us warm and the overall flavor combo worked... definitely an interesting change to the traditional Char Siew Bao