Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Wang Chiew @ SS2/103, PJ
This have to come first... despite so many restaurants ahead of it. CNY had passed for almost a month now... and I still haven't got to this place yet.
As a matter of fact, I never knew about this place's existence until I read kampung boy city gal's blog. Heck I didn't even know that there's shoplot in this area, as I thought that this side of SS2 is made up of residential area only (apart from New Paris further down the road). So it's quite a delight to find a new place with great food at affordable prices. The dinner crowd was picking up when I arrived at 6.30pm.
They had pictures of their dishes on the wall...
I mean... all the walls.
For those who want to "lou sang"
Deep fried prawn with oatmeal - still piping hot when it was served, both of us agreed that this dish deserved to be mentioned here. Thumbs up!
Claypot pork cubes - you should order this dish too!
Stir fried nai bak - no complain!
Part 2 - back for the second time, and this time it's for yee sang. This is the first and only time that I got to "lou sang" in this year of Ox. This time I brought Jenn's entire family here.
It was packed to the Max once we got here... luckily we'd called earlier to book a table!
Yee sang (half portion). Fritters were not crispy enough but it was the lou sang experience that matters, as it signifies prosperity and longevity to every aspects in life to the Chinese.
Let's hope the very best during this year of Ox!!! Up up and away...
See??? They even gave you a piece of Damacai lottery ticket with the yee sang... nope!! We didn't strike any prize at all... lol!
Sesame chicken - basically it was only fried chicken topped with sesame sauce on top. Not too bad but not too great either.
Curry taufu Indonesian style - everyone liked the curry gravy, as it was not too spicy and creamy. This dish came with squids, fish chunks, and prawns. A must order dish!
Buttermilk prawn - least favourite dish of the night. I should have ordered oatmeal version instead. Ang Kee's version of buttermilk prawn is better compared to wang Chiew.
Stir fried lotus root - something mild apart from all the dishes that we ordered.
Pai kut Wong
Steamed patin fish - at RM50 per kilo, it's considered standard price in KL. The fish is free of soil odour, and everyone like it.
Buuuurrrrrpppppppppppppp!!! Excuse me (^_^)
Leo's verdict - service is fast and the dishes were served in less than 10 minutes. Waiters were quite attentive too. The downside is that the place is quite small & can get a bit cramped once full house.