Sunday, November 27, 2011

Dim Sum @ Shanghai Restaurant JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur

If you would like to have awesome, juicy, fresh dim sum, here's the place to go. Pricey, but it's an experience you'll never forget. You can't compare this to roadside dim sum stalls of course. Classy yet delicious.

Something different, fried cheong fun. It's yummy!

Very nice siao lung pao, we ordered it again after that.

This was recommended by the server, it's nice but i forgot what's the name =.="

Also recommended by the server, scallop with 'shuit yi'

"malay kuih" with custard filling, too sweet for my liking

I think this is char siew pao la, but they don't call it char siew pao but something else pao :p

Four person came up to around RM180. These were taken on my first visit there, we went for a second visit few months ago :) My parents liked it.

Shanghai Restaurant 上海苏浙苑

1st floor, JW Marriott KL

183 Jalan Bukit Bintang

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-27159000

(Opens for lunch and dinner on Mon - Sat, on Sun it opens around 10.00am i think)

Kedai Makanan Ang Kee, Cheow Yang SS2

I've always been wanting to update this phood blog but somewhat laziness and time doesn't allow me to. No, it's just i chose to do other things rather than updating :p

I've passed by this restaurant many many times in Cheow Yang and saw that it was usually crowded so I vowed to try it someday and I did. This visit was like half a year ago I think :p

It's not a big restaurant, just a one shop lot, with I guess around ten tables only. Nice place for family dinner, chinese style or what we call 'dai chao', dishes served with white rice. Yum! There were 6 of us, so we ordered as below:

Foo Yong Egg Omelette (RM10)

Seems like they're quite famous for their fish dishes as we see most tables ordered fish so we ordered the 'dry assam fish'. I think we ordered tilapia. Forgot. (RM28)

The Four Kings :p "sei dai tin wong" (brinjal, long bean, lady finger, four angled bean) stir fried in belacan (RM10)

House Specialty tofu (silky tofu with mushrooms) (RM12)

Buttermilk mantis prawn (this was recommended in blogs) nice! (RM16)

Long pork ribs (RM16)

Rice was RM1.30 per bowl, we ordered chinese tea (RM5.50). Price is average. I like most of the dishes, but just the assam fish tak cukup oomph, the tofu nothing really special. But in sum all are very yummy with rice indeed.

There are other dishes recommended but yet to try: Lala noodle, steam tofu with egg etc, all sounds yum.

Kedai Makanan Ang Kee,

No. 50, Jalan SS2/10, 47300 PJ


(opens for dinner only i think, except for Thursday 11.30am-2.30pm for noodles dishes)