Archive for the 'Chinese Food' Category

Noble House Seafood Restaurant

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

Don’t be mistaken by Noble House Seafood Restaurant as a restaurant that is related to the Oriental Group of Restaurants chain where they too have a restaurant named Noble House located along Jalan Delima. The Noble House Seafood Restaurant establishment grandeur is not as impressive and is in fact much more disappointing that the earlier mentioned Noble House. But what it lacks of, it gains back in the food served.

Noble House Seafood Restaurant is famous for its must try Loh Mee Oyster Mee Suah and its Noble House Special Noodles only found in, where else but Klang! This special dish is made out of tapioca flour, and the texture is chewy. The style of cooking is similar to Fried Kueh Teow and if you enjoy this dish, their Special Noodles is a must try. I personally find it slightly oily but what sort of noodles isn’t? Continue reading Noble House Seafood Restaurant »

Ah Yat Abalone

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

I’d went to Ah Yat Abalone for CNY dinner with some friends. It was a wonderful experience as I never had so many abalones one shot in life !! lol …

The promotion package was quite cheap as it was only RM450 + for 5 person (all you see in the picture except crispy pork and the wine), we ordered that separately and the bill sums up to RM500 ++. The food variety are generally typical but it’s really tantalizing and mouth watering … !!

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Serdang Lat Tong (Spicy Soup)

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

Spicy soup and Fah Tiew Kai (Small piece of chicken in thick soy sauce) are quite a fmous food among the KL-rian. They’re quite a few nice stalls and mostly I found are located in Serdang … Not too sure whether it’s an coincident though 😛

I have been visiting this shop almost every month. It just a small shop but always packed with people. What makes the Fah Tiew Kai so delicious is that they’d marinated the chicken for a day or so until the taste really sips into it. Then they cook using claypot and served using it as well. The thick soy sauce gravy is so tantalising that you can mix it with your rice to slowly enjoy it.

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