Sep 30

This guy in USJ2 named his nyonya style curry noodles after himself, Fu Shoulou, direct translation means Moustache Man as how the boss looks like. You will see him standing at his stall there coordinating his workers around. Business looks good here, as the noodles sell fast and you can see the 3-4 workers cooked and served non stop.

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The curry is light in color but very tasty and is served with tau pok, long beans and topping of your choice. You can choose roast pork (siew yok) – RM5.00, string rays curry – RM5.00 or lala seafood – RM15.00. The curry noodles is very nice, light and tasty, I got the roast pork one and its really nice. I heard the lala seafood one is big and packed with goodies!

GPS: N3 03.423 E101 35.465

Sep 27
Puchong – Cheong Wah Seafood Restaurant
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We are buying dinner for our buddy boon who is back fr Tokyo on a break and decided to do it at Cheong Wah Seafood in Pusat Bandar Puchong based on the fussy guy’s recommendation. They now have their own building and parking lot with security which is good. The whole place is air conditioned but sadly the service is a bit slow and its quite crowded even for a weekday.

There are like hundreds of varieties from home dishes to good seafood to the expensive stuff. We ordered deep fried prawns topped with oats, deep fried salted egg vegetables, minced pork tofu, lum yee pork ribs, steam fish (pak soh kung) with garlic and onion paste, superior soup lala, herbal steam chicken and a yam ring to finished it off, talk about 8 courses meal!

Not to elaborate more, everything is good, the portions are big and so are the size of the food served and its just delicious. Everything come up to below RM280.00 and we got 9 free ice cream with it, cool! 😉

GPS: N3 02.224 E101 37.108

Sep 27
Klang Bukit Kemuning – Tien Tien Lai Seafood
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At Bukit Kemuning area along Jalan Kebun, heading to Klang direction, there are a few small chinese restaurant serving the local communities there. Me and some friends plus their kids stumbled upon Tien Tien Lai which served dishes plus seafood.

As you drive heading to Klang, the place is just on your right, brightly lite and filled with diner’s cars outside. They have some big mud crabs selling at RM36 per kg, which is quite ok rate. But since there are only the few of us, we ordered a fried lala (clams), salted egg pork ribs (unique!), fried vegetables and sizzling pan tofu for the little kid. The soya drink here comes in a big bottle, looks home made and is nice.

Food quality is good overall, I like it, lala are the small type but the sauce is nice and the salted egg pork ribs is something different. Price is average and is a good place to dine. But it gets crowded on weekend, so the wait is a bit long, the kitchen seems to be busy non stop.

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