Featuring Village Roast Duck (Bangsar Village), Putien (1 Utama), Yun House, Chynna - Hilton Kuala Lumpur, Chynna Restaurant, Grand Imperial Restaurant (Genting Highlands), Mott 32 卅二公館, Wan Chun Ting, The Ding's, Grand Harbour Restaurant 大港茶楼 (Fahrenheit 88)
Jesuis Enamourez
Jesuis Enamourez

Chinese Ramen served in signature pork bone broth, shredded pork and preserved vegetables, half boiled egg. The soup was quite decent and not too saltish. RM19.90 per serving.

This is the closest I could get for a decent bowl of old school wet market fried pork kuey teow which is known from Sandakan. The ones over here does look similar but I find it slightly bland. Dry Kuey Teow in gravy with slices of crispy pork and you tiao. RM9.90 per serving.

First try on this famous local noodles cooked with mock BBQ pork, mushrooms and Chinese kale. It’s tasty. RM8.50 per serving.

”Lou Shu” noodles, minced pork, prawns, pork croutons and duck egg in a clay pot. Surprisingly it’s pretty decent and delicious. RM26 per serving.

This deep fried beancurd coated with bonito flakes does feels like the Chinese version of Agedashi Tofu. While the crispy beancurd itself doesn’t has much seasoning, you might want to dip more of the broth that comes with it. Huge portion. RM28 per serving.

Visited the new spacious Grand Imperial at 6th floor Of Pavilion. Love the drunken sliced chicken wrapped with century eggs in a bed of jelly fish. RM13.80 per serving.

It’s a first having a vegetarian crispy roll wrapped with rice rolls. Suitable for vegan filled with julienne of red cabbage and carrots and the soy dressing isn’t that salty. RM15 per serving.

A bowl of velvety Chinese congee with century egg, sprinkles of spring onion and that saltish flavour from the sundried oysters, quite comforting. RM13 per bowl.

Home cooked baby spinach in superior broth with two kinds of eggs and Goji Berry. Barely taste any preservative in it. RM18 for small serving.

Crispy homemade black bean beancurd topped with minced pork, mushrooms, bitter beans(petai), chopped spring onions with some sesame soy sauce. This is quite appetising and surprisingly the bitter beans matches well with the rest. Very affordable price. RM18 per serving.

This private kitchen serves pretty good home cooked Chinese cuisine. Their famous Kampung Chicken is nicely steamed with Mirin and topped with some Chinese parsley. Each piece is soft and flavourful, served with a bowl of condiment made of Spring onion, ginger, garlic and sesame oil. RM38 for half a chicken.

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