, a very active foodie on social media, has introduced 5 food that instantly makes you love Puchong
in his previous article. In this article, he will share with us 6 value-for-money restaurants that worth visiting!
(The restaurants are listed in no particular order. Some of the establishments below are not halal.)
1. Lobbee @ Empire DamansaraLobbee
's Tomyum Lobster Noodles have become very popular in PJ lately. They are the first Thai restaurant that brings the famous lobster noodles from Bangkok to Klang Valley. The tomyum noodles here can be mixed and matched with different seafood. The signature Lobbee Combo is served with lobster, king crab, squid, mussels and soft-boiled eggs. Priced at only RM98, the dish can be shared by 3 to 4 persons. So value for money!
2. Yat Yat Lei Curry Mee @ Kuchai Lama
Whenever I feel like having a bowl of piping hot curry mee in Kuchai Lama, I will visit this curry mee stall in KL nestled in Yat Yat Lei Coffee Shop. I like the curry mee here, because the soup is thick and fragrant. Just how a good curry mee should be! The noodles are served with delicious ingredients, such as char siew, fish balls, tofu pok, cockles and potatoes. They also offer dry curry mee, which is equally rich in taste!
3. Restoran Ocean Seafood @ Bandar Puteri Puchong
Ocean Seafood is well-known in Puchong for affordable and delicious seafood dishes. All seafood dishes (except crabs) are only priced at RM15 a plate, what a steal! A wide variety of seafood is available here, including fish, prawn, scallop, squid and clam. The seafood can be prepared in different style to suit your taste-buds. The restaurant is always very packed in the weekends. Come early to avoid disappointment!
4. Brother Kuan @ Bandar Puteri Puchong
Looking for delicious char siew and roasted duck in Puchong? Head to Brother Kuan
where you can satisfy your palate with a wide variety of Chinese dishes. At this restaurant, you'll see a unique stainless trolly, which is used to maintain the temperature and humidity of the steamed rice. The char siew here is a must-try. It is grilled to perfection until the meat is soft and fragrant. Roasted Duck with Herbal Sauce is another specialty dish. The crispy roasted duck is drenched in herbal sauce. What a creative combination!
5. Sin Hup Kee @ Bandar Puteri Puchong
Sin Hup Kee is originally a famous restaurant in Ipoh. They are most famous for their Dry Pan-fried Chicken. The restaurant has a nice interior with walls that are filled with photos of the restaurant's signature dishes to entice your taste-buds. Some recommended dishes here include Dry Pan-fried Chicken, Stir-fried Eggplant and Long Bean with Salted Fish, and Beancurd with Minced Meat.
6. Restoran Fu Gua Thong @ Bandar Puteri Puchong
The business here is good, as this restaurant in Puchong is always running full house during dinner hours, especially in the weekends. Most patrons come here for their specialty Bitter Gourd Soup, which is boiled with pork meat and fresh bitter gourd slices that are bitter sweet. Aside from Bitter Gourd Soup, the deep-fried pork slices here also very crispy and delicious! It's a perfect match with the soup.