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2013-07-01 237 views
ban seng looks like any other stir fry chinese restaurant but the bonus here is that they take phone call ordersso i ordered a cantonese stewed rice to take away.the rice was rather hard for me perhaps it was over night ricebut the sauce was almost similar to the watanhor type of sauceit had some sliced fish cakes, small prawns, and some vegetablesit was a bit salty as well after I reheated it when I reached home
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ban seng looks like any other stir fry chinese restaurant but the bonus here is that they take phone call orders
so i ordered a cantonese stewed rice to take away.
the rice was rather hard for me perhaps it was over night rice
but the sauce was almost similar to the watanhor type of sauce
it had some sliced fish cakes, small prawns, and some vegetables
it was a bit salty as well after I reheated it when I reached home
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2013-05-14 85 views
Wanna try nice food but have only short breaks of Lunch hour? Order curry fish head, curry mixed vegetables, or curry chicken. The fish curry takes longer time compare vegetables and chicken but also not too long because the curry is ready and they just need to cook it with the ingredients. Don't have to worry about the freshness of the food , because as a eater I can tell that the curry is fresh every time I ordered. Well, fish curry one of their signature main dish that people will come here a
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Wanna try nice food but have only short breaks of Lunch hour? Order curry fish head, curry mixed vegetables, or curry chicken. The fish curry takes longer time compare vegetables and chicken but also not too long because the curry is ready and they just need to cook it with the ingredients. Don't have to worry about the freshness of the food , because as a eater I can tell that the curry is fresh every time I ordered. Well, fish curry one of their signature main dish that people will come here all the way just to try the fish head curry.
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they called '虾酱炸鸡' (pronounce in Cantonese) for this meal when order at the restaurant.By order this, the boss will give u the special garlic chili sauce to dip with it. i could eat it with just white rice.Its crunchy surface, then the juicy meat after a bite, yum yum yum!...Well, it the weather is not hot, we always order this. A plate costs RM10 could serves 3 person
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they called '虾酱炸鸡' (pronounce in Cantonese) for this meal when order at the restaurant.
By order this, the boss will give u the special garlic chili sauce to dip with it. i could eat it with just white rice.

Its crunchy surface, then the juicy meat after a bite, yum yum yum!...

Well, it the weather is not hot, we always order this.
A plate costs RM10 could serves 3 person
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I came here at least once a week for lunch because it located nearby where i worked. There so many selection here for lunch but the one i like among so many i tasted before is the Hokkien style fried mihoon.It become all dark like you imagine they using same way to cook hokkien mee to cook the mihoon.Added with pork fillet, fried pork oil, prawns, vegetables...then, eat it with Ban Seng's chili padi (i don't know why their chili is spicier than other...) just too nice this combination.
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I came here at least once a week for lunch because it located nearby where i worked.

There so many selection here for lunch but the one i like among so many i tasted before is the Hokkien style fried mihoon.

It become all dark like you imagine they using same way to cook hokkien mee to cook the mihoon.

Added with pork fillet, fried pork oil, prawns, vegetables...then, eat it with Ban Seng's chili padi (i don't know why their chili is spicier than other...) just too nice this combination.
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2013-02-26 21 views
what i love about this chinese restaurant is that it opens lateso at even at 10.30 p.m. when I feel hungry I can just ring up the restaurant and make and order for take awaythen i give them 10 mins before I leave my house to collect my foodthey do a decent beef ho fun and many other kinds of noodles.their rice dishes are good too but somehow i think that their noodles are better
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what i love about this chinese restaurant is that it opens late
so at even at 10.30 p.m. when I feel hungry I can just ring up the restaurant and make and order for take away
then i give them 10 mins before I leave my house to collect my food
they do a decent beef ho fun and many other kinds of noodles.
their rice dishes are good too but somehow i think that their noodles are better
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2012-09-21 53 views
One of the favourite veggies we like to order is Belacan fry Paku. Mom used to say this Paku veggie was abundant in the old days, but now it became quite rare and the price of it has gone up so much. Well, the Paku veggie got its name as Paku because it looks like needles. Hence, the malay name for needle is paku. The belacan paku here is exceptionally nice with very spicy but fragrant belacan. You can even spot some meaty small dried shrimp that gives the extra fragrance. The paku veggie itself
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One of the favourite veggies we like to order is Belacan fry Paku. Mom used to say this Paku veggie was abundant in the old days, but now it became quite rare and the price of it has gone up so much. Well, the Paku veggie got its name as Paku because it looks like needles. Hence, the malay name for needle is paku. The belacan paku here is exceptionally nice with very spicy but fragrant belacan. You can even spot some meaty small dried shrimp that gives the extra fragrance. The paku veggie itself was also good. It was crunchy and doesn't taste very gluey like some other paku. I just dislike gluey paku veggie. Here, it was pretty good.
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