03-7960 4988
The Elite Seafood Restaurant (previously known as Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant (PJ)) offers a wide variety of seafood, meats and vegetable dishes. Besides the more common choices of live seafood, diners can also find some rarer ones here, such as the French turbots, Australian snow crabs, Alaskan spider crabs and Canadian geoduck clams. Diners can rest assured that you're getting the best quality of seafood that are done by our team of chefs hailing from Hong Kong, China and Singapore. There are also a few thematic VIP rooms available for guests to choose from, and a wide selection of Banquet and function menus are available to cater to this market segment. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Signature Dishes
Steamed with Superior Soy Sauce Talapia Fish Claypot Curry Tiger Prawns Pumpkin To-Fu Braised Chicken in Tawainese Style Fried Kangkung with Belacan Fried Fu Yong Egg
Review (3)
Level4 2016-06-30
Do not underestimate the fried hokkien noodles with seafood was the chef has imparted a decent wok hei and nice flavor to the noodles. Though I was pretty full by the time the noodles was served, I still simply could not resist it and almost finish the noodles. I loved how the noodles were not heavily loaded with the black soy sauce, with the right amount of saltiness to it! continue reading
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My friend recommends this Dim Sum restaurant to us and they were having a 50 % off from off-peak for all the Dim Sum. Therefore, we wanted to go there to give a try as it has been a long time I had a delicious Dim Sum. The Elite Seafood Restaurant is located at Section 13, next to the Unique Seafood Restaurant. I spend RM 7 for jockey service before even entering the restaurant and I guess they don’t have any car parking especially for the guests. The restaurant serves Dim Sum, Porridge, Noodles, Chee Cheong Fun on the Dim Sum Menu but I saw some of the other customers ordered seafood for their lunch. A couple of people occupied the restaurant when we arrived at 12.30pm but it was filling up after that for lunch with working people. The ambiance of the restaurant was good it is similar to the Chinese Wedding ballroom. Once entered, we were seated in a nice and comfortable chair and the staff even pulled an additional chair for me to keep my handbag. So good!! I ordered Century Egg Lean Meat Porridge, Siew Mai Topped With Prawn, Steamed Custard Bun, Steamed Crystal Prawn Dumpling, Glutinous Rice, Deep Fried Prawn Roll, Chee Cheong Fun With Meat Floss, Osmanthus Jelly,Pu Er Tea and Steamed Xiao Long Bao. Tibbits was chargeable. Tibbits @ RM 4.27 Century Egg With Lean Meat Porridge was good and big portion. Century Egg With Lean Meat Porridge @ RM 10.91 Steamed Custard Bun has too thick fillings and does not have oozing effect. It looks small compare to the normal Dim Sum restaurant. Steamed Custard Bun @ RM 12.73Steamed Crystal Prawn Dumpling was delicious. It was plump and has a juicy prawn that barely visible through the translucent dough. Steamed Crystal Prawn Dumpling @ RM 14.55Siew Mai was tasty. The “must have” of any Dim Sum meal. Siew Mai Topped with Prawn @ RM 12.73 Steamed Xiao Long Bao was okay. The skin was too thick. Place that in the spoon and bite it, then the soup will be oozing out from the Xiao Long Bao. Steamed Xiao Long Bao @ RM 11.82 It is one of the common dish you will find in all the Dim Sum restaurant. Glutinous Rice was simply delicious. My boyfriend loved it. Glutinous Rice @ RM 14.55Deep Fried Prawn Roll was too crunchy and not enough of fillings. Deep Fried Prawn Roll @ RM 10.91Chee Cheong Fun was silky and soft. It was filled with crispy bean curd. Something new I tried at a Dim Sum restaurant. Chee Cheong Fun with Meat Floss @ RM 12.73 Osmathus Jelly was okay. I like Tim Wo Han better than the Elite Seafood Restaurant. Coconut milk does not get along with the osmathus jelly. Osmathus Jelly @ RM 7.27Overall, it was an okay lunch for us. Dim Sum was good, but not extraordinary for the price we paid. RM 140 for the Dim Sum without 50%, I guess with that amount of money I can get eat a better Dim Sum somewhere else. Friendly service, but our food takes longer time to arrive.Service Charge: 10%GST: 6%The Elite Seafood RestaurantLot 9B-3, Jalan Kemajuan,Section 13,46200 Petatling JayaTel: 03- 7960 4988/4288 continue reading
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Level2 2015-10-04
previously known as ah yat abalone restaurant.our dinner is including coconut chicken soup serve with whole coconut,braised abolone with sea cucumber mushroom and vege brocolli. steam sing ban .rooster pig,rooster chicken,lo hon jai,soya sauce prawn .steam bamboo clams with garlic and glass noodle.the last with red bean soup ( chan pei hond tou sa ).feeling happy and joyful reunion with all this pricey food.yummy continue reading
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