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Restoran Fatty Sang has stalls selling noodles in the day and tai chow (cooked dishes) food at night. So far, I've only been here for tai chow rather then the day. Start off with 'Yue Sang' before our main course. Lotus fried with fungus, celery and carrot. Healthy dish. Steamed fish. If I'm not wrong, the sauce is made from lemon, garlic and chillie. A bit spicy but tasty. Japanese Tofu, comes in 2 styles. You should check out this tasty dish as well.Butter milk chicken. Best if it's prawn bu
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Restoran Fatty Sang has stalls selling noodles in the day and tai chow (cooked dishes) food at night. So far, I've only been here for tai chow rather then the day.
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Start off with 'Yue Sang' before our main course.
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Lotus fried with fungus, celery and carrot. Healthy dish.
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Steamed fish. If I'm not wrong, the sauce is made from lemon, garlic and chillie. A bit spicy but tasty.
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Japanese Tofu, comes in 2 styles. You should check out this tasty dish as well.
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Butter milk chicken. Best if it's prawn but due to the fact that I can't eat seafood, chicken was the alternative. Nevertheless, it's still tasty.
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For desserts, we have a complimentary red bean soup.
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Portions were for 5 adults, 5 bowls of rice, 5 drinks and it costed around RM130.00 only. Very reasonable and it comes with a complimentary dessert. Defiantly worth a visit and dining with friends and family.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-04
Spending Per Head
RM27 (Dinner)