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Curry chicken bun and yin Yong bun is a must eat food whenever you are in PD. The taste of the curry is delicious and the gravy is thick. The softness of the bun make you starving for more. Must try dragon tiger seafood pot as well. (Chinese pronounced ‘Lung Fu Wui’) which roughly means the ‘meeting of Dragon (crab) and Tiger (prawn)’.This extraordinary dish is a combination of milky & mild curry soup, fused with generous servings of seafood ingredients such as crabs, prawns, squid, clams and fr
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Curry chicken bun and yin Yong bun is a must eat food whenever you are in PD. The taste of the curry is delicious and the gravy is thick. The softness of the bun make you starving for more. Must try dragon tiger seafood pot as well. (Chinese pronounced ‘Lung Fu Wui’) which roughly means the ‘meeting of Dragon (crab) and Tiger (prawn)’.This extraordinary dish is a combination of milky & mild curry soup, fused with generous servings of seafood ingredients such as crabs, prawns, squid, clams and freshly sliced fish served in a boiling pot.
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Date of Visit
2016-06-11
Waiting Time
20 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM30
Recommended Dishes
  • Curry Chicken Bun
  • Curry  pork  ribs  bun
  • Yin  Yong  bun
  • Dragon  tiger  seafood  pot