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isabellee
This is isabellee living in Petaling Jaya (North). I am a Student, work in Petaling Jaya (North). I like to hang out in Bandar Utama, Kelana Jaya, Bandar Sunway. Japanese, Western variety are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Restaurant, Bar & Pub and Ice Cream / Froyo / Gelato, Pizza/Pasta.
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Crab! Smile Dec 24, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

The whole purpose of coming here : fu yong siu hai which translates to Seremban BBQ Crab although I doubt the crab was BBQed. Apparently majority of the diners ordered this. Lots of fresh sweet flesh especially in the claw. The black stuff on the shell is a salty sauce which we think tastes like Marmite?

 
The spicy sauce is their specialty but we were not too fond of it. Besides, the crab tasted good by itself =)

 
 
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This sizzling hot plate Japanese tofu with minced pork topping arrived in a really big plate! It's served with a raw egg in the middle so you have to 'cook' it by stirring it in the hot plate. We happily poured the generous sauce all over our rice and immediately regretted it. This dish is extremely salty shocked Like REALLY salty. In the end, we scraped the sauce off the tofu to eat.

 
 
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Kung pao mantis prawn Smile Dec 24, 2012   
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There is a whole row of restaurants here but this one is directly across a hotel. Illegal parking available along the road =x The restaurant is quite big but it was already filling up and almost full at 6pm.

 

 
Simple stir fried vege. No complaints. Fresh and crunchy. Found a thick strand of hair in this though. Was offered to change a new plate but it's okay. One hair won't kill us. The lady boss went into the kitchen and shouted at her staff. Thank you for taking hygiene seriously.

 
The kung pao mantis prawn was everybody's favourite! They were quite generous with the portion and it was only RM 10 or so. Love the crunchiness and the slightly powdery taste. Wasn't too spicy, even for me.

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Kung pao mantis prawn
 
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Also ordered this fried century egg dumpling (RM 6.50 for 3 pcs) as a side order. The skin is super crispy (it was freshly made and still warm) but slightly oily. The dumpling actually tasted good but I found it to be too salty and the taste of the century egg was overwhelmed. Such a waste.. Also, as I bit inside I found a surprise! Another strand of hair! There's no denying that this time it was definitely from the kitchen as it was inside the dumpling.

 
Probably the only good thing I had was the homemade soya with cincau (RM 4). The restaurant is quite packed during lunch time so maybe there are other good food?
 
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Dry Fried Pork Pan Mee Cry Dec 24, 2012   (Related Review)
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The dry version was even worse compared to the soupy one! Observe the sad looking leaves. The dark sauce (underneath) was sweet and when I ate the food with the provided sauce (in saucer), it tasted like iced lemon tea. Not kidding.

 
To take my mind (or taste buds) off the strange iced lemon tea taste, I smothered it with the dried chilli flakes. Only to find.. a strand of hair inside. I just threw it away, thinking it could be from a disgusting customer.

 
Despite me not liking the noodles or the sauce, the fried pork slices are yummy! The skin is crispy and the inside is just so full of flavour.
 
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