I've never liked Chinese cuisine in particular, generally because the Chinese cuisine in Malaysia is either chained restaurant or you need a table of people so you could order a table of food. But I like to dine in Luk Yu Tea House @ Starhill Gallery, although it's slightly pricey.
Appetizer of the day (RM 6) is alright, nothing special. It's just cold salty cucumber piece. Deep Fried Prawn served with Pomelo (RM 38) is very aromatic and the shell-less fried prawn is fresh. The pomelo sauce is sourly sweet and the onion on top of the prawn is a good match to the prawn.
Deep Fried Prawn served with Pomelo
Fried Rice with Barbequed chicken and shrimp in Yang zhou preparation(RM 26) is recommended. It's cooked with prawn and Char Siew which made the dish flavoury but not overly salty.
Fried Rice with Barbequed chicken and shrimp in Yang zhou preparation
Salted Egg Yolk Fish Fillet (RM 38) is still nice, but not good enough if you compared with the Deep Fried Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk. Prawn still the better match with salted egg yolk.
Salted Egg Yolk Fish Fillet
Ginseng Sea Coconut with Red Dates served Chilled or Warm (RM 5.80) give you the relaxing chill and good end to the meal. The price of the dessert is quite reasonable if you are comparing with the main dish.
Ginseng Sea Coconut with Red Dates served Chilled or Warm
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Deep Fried Prawn served with Pomelo,Ginseng Sea Coconut with Red Dates served Chilled or Warm
Date of Visit: Oct 22, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately RM54(晚餐)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3