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This is chiokmun living in Ara Damansara. I am a Manager, work in Shah Alam (North).
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Ipoh Famous White Coffee Smile May 31, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Kopitiam | Noodles

Apparently this restaurant is famous for its Ipoh Famous White Coffee. I heard some from friends that there is also a branch in Ipoh with the same name of Restoran Sun Yin Loong. Hubby and I decided to order the white coffee with ice. The drink came in a jiffy. It was extremely aromatic, full of coffee smell. The ice content was just enough, and it did not dilute the drink. It was also not too sweet, very pleasant to the palate. Definitely recommended!
 
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Popiah Smile May 31, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Kopitiam

Hubby and I were around Aman Suria last weekend, and decided to pop by to Restoran Sun Yin Loong to grab a quick bite. I saw the popiah stall waiter running around with a plate of seaweed popiah, and I was intrigued. I ordered a pair, and it came fairly quick. The outer layer skin is crunchy seaweed, very delectable. The next layer is the usual white dough popiah skin, fairly normal. The filling was aplenty, with julienned cucumbers, carrots and turnip, all of them fresh. There were also some chicken floss being put. Every bite was a combination of freshness. Definitely recommended.
 
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Fried Vegetables Smile May 31, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

 
The last dish to arrive was the fried vegetables. The waiter recommended us to order this as the vegetable has just arrived to the kitchen and is very fresh. It was definitely good, still crunchy as the vegetable is still young. Fried with some garlic, it was full of wok hei and very delectable. Slightly oily, but that is expected. Overall a very good meal. Will definitely recommend other friends to patron Soon Wah Seafood Restaurant in the future.
 
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Claypot Tau Foo Smile May 31, 2013   (Related Review)
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The claypot tau foo in Soon Wah Seafood Restaurant is quite nice. The soft tau foo is deep-fried before being cooked in delicious brown gravy, giving it a good-bodied mouth texture. The gravy is slightly salty, but it was great when eaten with a bowl of rice. There were some fried baby anchovies garnishing the top, which gives the dish a crunchy texture. Overall, quite recommended.
 
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Steamed Fish With Dace Smile May 31, 2013   (Related Review)
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We ordered a steamed fish with dace, and it was quite an interesting dish. I have not had freshly steamed fish with dace before, so I was looking forward to this. The fish is relatively fresh, with a slight muddy taste, but it was still OK, as the garnishing on top was enough to get rid of the taste. The garnishing was aplenty. There were dace, chopped birds eye chilli, julienned ginger, fried garlic as well as Chinese parsley. Served on a bed of soya sauce, the dish is quite delectable.
 
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