The waiter suggested and we concluded on what to order. The plate of steamed dim sum served with chili and soy sauce was a perfect choice as an appetizer; light and freshly steamed prawn parcels.
At this point, our mains and drinks were brought over. My bowl of "Loh Mee"was packed with different types of seafood, veggies, thick yellow noodles and topped with fried shallots. I didn't know which to attack first but as usual, I slurped the thick seafood based broth. The flavors were there and I wouldn't say anything nasty.
Yet I felt that it was like a "mumbo jumbo""; thrown in with almost anything the chef could grab. The chili sauce was the same as for the dim sum but without the soy sauce.
I couldn't take the salty taste and only so much of whatever that was in the bowl was pushed down my throat. Nonetheless, the sirap bandung cincau was a likable thirst quencher.
My other half also felt that the chef who prepared his nasi goreng seafood was "over generous"" with the amount of prawns, fish balls and cakes and soy sauce.
However, he fared better job than me. He filled his stomach a fair bit of the rice with hot milo.
This halal Chinese restaurant is recommended if your palate accepts salty food and big portions of food; reasonably priced because all in we paid RM26.00. Well, you don't have to come all the way to Kota Kemuning for there's outlets in other areas too.
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