Saturday, March 28, 2009


Saturday lunch with my buddies, we went to New Paris Restaurant in SS2, Petaling Jaya as we wanted to have a quick lunch. "QUICK" it was ! from the time we did the ordering to finish eating-only 30 minutes. The restaurant ground floor area is open dining while upstairs is air conditioned. Their daily turnover of diners is fast that's why, a need for Red colored plastics sheet cover for each table. When you have finished your meal, they just wrapped up everything with it and send it to the washing section-and the table is set-Great ideas. We did not order their signature dishes like Sambal Petai Prawn, Steamed Tilapia Fish or Pineapple Pork Ribs as TaTa was in a "carnivorous" mood, and looked what he ordered.

Braised Chicken in Homemade Glutinous Rice Wine with finely shredded Ginger- the tender Chicken meat fully absorbed the sweet and aromatic wine- rm29/

Pork Belly with Salted Fish in a pot-it was bland could be the inferior Salted fish used and was mixed with pieces of lean pork-rm10/

Double boiled Watercress Soup-was tasty and the only green to go with our meal-rm6/.

Steamed Grouper fish-was fresh and fleshy-bathed in good grade Soy sauce and garnished with Ginger, Coriander leaves and Spring Onion.-rm32/.

Their signature sauce-Chillies, Shallots with Lime juice-really prep up our appetite.

Total bill:Rm78/
Location:62-64-66, Jalan SS2/72,
Petaling Jaya.


CK Lam said...

An attractive intro...thought you went to Paris.
The grouper fish looks very fresh, and the good grade gravy is enough to go with the rice.

SimpleGirl said...

ginger chicken with glutinous rice....something new to me..looks super good!

New Kid on the Blog said...

I thought the Paris in Ipoh. :)

worldwindows said...

Good fresh steamed grouper is hard to come by. The meat looks so white and appetising. As for the superior sauce I am sure it wont go to waste!

Selba said...

Hahaha... I thought I'm going to see european dish when I read the title of your post.

Duckie said...

what a contrast .. the title and food!!!

foodbin said...

i never meant to hoodwink you all with the title-the food is very cheap and affordable.