Wednesday, August 26, 2009

LA LA CHONG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT SDN BHD.

One month ago, Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant Sdn Bhd was relocated from the Subang Airport Terminal 3 area to Kayu Ara because the land owner wanted the land back for redevelopment.

Now in Kayu Ara, Petaling Jaya, they have Pantai Seafood Restaurant and Damansara Village Steamboat Restaurant as neighbors and competitors.


This place is more spacious-warehouse-like, with a sectioned area for air conditioned dining.
We opted to dine in the open area as the weather was fine and breezy.

Sharon the young, attentive and knowledgeable waitress recommended their signature dishes to us.

Parking is ample.

Warehouse-like open dining and a sectioned area for air conditioned dining.

Appetizer-Chicken and Beef Satay-the Peanut gravy was overwhelmed with Curry powder-terrible!-Rm11/

Lala (Clams) in superior soup with Bird's eye Chillies to perk up the flavors a few notch higher!-Rm15/

Stir fried Paku Choy (wild Fern) with cloves of Garlic and Tuna-tender and crunchy with the flaky Tuna and red Chillies lending a great flavor to the dish-Rm15/.

Steamed Pak Soh Koong (white whisker farmed Catfish) about 850 gm-garnished with finely sliced young Ginger, sprigs of Coriander leaves, deep fried Garlic and bathed in good grade Soy sauce-fresh, smooth and no fishy smell-Rm27/.

Salt baked meat Crabs (1 1/2 kg)-was surprised to see red and green Bird's eye chillies and smashed old Ginger baked with the crabs-fresh, sweet and succulent-Rm59/.

Sandy was late for the dinner, she ate the leftovers!-lol.

Total bill:Rm160/
Location:Lot 13556, Jln Cempaka Kayu Ara,
Damansara, Petaling Jaya,
Tel: 03-7728-1906.

18 comments:

Big Boys Oven said...

La La Chong don't seems to trigger me! Been there, tasted and nothing to shout about, am I right?

Selba said...

*reads BBO's comment* Not nice?

Who is Sandy? ;)

foodbin said...

BBOven-own preference-for me 7/10.
Selba-Sandy is my niece.

SimpleGirl said...

my fren told me the satay is nice there....

Duckie said...

i like the name of the shop!!!

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foodbin said...

SGIRL-the gravy is bad.
Duckie-Lala is their signature dish and Chong is the owner name.

Bangsar-bAbE said...

The siong tong lala looks good. My colleague says this lala soup is one of the tastiest around.

CUMI & CIKI said...

lala chong! another hot fav;)

My Taste Heaven said...

the satay and the steam fish look good!

foodbin said...

BBabe-it is their signature dish.
C&Ciki-agreed.
MTHeaven-but the satay gravy was bad.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Their shop is famous for lala? SInce the name call la la chong.

Little Inbox said...

How does the paku choy taste like?

foodbin said...

FParadise-that's right.
LInbox-crunchy and tender.

PureGlutton said...

You had all their signature di shes, hehe! I like their lala - always fresh and clean. But then whenever we go there, we tend to order those few signature dishes againand again! Not much variety.

foodbin said...

PGlutton-you can go for their fresh mantis prawn, oyster or river fish.

Iwan Shafiee said...

anyone mind telling me how to get there from subang airport road?

foodbin said...

Iwan Shafiee-exit at the Damansara toll-keep left-make a u turn at the first flyover-turn left at the first junction and drive all the way towards the end-La La Cheong is on your right.