Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Thong Yew Seafood Restaurant.

Usually, we like to eat Bak kut teh with side dishes of steamed fish, prawn and vegetable ala Teluk Intan style at Thong Yew Seafood Restaurant in Klang.

After relocating to this new location (a former steamboat restaurant) opposite Wisma Acmar, they reinvented a new set of menu which include noodles and most Chinese cuisine.

The three of us skipped Bak kut teh and tried their new dishes minus the rice, of course!

Parking is OK.

Indonesian style Chicken-meaty-full of flavors tossed with lemongrass, onion, curry leaves and red chillies-appetizing-Rm15/

Pork belly-thinly sliced-deep fried until crisp then tossed in honey/bird's eye chillies/onion-snacky and addictive- Rm15/

Sang Har Meen-deep fried crispy Wantan mee topped with egg/prawn roe gravy and 4 halves of the Udang galah (fresh water river prawn)- meat was fresh, sweet and springy-Rm66/

Wat tan Poh Choy-blanched Poh choy bathed in egg gravy-smooth with a bit of bitter taste from the Poh choy stalk-Rm8/

Pu'er tea to finish off the meal.


Total bill:Rm110/
Location:Lot 930-934, Jalan Gelugor,
Klang, Selangor.
Tel:019-211-2375/012-249-6138.

7 comments:

smallkucing said...

yummm...the Sang Har Mee looks so yummy

thule a.k.a leo said...

hmmmm... have to utilise Google Map or my Garmin to locate this place! Any famous landmark nearby which I can refer to?

foodbin said...

smallkucing-delicious.
thule a.k.a leo-sorry forgot about the map.

孫邦柔 said...

融會貫通的智慧,永遠不會被遺忘。..................................................

cleffairy said...

OMG... the sang har meen looks so heavenly. I'm practically drooling!

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恩宛玲如 said...

時間就是塑造生命的材料。

foodbin said...

cleffairy-worth trying.