Sunday, October 24, 2010

Restoran Millenium Eighty-Six.

For Sunday lunch, we usually opt for something light and simple.
Restoran Millenium Eighty-Six located a stone throwaway from Restoran O & S in Paramount Garden, Petaling Jaya is always packed to the brim on weekends.

Even though not all the stalls are as good as those in O & S, there are four that we particularly like to patronize i.e. curry fish head, fried noodle, nasi lemak and chicken rice.


Parking is OK.


Steamed fresh and meaty Garouper fish slices with silky smooth melt in the mouth white Tofu with finely julienned young ginger in a tasty oyster/ soy sauce broth-Rm18/
Fried Pan Mee (Wheatflour noodle) Hokkien style with strips of pork, shrimp, choy sam, Chinese round cabbage fried in dark soy sauce and lard-smooth and lardy-Rm6.50/
Nasi Lemak @ Uncle Jimmy-an upturned bowl of fragrant coconut milk/pandan  flavored rice on the side with coarse wild boar meat rendang, chicken curry with potato, toasted peanut, half a hard boiled egg, freshly sliced cucumber-a wholesome meal-Rm5.50/
 Location: Corner shop-behind a Caltex Station.
Jalan 20/22, Paramount Garden,
Petaling Jaya.

5 comments:

smallkucing said...

ya have been there many times.

Stephanie said...

Nice place! The nasi lemak looks good. Will try next time :-)

foodbin said...

smallkucing-this noodle stall at the far end of the shop operated by three brothers is good.
Stephanie-Uncle Jimmy's nasi lemak has another stall in Restoran New Seaview.

thenomadGourmand said...

nice! wild boar curry!
is this the one w western food at night??

foodbin said...

thenomadGormand-there a Western food stall but at night it's famous for Hokkien mee.