Sunday, October 17, 2010

Ying Jia Dim Sum & Seafood Restaurant.

Eating together with our children are much more fun-have more time to chat about the latest happenings-more food options as there are bound to be like and dislike !

But for today dinner at Ying Jia Dim Sum & Seafood Restaurant, there is only the three of us as all of them were busy with their work schedule.

Ying Jia located on a top end lot of a sloppy Food court in Happy Garden off Old Klang Road served affordable Dim Sum in the morning and "Tai Chow" in the evening.


Parking is OK.



Steamed Red Snapper about 400 gm-with soy sauce/peanut oil and garnished with julienned young ginger and coriander leaves-fish was fresh but the sauce was a bit salty.

Chee Kiok Sheen-(vinegar pig trotter)-filled with black beans, radish's wedges, lots of sliced old ginger, sweetness from the palm sugar and aromatic black vinegar-trotter and lean meat were cooked to the right texture-5 stars!

Kai Lan Chow Chap-stir fried local Kai Lan (cut into 2' length) with sliced fish, chicken breast neat, lean pork, squid's rings, shrimp and carrot-with a dash of fragrant Chinese wine-good "wok hei"



Total Bill:Rm73/
Location: 5, Jalan Lazat Satu,
Happy Garden, off Old Klang Road,
Kuala Lumpur.
Tel:03-7983-6541/012-287-8786.
 

5 comments:

thule a.k.a leo said...

used to go here a lot when I was studying.. but that was more than 10 years now!

smallkucing said...

ya that place have good food

Bangsar-bAbE said...

I don't like their dim sum, but the tai chow's pretty decent.

Alice said...

Want to try the pig's trotter!

foodbin said...

thule a.k.a leo-give them a try again, the tai pao and sang yok pao are good.
smallkucing-agreed.
Bangsar-bAbE-their fried noodles are good-available in the morning.
Alice-it's was real tasty-one of the best I've ever tasted.