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"|
Location: 5, Jalan Lazat Satu,
Happy Garden, off Old Klang Road,