Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Chow Yhang Restaurant.

Another family dine-out at Chow Yhang Restaurant located in SS2, Petaling Jaya.

Having dinner together brings the family closer and it's also the time to keep up with the latest gossips and happenings.


This part of SS2 in Petaling Jaya consists of two rows of double storey shop houses, back to back and are mostly occupied with small restaurants and coffee shops.

Chow Yhang Restaurant is a small, compact, family oriented air conditioned Chinese restaurant that  does not have service charges.

After your meal, if you fancy some sweet pastry there is a famous Yau Char Kwai (Chinese cruller) and Hum Chi Pan (salty dough bun) stall by the road side that only open during the night.


Parking is OK .

Yam Basket-seated on deep fried white rice vermicelli and filled with Kai Ting (cubed chicken meat cooked with baby corn, straw/button mushroom, carrot, green capsicum and cashew nuts-the deep fried yam was powdery and melt in the mouth..

Herbal Chicken came in a piping hot casserole with spring onion garnishing-well herbal flavored and thickly gravied-a bit oily and salty.

Assam Garouper fish-garnished with fresh refreshing green mint leaves-filled with slices of lady finger and okra-fish was fresh and meaty-the spicy and sourish broth was quite oily.

Braised Pork ribs with special sauce-well braised and the dark soy sauce colored meat easily detached from it's bones-gravy goes well with rice.

Oyster Omelette-fried evenly with coriander leaves and spring onion until golden brown -filled with lots of juicy oysters-passable.

Green and leafy Sweet Potato shoots stir fried with garlic to end the meal.

Total bill:Rm275/
Location: 135, Jalan SS2/6,
Petaling Jaya,
Tel:03-7877-3850/012-325-7122.

5 comments:

boo_licious said...

I often wonder if this is related to the old restaurant. The yam basket looks good.

thenomadGourmand said...

sigh.. wish i got family dining out like this. So many tai chow places i wan to try!

foodbin said...

boo_licious-the owner was a former chef with the old restaurant.
thenomadGourmand-for us it is a weekly affair.

Sin Tai Lim said...

Generally there 3 Tai Chow along SS2/6 that offer reasonably price meal Ang Kee, Shanky & Chow Yhang. Would you think so?

foodbin said...

Sin Tai Lim-agreed but Ang Kee uses a lot of lard in their dishes..