Wednesday, February 16, 2011

CNY Dinner @ Dragon Star Seafood Restaurant..

This will be the tenth time we are having Yee Sang for dinner.

Tonight it was at Dragon Star Seafood Restaurant, one of my favorite restaurant.

The Salmon Yee Sang @ Rm40 for half portion was only just average, saved for those cashew nuts that we added to it which added some nutty flavor with every bite.

The rest of the dishes were consistent with what they usually served and was up to our expectations except for the Tofu. 

Overall a great and affordable dinner to end the CNY !

Salmon Yee Sang (1/2 portion)-was average with a sweet plum sauce-we added our own Cashew nuts for more crunchiness-Rm40/
Braised Pig Trotter with Fatt Choy (black moss)-well marinated with soft tender meat and a bouncy skin-Rm38/
Braised house made Tofu stuffed tough fishpaste, topped with a shrimp and doused with a egg gravy-a big disappointment-Rm22/
Blanched stemmy,leafy, and crunchy Hong Kong Kai Lan-Rm24/
Steamed Loong Tan fish  (giant Garouper fish) -thickly sliced with collagen skin in a superior soy sauce/peanut oil-Rm120/
Wok fried generously sized Sea Prawns-fused with superior soy sauce-fragrant but not juicy-Rm60/
Green Dragon Vegetable-leafy with a pungent aroma-Rm24/

Total bill:Rm365/
Location:54a-54b, Jalan SS1/22,
Kampung Tunku, Petaling Jaya,


thenomadGourmand said...

Well u are the chinese tai chow expert! I'll take ur word for this one! I heard a lot of this plc, but never gt the chance to try it, as with all otr tai chow places cos it needs a min of 5 pax to enjoy a gd vareity of dishes. Sigh.

foodbin said...

eating is a group will be more fun.