Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Wang Chiew Seafood Restaurant @ SS2/103, Petaling Jaya

Located in the secluded shop lots of Jalan SS2/103 residential area, Restoran Makanan Laut Wang Chiew is a Chinese stall that served Chinese delicacies at a reasonable price. This stall is split into 2 different shop lot, with one being air-conditioned and the other one without air-conditioned.

Having frequented this stall for years, I was first brought to this stall by my uncle during a family gathering. In fact, this is the Chinese stall where my uncle will never fail to visit whenever he is back to Malaysia for a visit.
Restoran Makanan Laut Wang Chew (2006)

The place is usually packed with people especially during the weekends. At our time of visit, both of the shop were fully seated and the walkway tables were not spare either.
Crowded with people even at the walkway

Credit must be given to them for serving our dish pretty fast even though the stall was packed. Barely 20 minutes of wait, our first dish was served to the table.
Yam Basket (RM 18)
Named as the "Fatt Putt", the most important part is the basket being "yammy" enough while offering some mild crisp on the outside. The yam basket fits into the billing, and there were no complain for the fillings which were decently prepared.

Stir Fried Kangkung Belacan (RM 9)
Wok hei was superb, and the belacan presence were felt in each mouthful. So good that we ordered 2 plates of it. My favourite dish for that day.

Stir Fried Lettuce (RM 12)

Steamed Minced Pork with Salted Fish (RM 15)
Not really my favourite, but the salted fish did offer the fragrant that blends well with the pork. Good with the rice though.

Claypot Curry Fish Head (RM 36)
Decent but nothing really "wow". It could have been better should the curry powder was not as strong in taste and the lesser content of coconut milk. At least, the claypot consisted a fair proportion of fish meat.

Bean curd with Mixed Vegetables (RM 12)
It was a pretty normal dish. What worth mentioning was the smooth bean curd.

Steamed Salted Herbal Kampung Chicken (RM 25)
My another favourite for that day. The chicken meat was succulent and well infused with the hint of herbs. The natural sweetness of the meat blends so well with the gravy that make it so good even on it's own. Another dish that goes well with the plain rice, trust me.

The total bill came to RM 156.60 which inclusive of white rice and Chinese tea. I reckon the price was reasonable considering that the dishes were served in a rather generous portion and did feed 8 of us full.

Atmosphere: 5/10
Food: 6.5/10 (non-halal)
Price: 6.5/10
Verdict: Pretty decent Chinese food served at a reasonable price.

Restoran Makanan Laut Wang Chiew
No 30, Jalan SS2/103
47300, Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03 - 7722 3662
Mobile: 012 - 645 5139
Business hours: 11.30am -10.30pm

GPS Coordinates: N3 7.604' E101 37.509'

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