Sunday, June 27, 2010

Restoran Xi Yang Yang Sdn Bhd @ Sunway Mentari Business Park, PJ

With the current economic state still has not fully recovered from the credit crunch, many restaurants and even stalls has been slashing their profit margins to lure more customers. Besides giving discount, set meals is one of the many way that operators implement to provide a better value money to the consumers.

One of the Chinese restaurant having such practice is Restoran Xi Yang Yang in Sunway Mentari Business Park. Being the newest restaurant in the region, it offers some set meals at an unbeatable and unbelievable price.
Restoran Xi Yang Yang

An air-conditioned stall

The promotion of set meals that they are having now is as stated on the brochure.
Believe your eyes, it is that cheap!

I chose to have the Rm 22.90 set which consisted of a steamed fish, sweet sour pork, a fried vegetable and a soup. After 25 minutes of wait, the first dish that was served to me was the soup. Initially I thought that they would be serving the soup in the size of a rice bowl. So wrong I was, that in fact the soup was served in a medium sized clay pot!
Vegetable soup

You can choose your choice of soup. If you don't fancy the vegetable soup, just remember to ask for their choices of soup for the day when you are placing an order.
Seaweed soup
The soup came with the accompaniment of squids and pork fillets. Adequately flavoured with some kick of sweetness. I highly recommend this soup if you are a fan of seaweed.

Next came the sweet and sour pork dish.
Sweet and Sour Pork
I believe the breaded pork were freshly fried as it offered some mild crisp on the outside. Gravy were in the right proportion of sweet and sour taste as well.

As for the vegetables, you may too ask for the choices available. At my time of visit, I was recommended to take the baby kailan.
Stir-fried Baby Kailan
The baby kailan were so fresh that you can actually taste the sweetness of it. Hint of wok hei were tasted too.

I ordered the steamed version of the tilapia fish. When it was presented to my table, I was so surprise to note that:
1. Whole fish was served to me.
2. The fish weight at least 600g.
3. And, I eventually noticed that those tilapia fish were still alive and swimming in the tank!
Steamed Tilapia Fish in Sweet and Sour sauce
The meat was white, juicy and no hint of fishy smell. There were some part where the fish meat was tender. The gravy was well flavoured too, providing a great coating to the fish.

When placing the order, I'd ordered an a la carte plate of fried squids because I thought the portion of the food from the set will be small.
Fried Squid (RM 15)
Well fried and it offered some mild crisp on the outisde. However, it was let down by the taste and flavour of it.

When you have finished your dinner, they will compliment you with a platter of mixed fruits. At that point of time, I think that the meal is even more value to money!
Mixed fruits

I was persuaded by their manager Mr. Alex to try out their herbal jelly dessert.
Herbal Jelly dessert a.k.a Guillingao (RM 3.80)
Great stuff! The jelly were smooth and silky too! I like the sweetness accompanied with the bitterness that sets to linger in your mouth.

The stall do offer fried noodles and other seafood dishes as well. The promotion set meals is still running and it is still unknown on when it will end. So hurry up to this stall to try out their dish before the promotion ends! Seriously, you cannot get cheaper set meals of this kind at any other place.

Atmosphere: 5.5/10
Food: 6/10 (non-halal)
Price: 10/10
Verdict: The promotion set meals are just too value to the money!

Restoran Xi Yang Yang Sdn Bhd
No 27, Jalan PJS 8/17
Dataran Mentari, Bandar Sunway
46150, Petaling Jaya
Tel: 603 - 5622 2939
Mobile: 6013 - 360 7722 (Manager: Mr Alex)
Business hours: Daily lunch: 11am - 2.30pm, Dinner: 5pm - 10.30pm
(Closed on every fortnight of Monday)


  1. The meal is SOOooooo cheap!! I hate you!

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