Friday, April 1, 2011

Meow Meow Seafood Grill Fish Restaurant @ Sunway Mentari

With so many new food stalls blooming in Sunway Mentari Business Park, it is really hard to keep track of them. One of the latest addition of food stall here name themselves as Meow Meow.

Don't get them wrong though, it is not a food stall serving cat related food but it's a stall that serves halal Chinese seafood. Their full name of the stall is rather long though, Meow Meow Seafood Grill Fish Restaurant and you can expect standard dishes that you get from a typical restaurant, with a few signature dish to boast.
Meow Meow Seafood Grill Fish Restaurant

There are two area that you can opt to dine in, the air-conditioned area in the inside or the al-fresco way along the walkway outside.
Air-conditioned in the inside

I've been here twice and here are some of the food that I've tried.
Claypot Bean Curd (RM 12)
Consisted of Japanese bean curd that comes together with mixed vegetables, mushrooms, prawns and chicken fillets. It tasted pretty decent and comes in a generous portion. One of the dish that went really well with the rice.

Stir Fried "Four Heavenly Vegetables" (RM 12)
Lady fingers, eggplant, long beans and petai are being fried with sambal belacan. It was full with flavour where the sambal coated the vegetables really well. Not only that, they stir fried them to really dry and it brings out the best of sambal belacan. Twice I've eaten, and twice it taste as great!

Fried Kung- Pow Styled Mantis Prawn (RM 12)
Another dish that are bursting with flavour. Full of wok-hei but the mantis prawn are rather small though as you tasted more flour than the meat.

Herbal Steamed Chicken (RM 20)
One of their signature dish here. The chicken pieces are wrapped in an aluminum foil taste before it was steamed. It has a mild taste of herbal with some hint of Chinese wine. I don't find the taste as impressive as how my Mum finds it.

Wouldn't a visit to a seafood grill restaurant is incomplete if it did not consist of any seafood?
Tom Yam Steamed Prawn (RM 32)
Served in an aluminium foil, the fresh succulent and juicy tiger prawn comes with an ass-kicking tom yam flavoured gravy. The sweetness and the sourness are perfectly balanced, like the one you've always wish for in a good tom yam. A very appetizing dish indeed.

They do serve crab as well but it is dependent on the crab availability from their supplier. Don't expect large size crab here as the size of the crab here are fairly small to slightly medium size.
Marmite Fried Crab (RM 42 per kg, varied as per seasonal rate)
Tasted decent but could have been better if the gravy are less salty. A plus point is that the crab are fresh, resulting to a succulent meat.

Homemade Cocunut Jelly
A complimentary dessert after the meal. It was ok, after all, you don't complain on complimentary food, don't ya?

Twice I've been here and I must admit that I'm quite impressed with their food. The taste were consistent throughout my visits. The price of the food are reasonable and come in a fairly decent portion. Definitely a recommended place to have a simple yet delicious food that comes with a reasonable price.

Atmosphere: 5.5/10
Food: 7.5/10
Price: 6.5/10
Verdict: Do not missed out on the Stir Fried "Four Heavenly Vegetables" and the Tom Yam Steamed Prawn.

Meow Meow Seafood Grill Fish Restaurant
No 21, Jalan PJS 8/17
Dataran Mentari, Bandar Sunway
46150, Petaling Jaya
Tel: 603 - 5622 2673
Mobile: 6012 - 619 8881 / 6012 - 218 8049 (Ah Meow)
Business hours: Daily dinner: 5pm - 10.30pm

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