Anyway, last Sunday afternoon, mum and I went to Wok Cafe at 26, PJU5/21, Kota Damansara. They serve authentic Nyona food and local food as well. Their staff are friendly and efficient. The walls of the restaurant are covered with antiques and old-fashioned wooden doors and walls! Its like back in the Shi Huang Ti time!
So I was testing.. Experimenting. Haha. How does this look? O_o
Char Kuay Teow (RM7.00)
With big prawns, squid, chinese sausage, omelette and tau ge.
Best dish I had for lunch. Not your typical char kuay teow at coffeshops. This one is premium. (:
Crispy pork rolls marinated with 5-Chinese spices in beancurd sheets
Real huge pork rolls!
Jiu Hoo Char Rm 8.00(s) Rm 11.00(m) Rm 17.00(l)
Turnips with carrots, cabbage, mshrooms & dried cuttlefish served with Chinese lettuce and sambal
Put some jiu hoo char in the chinese lettuce, with and put some sambal on it, then nom nom nom.. Eat it up! 😀
Penang Assam Laksa (RM6.00)
Spicy yet my all time favourite – Assam Laksa.
Gulai Tumis Fish Rm 14.00(s) Rm 20.00(m) Rm 26.00(l)
Very spicy indeed! Yes very yummy.
Warning: Once you try this, you might not be able to stop yourself from having more. 😀
Chee Cheong Fun
Typical Penang style chee cheong fun. it isn’t like KL chee cheong fun that has yong tau foo.
Assam Big Prawns Rm 20.00(s) Rm 25.00(m) Rm 35.00(l)
Pan fried tamarind caramelized prawns served with cucumber & sambal belacan
Pork Cincalok Rm 12.00(s) Rm 17.00(m) Rm 22.00(l)
Recommended. Beautifully made, chewy..
Perut Ikan Rm 8.00(s) Rm 11.00(m) Rm 17.00(l)
Tangy & spicy vegetable goulash with local fish tripe & roe
A quiet taste.. I quite like the roe, but the fish tripe is a little too chewy.
Sago Mango (RM3.50)
One word – YUM.
Sago Nangka (RM3.50)
David, the chef. 😀
Taa for now. (: