Steam King @ Kota Damansara

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First off, Steam King Seafood Restaurant looks clean, feels cooling and comfy. Secondly, it’s always packed! Thirdly, the waiters gives recommendations which is really good! They won’t make you order too much either to prevent from throwing away food.

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Look at the amount of fishes.. At the bottom left especially. The fish don’t even have much space to move! Can you imagine how many fish they sold in a day?

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Steamed Clams with garlic and glass noodles
A little too salty without rice of course. And look at the amount of garlic! Wow. Garlic lovers’ heaven.

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Salted egg with pork ribs with chilli and curry leaves
Despite it is a seafood restaurant, this was the best dish I had. OMG. It’s so yummy!!

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Butterhead Scallop
Lovely.

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Steamed Soon Hock fish with light soy sauce
The fish was really good.. I recommend this rather than the other types of steaming. Seriously. If you’re adventurous, then try the other steams like sambal, preserved radish and black bean steam. (:

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Rawr.

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Wet butter milk tiger prawns
Yum. As always, I wish the sauce was on the prawn meat.. Not the shell. Happens in all restaurants. I never get to taste the sauce with the meat. But overall, the prawns was great. (:

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Curry Tofu with egg, prawn, sotong, dried squid
It’s said it’s their signature dish, but I don’t really fancy it. Everything is nice, except the curry. Which is the main thing..

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Double mushroom and broccoli in abalone sauce (RM32)
Very common dish though. But it’s not bad.

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Steam King Seafood Restaurant

No. 7, Jalan PJU 5/10,
Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.

Tel : 03 – 6140 7460

Open daily
11am – 3pm
5pm – 11pm

(Keep in mind, you would want to do a reservation if you plan to have dinner after 8pm)

Nang it!

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Fine dine @ High Tide, Menara Taipan

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It’s so hot these days.. Anyway, right after my tuition, mum brought me to High Tide, Menara Taipan. Oh my goodness, it’s so sleek yet so fragile. It has French windows, big huge windows replacing the walls. As it was a hot afternoon, it was so bright, I felt like I was in another country. Do you know how costly it is? But of course, the best quality must come with the BEST prices. Before we move on to the pictures, I’m going to be honest, I am not a seafood fan, so I’m only going to briefly describe how it taste and what my mum thinks of it.

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Fresh Dutch Sealand Flat Oysters (6 for RM128/ 12 for RM250)
For starters, we had oysters and fresh oysters isn’t my thing. Cooked ones either. But each time I see oysters, I’d take one just to try it out.. I must say, this is the best oyster I’ve ever eaten. (I still quite dislike it, but eating it the french way was quite alright with me)

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They have mini buns for you instead of the ordinary big fat bread that lies in the middle of the table all times. They serve it to each customer, asking which bun you’d like. This one is a multigrain bun. 😀

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Ocean Trout Tartar (RM58)
With basil leaves and wasabi sorbet in the middle.
The ocean trout was marinated with grain mustard, chopped dill, chives, olive oil and a drop of sesame.

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Scottish Scallops Platter (RM88)
You have the Pan-fried scallop served on a creamy puree of Jerusalem artichoke on the left, then the carpaccio of scallops sliced thinly and placed over sweet beetroot cut in small cubes and lastly is a grilled scallop placed over sautéed oyster mushrooms and a mustard mouselline.
I liked the pan-fried scallop the best. The puree of Jerusalem artichoke compliments it so well! As for the carpaccio, my mum loves it so much. The last scallop was only yummy because of the juicy scallop meat.

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Monkfish (RM128)
The pan-fried fish is topped with a crust of herbs like tarragon, basil and parsley and served with cooked spinach leaves and a stunning oyster bĂ©arnaise. The spinach leaves is gorgeous, the oyster bĂ©arnaise, not quite.. For the fish, oh my goodness, it’s so beautiful. Firm and juicy.. It’s not like eating a codfish. It’s different. By the way, go google monkfish if you don’t know how it looks like. Remember the movie, Nemo? There was one time when Marley and Dory went deep down to the sea where no light is seen? There they were attacked by this ‘cute’ fish with a light bulb? YES! That one!

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White Halibut (RM118)
Oven baked to a light golden hue, the fish is placed on a fragrant langoustine broth with root vegetables like potatoes and topped with lobster ravioli.
The ravioli is good, but we only had one.. /:

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Seafood Platter served with 2 creamy dips (RM248 per person, minimum two persons)

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Osyter

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Mussel

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Langoustine

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I was being all classy, I didn’t want to use my hands.. In the end I did, 3 of them just stared at me while I do it. PRESSURE! Haha

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Callebaut Chocolate (RM38)

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Ghana Dark Chocolate Ganache
Served in a glass topped with a foamy honey chocolate espuma and a sprinkle of coffee granite. It’s another rich dessert but to die for.

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White Chocolate Cremeux
with pistachio, cottage cheese and raspberry

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Sao Thome Dark Chocolate Brownie
A thin sliver of vanilla panna cotta (hardly could taste it though..) and chopped lime-pear compote. Yummyy.. I can already feel the extra calories..

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Cottage Cheese Sorbet
It’s already starting to melt when I took the picture, you could imagine when it reach our table.. But it’s real good stuff, if only I could have more… (:

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Evert Onderbeke, the Belgian chef.

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Carol, whose been so nice and attentive. She’s a real nice lady who always had a smile on her face. (:

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I just love my Lancome oscillating mascara..

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High Tide

Website

Ground Floor
Menara Taipan
Jalan Punchak (on the way to KL Tower)
Off Jalan P Ramlee
Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2072 4452

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River Garden @ Jalan Ipoh

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Good afternoon! I had my lunch at River Garden today. Fantabulous although I am not a fan of seafood.  I still can feel that odd feeling in my body. Anyway, The restaurant is spacious and all in cream colour. It almost look like a house. White curtains, white tables, white walls and floor. River Garden is located at 468-B2, Batu 3, Jalan Ipoh, 51200, Kuala Lumpur. On Mondays to Saturdays it’s open from 11am to 11pm and on Sundays and public holidays, it’s open from 9am to 11pm.

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Roasted Duck, Roasted Pork and Suckling Pig
Yummy..

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Roasted Duck

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Roasted Pork

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Suckling Pig

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Double Boiled Chicken with Coconut.
A very sweet fruity soup. Not the kind I would enjoy. But this is very good for your health.

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Changgul (XO sauce)
It’s a dish so it’s a little salty on its own, eating with rice would be perfect.

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Braised Home made Bean Curd with Angle Gourd (RM12)

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Lobster Steamed with Garlic
Yummy yummy. Sweet meat that goes nicely with garlic. Yumm..

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Steamed Garupa
Super duper fresh fish!

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Baked Prawns with salt and pepper
Sweet juicy meat.. Can you imagine ?

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Hairy Crab (RM50)
Ain’t kidding you, it’s really RM50.

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Baked Salted Kampung Chicken (RM20)

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Gui Leng Kou

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