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Four Seas at Jalan Bangkung Bangsar

REFINED CHINESE CUISINE

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Luscious Smoked Duck at Four Seas

Dining at the Chinese here in Kuala Lumpur can be so easily sorted but finding a good one can be a slight task. But here I am having a fantastic and wonderful time indulging a fabulous Chinese gourmet with one of Malaysia most famous food writer Tan Bee Hong, photographer Khoo Su Ting and owner of Four Seas Edward Soo. The first dish the Smoke Duck itself did all the introduction. Smells good. Tasted so brilliant. Got me excited Got us all excitedly with such a bundle of joy. Pink. It was pink. I can’t imagine the smoked duck was slow baked over mustard, garlic and honey. It was such a beauty. . . . . soft in texture, intense with flavours. We were left raving for more. Definitely a must have dish if you are planning to dine here.

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Moon Sing Restaurant at Taman Perindustrian KIP

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The River Fishing Excursion at Bukit Tinggi

I could not believed that I had located this restaurant that was hidden in the isolated area near Desa Aman Puri. Yes not far form there (just a kilometer or two just behind Mc Donald), to be exact located at Taman Perindustrian KIP. I was lucky this time as I had a guide with me. It was a true innocent authentic Chinese dishes that I ever eating that afternoon unless it was well prepared by my grandmother, aunties or the elderly. In fact in Cantonese there are called “See Fong Choy” or authentic Chinese home cooking. Here at Moon Sing we had the “Kong Sai” Provence style of cooking.

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Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Restaurant Bandar Manjalara Kepong

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Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Restaurant

Having the pleasure to dine in Kepong can be truly exciting. The food is plenty and abundance of variety to choose from. Kepong eatery definitely caters for your budget, from road-side hawker to fine dining. We found yet another interesting, simple, delicious and yet within an affordable budget. That night was a plenty to eat feast for three! Yes it was only three of us on the quest of food crawling.

We opted for stuffed fish paste dishes that night, it came with stuffed beancurd “Yeong Tao Foo’, beancurd sheet roll, deep fried pastry, stuffed bittergourd, stuffed egg plant and stuffed chilli, while having fish paste on it’s own was such a pleasure, bouncy in texture and filled with such satisfaction. ONLY RM1.00 a piece. So affordable at Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo!

Chan Chan Yong Tou Foo Menu
Menu on the Wall

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