As a comparison with the fresh water prawn noodles at Soo Kee, let's check this favourite place of ours to have the same type of noodles but tastes tonnes better. This place, Restoran Green View, does not need much introduction as it's very popular indeed in Petaling Jaya. Located near the famous Rothman's roundabout, it's very easy to access. Parking in the evening is a breeze... psssttt you can park at Menara Merais for free!
As we have this dinner sometime back, it's hard to recall what is the name of this pork ribs dish (RM23.00). It came whole but luckily it was stewed until so tender that the meat literally falls off its bones. Tasted good and we lapped up the gravy with deep fried mantous (dumplings, RM4.00 a loaf and we have 2).
Next came a mediocre stir-fried fish slices with ginger and spring onion (RM25.00) that is nothing much to shout about.
We liked the stir-fried romaine lettuce with preserved beancurd (foo yue RM15.00) though with enough wok hei (breath of a wok) to play around with the tasty foo yue that thickly coats the vegetables.
Then came the 'piece de resistance' - fresh water prawns noodles (sang har meen RM70.00). If not mistaken we asked for 3 large prawns to be shared by 5 adults. Someone was lucky enough to have one whole prawn haha... well everyone was worried about their cholesterol level! Mei Yen, see these prawns... huge or not??? :p
The eggy gravy enveloped the crispy deep fried fresh noodles, not too starchy... just right I would say. Ohhh taste sooooo soooo good! We also like their Kong Nam Meen, also in similar eggy gravy but have loads of vegetables on it. Yum yum!
All the dishes above for 5 adults without any rice, a pot of Chinese tea (RM7.20), bucket of ice (RM1.50) costed RM157.19 inclusive of 5% Government Tax.
Restoran Green View
No. 6 & 8 Jalan 19/3
46300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: (603) 7958 1076 or 7954 9263
Opening Hours: 11.00am - 11.00pm
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