On this auspicious day, I managed to dig thru my files and found these pics. It must have been fated that I didn't blogged about Restaurant 88 earlier LOL!!!
Hubby took me to this dai chau (big stir-fry) place in Sunway Mas one evening. He said it's one of the place they will go after their prayer sessions. He dictated the usual pai kuat (ribs) dish and I picked the Marmite version. A very lethal combo indeed... the tender ribs coated with a sweetish and sticky Marmite sauce.
Next, we have their signature tofu dish - choy hiong tau foo. It's basically deep fried homemade eggy tofu topped with a stir-fried mixture of minced pork meat, dried shrimps and choy poe (a type of preserved vegetables). I like this a lot as the stir-fried topping is very fragrant indeed and especially when the choy poe are crunchy!
We have the usual vege dish of fu yue yau mak (stir-fried romaine lettuce in fermented/preserved bean curd).
All the three dishes + 1 bowl of rice + 1 glass of chuk cheh sui (boiled sugar cane) and 1 coconut came up to RM30.30 for two of us. 88 Restaurant is a corner coffee shop, diagonally opposite My Kitchen.
Jalan PJU 1/38,
Sunway Mas Commercial Centre,
47301 Petaling Jaya
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