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Friday, 11 May 2012

Review: Restaurant Wong Poh (Revisit)

**Non-Halal**


A friend recently discovered Restaurant Wong Poh serves fantastic crab dishes with reasonable prices. She has always been a big fan of Green View Restaurant but noticed that it was getting expensive as time goes by plus the cajoling of her son, she decided to give Wong Poh a go. So in order to taste more dishes, she rounded up some other friends making up to 7 of us for this trip last week.

Since she doesn't like the signature creamy butter crab that appears on every table, we have this Stir-fried Mee Hoon Crab. I have to say the rice vermicelli is fried with full of wok hei (breath of the wok) where the noodles remained stringy and chewy. It's not easy to fry rice vermicelli without it turning soft and not breaking up! The flavour was great too with the fresh sweetness goodness from the crab pieces.

Wong Poh Restaurant

The friend was raving over the Sang Har Meen (Fresh Water Prawns Noodles, RM72 for 2 portions) and so we have that too. Loved the rich eggy gravy that is so full of fresh prawn flavour. The prawn size is commendable too!

Wong Poh Restaurant

Next we have a Sweet and Sour Crab. In total we have around 7 medium sized crabs for the 2 crab dishes, I believed which costed RM201.10. Quite reasonable eh? As for this style of sweet and sour, the balance is there just that I didn't like how the egg appeared. I like mine to have an even small thin ribbons of egg.

Wong Poh Restaurant

The sweet and sauce sauce was a delight to be mopped up with deep fried mantous (6 pieces RM4.20).

Wong Poh Restaurant

We have 2 greens, one is the Stir-fried Baby French Beans (RM13). Can't really go wrong with this when the French beans remained crunchy as one chomped them up.

Wong Poh Restaurant

The friend had overheard us discussing about 4 Heavenly King (RM10) earlier, and so that's how a plate of that ended up on our table. This dish of spicy stir fried 4 variety of vegetables was one of the dish that went empty first. Wong Poh's version has my fave petai, yum yum, ladies fingers, 4 angle beans and long beans. It's not too hot and loved that the sambal paste has bits of fragrant dried shrimps.

Wong Poh Restaurant

The total bill of the above dishes plus a pot of Chinese tea with ice (RM10.50) came up to RM310.80! What do you think of the price we have paid? Was it reasonable in your pocket too?

Btw, it's pleased to note that they have expanded to 3 shop lots now as compared to 2 when we first went there. Best to call to make a reservation especially on weekends as it can be really packed. I doubt you would want to wait for a table when everyone is slowly enjoying digging into their crabs!


Restaurant Wong Poh
36 & 38 Jln BM 1/2
Bukit Mayang Mas
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 603-7803 3527

6 comments:

Michelle Chin said...

are the crabs from indonesia?

Pureglutton said...

We saw this place when we went to try out their next-door competitor, lol! Really crowded here. Must check this out soon!

Sean said...

ooh, for a full-blown crustacean feast like this, the price seems worthwhile. this reminds me, i haven't had sang har meen yet this year! my arteries are thankful for that, but my taste buds are not! :D

choi yen said...

I don't like sweet and sour for my crabs, just without any reason, weird hor... =.="

CUMI & CIKI said...

wah the sweet and sour crabs are huge! very reasonable i must agree:)

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