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Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Review: Restaurant Friendship Herbal Soup


FHS - Friendship Herbal Soup

Dug these out from my photo archive. We went to tried this Restaurant Friendship Herbal Soup, the Kepong Branch when it was still new (that must have been many many months ago haha). My mother had heard from the neighbour that they were running some kind of promotion which I can't recall what was it now. Anyway, this place is located at the row behind KYS Restaurant (Carrefour side).

Four of us shared one Double-boiled Coconut Soup (RM6.00) and another soup which I did not manage to capture the picture, hence can't recall what it was, plus the receipt is in Chinese! Duh. This soup tasted clear (ching) and have hint of coconut.

FHS - double boiled coconut soup RM6

I liked this Salted Egg Yolk Fish Slices (RM15). The crispy deep fried fish slices were coated with even amount of salted egg yolk which render them not overly salty and the fish have a very fragrant taste.

FHS - salted egg yolk fish slices RM15

The benchmark of wok hei (breath of the wok) came out best with Stir Fried Romaine Lettuce with Fermented Beancurd (foo yue) dish. Glad to say Friendship Herbal Soup passed the test with the right amount of fermented beancurd used. I lapped up whatever little gravy on the plate.

FHS - foo yue yau mak

We also have a small plate of Honeyed Pork Ribs (RM9). Can't go very wrong when the tender ribs with slight sweetish thick sauce.

FHS - honeyed pork ribs RM9

One can have plain rice or yam/taro rice (RM1 per serving) to go with the dishes. We tried the yam rice which is nothing to shout about. The rice was a bit dry and not so flavourful. Could hardly ever trace yam pieces in it. I think mine is better :p

FHS - yam rice RM1

FHS FHS addy

Restaurant Friendship Herbal Soup
12G & 14G Jalan Metro Perdana Barat 2
Taman Usahawan Kepong
52100 Kuala Lumpur

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tankiasu said...

Still never got to check them out yet. Saw them featured on a TV programme the other day.

daphne said...

coconut soup? that's very different-or at least I haven't tried that before. Once, I had salted egg yolk bitter gourd and that was lovely-so I can just imagine that the fish dish is just as nice.

Babe_KL said...

yeah i saw dat episode too daryl

daphne, it's pretty common to find this soup at restaurants dat sells double-boiled soups in malaysia. hey i had that bittergourd dish too and it was fantastic

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

i saw the big pot they use in the cheow yang i m proud to say that i know where this is!!

Ms One Boobie said...

Good soup restaurant hard to find..! here's a treasure eh. And cheap too..! i like it alot..!

Babe_KL said...

haha joe, you might wanna give them a try now

mamabok, i guess the Chinese in us have this soup loving thingy huh?