Ham & Eggs............

Ham & Eggs............

Soon Lei Restaurant (Kedai Makanan dan Minuman) @ Taman Kuchai Jaya, Kuala Lumpur

Sunday, November 22, 2009

In Taman Kuchai Jaya, many patrons know that here is famous for one thing and that’s Fish Head Noodle. There are 2 restaurants which are quite famous for it, Goon Wah and Soon Lei. This post is about Soon Lei.
Even before the dish is placed on table, patrons could smell the aroma of the wine simmering in the bowl of seafood broth. Inside were thick chunks of fried fish head, preserved vegetables, tomatoes and yam. Fleshy fried fish pieces were aplenty as well. Yummy…
The following dish is the stir-fried potato noodle; they use mashed potato and mix together with flour (very interesting way to use this matter). Using this sort of noodle, the chef fried with minced pork meat and dried fungus. Result, quite tasty lar….
One of the better dishes is the stir fried noodles with pumpkin and salted egg yolk. It’s never easy to cook tung fun for they stick together easily, given their starchiness. A strange combination, no doubt, and perhaps the generous portion of pumpkin is bit too much, and perhaps less is more, but still very good…
Another one of their best dishes is stir-fried mee sua, the overall taste is slightly bland, as compared to their other dishes. But this dish comes with generous amount of ingredients like scrambled eggs, prawns, scallion and pork.
Then this normal Cantonese Stir Fried Hor Fun, taste wise is quite standard (normal lar) but if you refer to the picture below, they are very generous with the ingredients, plenty of vegetables and prawns.
Saving for the best is deep fried chicken wings marinated with Guinness Stout (have to marinated for over night). The taste is very sweet and you can smell the aroma of the Stout which gives tenderness to the chicken wings. Delicious!
Food Review

Food Type: Chinese (Non-Halal)
Address: G7, Blok KP1, Jalan 3/115C, Taman Kuchai Jaya, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +6016-608 7282
Price: Average RM13 per pax
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday (8am-4.30pm), Closed on Sunday

Taste Rating: 7.5/10
Ambiance Rating: 5/10
Service Rating: 6.5/10
Value Rating: 8.5/10

Overall Rating: 6.9/10


Kid-j November 23, 2009 at 7:04 PM  

ah si, I always go there.. next time you try their 'Ha Kou' Fried rice...

and their toast bread too.

Michael aka AhSi November 23, 2009 at 7:53 PM  

Oic, sure will try... btw, Taman Kuchai Jaya got one place very famous for its Roast Pork, do you know about it?


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