Monday, February 21, 2011

Fong Lye @ Jalan Imbi.

On the 10th day of Chinese New Year, the entire extended family decided to gather for dinner at Fong Lye, introduced by Aunt Diana. Honestly, the first time i've ever tried was the one in The Gardens and it did not leave a good impression as i find the food rather bland. Stepped out of the restaurant and started grumbling as to why it's always full-house each time i pass by the restaurant.

Truth is, I take back my words.

I must say that this is the best refreshing lime juice ever! Unlimited servings to quench our thirst as we waited for our seats.

Eating 'yee sang' symbolizes paving for better fortunes, health, wealth, prosperity and everything good. The vegetables are grated into long find strips to symbolize longevity.

Buddha Jumps Over The Wall.
It's a soup/potage dish that is peculiar with an extensive list of ingredients in it - abalone, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, quail eggs, etc.

The cold dish.
5 side dishes, ranging from vegetables to meat.
The scallop is as big four thumbs combined.

Steamed Salty Chicken.
One of my favourite dishes among all.
The meat is tender and juicy, and the saltiness..mmm hmm.

Butter Prawns with Thousand Island Dressing.
It was pretty good.
Unfortunately i got only one because fellow cousins grabbed them all before i could grab the second one!

Fried Bean Curd with White Gourd.
The gravy is tasty, not lumpy and sticky.
The vege is not too soft either. Yummmayyy!

Fish Head Soup.
It's like everything (vegetables, fishball, meat and the fish head) are dumped into this huge pot of piping hot soup. Nothing great tho.

Roasted Pork with Leak.
This is below average for me.
I dislike the burnt aftertaste that the pork gave and i dislike leak.
But all the adults LOVE it.

Pork Belly with Siu Pak Choy.
This is good as well! But just be sure to bite out that chunk of oil.

On a whole, the food were pretty good and the service is pretty decent as well despite the limitation of space. If you would to dine in here, i suggest you to make reservations beforehand as it's always full and they have REALLY limited tables.

Have a pleasant day ahead! >:)

Fong Lye Taiwan Restaurant
94 Jalan Imbi ,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel : 03-2145 6061

That's it.
You took me for granted,

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