Monday, December 27, 2010

Have You Been To Lan Je?

I think this restaurant needs little introduction. They have one signature dish, the steamed tilapia (fei chou yue). They do not drown the fish with much soya sauce or cooked oil. Its loaded with ginger and hot chillies. Owing to the turnover, you can bet that the produce is very fresh. You don't get the mud-after-taste which is prevalent for this kind of fish. You can have normal or spicy, trust me, take the normal, the spicy one will be way too much chilli padi all over. The over generous amount of ginger is a trademark, will make you hot but ginger is good for you anyway.

The salty prawns is a decent dish as well. As it is probably farmed prawns, the taste of the prawns lacked something but its crunchy and pretty good overall.

Or you can go to their 4 other restaurants, two in Cheras and the HQ at Rawang. The other is in Kepong I think. The other dishes worth sampling are: fansueyip, and probably the kungpo chicken (as I saw many tables ordering that).

27-28, Block C, Jalan Rawang
Gerai MPS, Batu 16

No. 10G & 12G, Jalan Kasturi 3
Plaza Kasturi
Batu 11, Jalan Balakong

Kota Damansara:
F-50G & 51G, Jalan Teknologi 3/9
Bistari “DE” Kota
Kota Damansara
PJU 5, Petaling Jaya


Ooi Beng Hooi said...

There is another branch at Taman Len Sen, Cheras, at the T-junction traffic light, opposite Monday night market

Melvin Lim said...

What bout Kepong? Which part? Anyone knows?

jie qi said...

any oth comment on plus?do you think the offer price will be more than rm5.20?what will UEM and EPF do?

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