Just like any other Chinese restaurant the set up is simple and basic. The food is basically very good as we had our dose of Hokkien Mee which is very popular here and practically every table has this dish. You can request more lard to be added. We also had the Sang Har Meen which is also a killer. Our third dish was something we had not tried before the deep fried 3 layered pork with roasted garlic. Quite flavorful actually.
Park Village Restaurant
62-64, Jalan Batai Laut 3,
Typically a very old tai chow in Klang. One of the good place to for
Hokkien mee. Since 1967. The old uncle is no longer cooking and his sons is doing all the cooking now.
Kedai Kai Kee Mee Goreng
Hawker Centre(behind the old ocean supermarket)
The best time to visit this restaurant is before 8PM. A long queue before we are able to have a seat. People are waiting for tables outside the restaurant. So wait long long! Steamed Lala with Superior Stock (RM 12) is their signature dish and you can easily spot it in every table. Steamed with fried garlic, birds eye chilli, ginger and rice wine, the lalas were so fresh and juicy. The sweet and spicy superior stock was extremely addictive to the senses too.
Restoran Boston Baru
They still use charcoal to cook their noodles, giving their noodle “wok hei”.
66, Jalan 14/48,
46100 Petaling Jaya
Fried Porridge, Mantis Shrimp, Steam Lala, Green Chili, Fried Meatballs, Crab Meehoon, Hokkien Mee…
Restaurant Bubur Goreng
32,34, Lorong Lang