Monday, August 3, 2015

Still as good

It has been a while since we last had our dinner at Wai Kei Restaurant which is located next to the Scott Garden along Old Klang Road so we went there again recently and to our delight the food still tastes as good as before.
Sweet Potatoes Leaves with Wolfberries (Goji) - MYR10

Yong To Fu (Vegetable stuffed with fish paste) - MYR1.20 each

A claypot of wine chicken (medium portion) - MYR30

Special deep fried tofu - MYR13

Steamed tilapia fish with minced ginger paste - MYR35 

My rice with coriander



38 comments:

  1. I love that wine chicken pot.. I can finish all the soup if the soup is nice.. Slurrpp..

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    1. The soup has lots of sweet wine so it is nice.

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  2. I'm attracted to that wine chicken too. Brings to mind my Drunken Prawns, Sarawak version - post on that in my blog coming up real soon!

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    1. I like prawns better than chicken.

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  3. the name doesn't ring a bell but the location and the steam fish actually sounds familiar to me.. is this the one under the bridge and is always packed with people??

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    1. No this is not. I think I know the place you are referring to.

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  4. Hello mun! Been a while for me dude. :) i love to try that first pic, i love potatoes so muuuucccch! :) num num num again!

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    1. You like to eat the leaves too?

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  5. Actually I'm interested with the special tofu, I think I ate it for the first time when I was like 12 or 13 in a shabby tai chao place and it was great. I thought special tofu was only special to that place. Then slowly I realized every tai chao/restaurants have their own "special tofu". But ah... most of them don't do it right. I only like it from a handful of places.

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    1. The ones you like are they tofu mixed with fish meat or something else?

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    2. Mixed with some stuff that I don't know. Probably some spices too. I never bothered to ask to be let in on the secret.

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    3. I don't think they will reveal their secret ingredient.

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  6. All the dishes you ordered I like especially the rice wine chicken. But I especially like your last photo...with a touch of coriander! ;D

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    1. I put the coriander there myself, hehehe!

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  7. the fish and chic looks super yummy!

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  8. looks tasty, I prefer the steamed fish to be plain with light soy sauce, this would be too much ginger for me..
    The yong tau foo is my fav dish...yumzz!

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    1. They do serve steamed fish with light soy sauce too.

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  9. It is important for eateries to maintain their food quality and service. I like that too.

    All food looks yummy and I love them. Especially that fried tofu and steamed fish.

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  10. That restaurant is still as popular as ever and will survive for a long time.

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    1. May it survive for a long long time.

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  11. I'm a veggie lover. And these all look good. :)

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  12. All the dishes looked very appetizing to me.. a very nice satisfying meal there, Mun!

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  13. Wah rice also got decorated. :) Good combo of food order - fried, sauced, soupy etc.

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  14. Your rice looks so little, will full meh?

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    1. I eat little rice will be full.

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  15. I personally think that Malaysian food are so healthy... you got many veggies, noodles and healthy meat.. once I get there.. i will definitely give all these dishes a shot...

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  16. I love that wine chicken, very yummy and very nourishing for us!

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    1. Ladies doing confinement eat this too!

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  17. The potato leaves like so long haven't peel yet one...how's the taste?

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    1. I think almost all shops serve this way.

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