Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Peang Cheong No Name Tai Chow @ Jalan Perusahaan Ringan

This is one of the Three Tai Chow found at Jalan Perusahaan Ringan, Setapak and this one without a name but on the same side of the road near Yee Sang Fatt Seafood Restaurant as posted previously HERE. When we asked the owner for the name of this stall they just mentioned "no name" but the place is known as the oldest Pheang Cheong Tai Chow in that territory (Biscuit Factory Tai Chow).

The 1st dish was a steamed ginger fish (Wan Yee), it was delicious with sufficient ginger and was steamed to the perfect taste. Thumb up for this one.

This is no doubt a simple stir fried veggie but these tapioca leaves were cleverly selected and fried to the right taste and the leaves were succulent and of prefect size.

Fried tilapia fish in Thai style was an interesting dish as the gravy was 100% Thai coupled with the petai and long bean making this dish a gorgeous cuisine. This is a dish worth trying.

The calamari or sotong fried with dried chilli and it was good and succulent.

Roasted pork (siew york) fried with dark soya sauce and sugar could have been better if fried with some small chilli (chilli padi). This wonderful dish goes very well with the whiskey.

Stir fried Lala was yummy too. Simple & nice.

Bitter gourd fried with roasted pork (Siew York) I would prefer the slices of bitter gourd to be thicker in order to have a full and crunchy taste of bitter gourd.

Danny Chan (left) was in a good mood, the whiskey & dinner was on him. We wish to thank Danny Chan for the wonderful dinner as we explore the wonder in this quiet stall. We shall explore the third and last stall at this road soon.


FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

The foods look delicous and awesome. ^-^

foodbin said...

i like the Thai style Tilapia.