Thursday, January 30, 2014

Tak Fok & Moon Palace @ Puchong

Getting to some of the good stuff for this Lunar New Year ...

... with a salmon-prosperous yee sang (RM60) from Puchong's Tak Fok Hong Kong Seafood ...

... plus poon choi (RM398 for a serving for eight people, two-day advance order necessary), slightly less wallet-crippling compared to what many other outlets charge but still satisfying & very filling ...

... laden with 12-head abalone, flower mushrooms, mussels, Japanese scallops, fish maw, prawns, prosperity bags, pi-pa tofu, fatt choy, kampung chicken, roasted duck, pork spare ribs, bean curd, yam, broccoli, Chinese cabbage & white radish ...

... & from Moon Palace nearby ...

... lap mei fan that clocks in at RM50, with liver sausages that unfortunately are less than a knock-out.

Tak Fok Hong Kong Seafood
23, Jalan Puteri 2/5, Bandar Puteri, Puchong. Tel: 03-8060-6994
Moon Palace
Puchong Financial Corporate Centre. Tel: 03-8063-8122

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14 comments:

  1. Ah I like all of these!!! Happy Chinese New Year Mr. Rabbit! :D

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    1. CK: me too! Now I'm satisfied ... no need any more yee sang, poon choi or lap mei fan some more this year :D Happy CNY, Mr Devil! :)

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  2. I absolutely love the smiling crab on that sign! :)

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    1. Linda: it's a cute crustacean! :D

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  3. First time I've heard of poon choi, honest! It doesn't even look familiar :)

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    1. Footfringe: ya, I think it used to be more obscure, but it's been steadily growing in popularity these past five years. this year, a lot of restaurants put it on their menu! :D

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  4. Moon Palace is my usual restaurant for good and cheap food. The Mines outlet is the best so far.

    Wilson

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    1. Wilson: Mines is not too far from my home, so it'd be a decent destination for me :)

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  5. I think I have been to moon palace, but not eaten there (wedding gig), too bad the liver sausage didn't impress. The poon choi looks super massive btw, quite intimidating! Happy CNY! Huat ahhhh!

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    1. Kelly: yeah, I haven't heard much about moon palace, so it was a risk to try the food here. On the other hand, ya, the poon choi from the other place was as massive as promised. I was initially afraid it wouldn't be enough for us :) thanks and hope u're having a terrific cny too! :)

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  6. So what's your choice for your Chinese New Year reunion dinner? Going home?

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, home (and the family from Malacca) have come to me :D

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  7. CNY is just over and I am missing yee sang!

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    1. Missyblurkit: haha, ya, it'd be nice to still be able to have yee sang in March or April :D

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