Saturday, October 10, 2015

Mohammad Chow @ Damansara Perdana

This family-founded outlet has become popular for halal Malaysian Chinese dai chow-style fare, inspired by its owners' hopes of offering everything from Marmite chicken to kung po cuttlefish & kam heong crabs for customers of every ethnicity to enjoy.

The menu is extensive, with something for everyone - our favourites among our orders were the indulgent Nestum butter soft shell crab (RM40 for the smallest serving, which is still more than sufficient to share), creamy-crispy buttermilk sauce battered sotong (RM18) & the irresistible salted egg pumpkin (RM12), all served fresh & piping-hot from the kitchen.

 For fans of diversity: Hearty platters of 'yin yong' chicken (RM18), tofu (RM15) & kailan (RM15), each prepared in two styles.

Classic comfort food, evoking memories of happy family meals from our past, include the crowd-pleasing yam ring with sweet-sour fish fillets (RM28) & a well-executed clam fried rice (RM25). Many thanks to the Mohammad Chow team for hosting us.

 Mohammad Chow Chinese Muslim Kitchen
3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5H Damansara Perdana Business Centre, Petaling Jaya. 
Sat-Thurs, 11am-11pm; Fri, 4pm-11pm. Food delivery is available to nearby areas. Tel: 603-7731 6383

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10 comments:

  1. Actually Chinese Muslim food is very popular among the Malays who want to taste Chinese style food and at the same time halal... One of my favourite is Muhibbah Seafood in Kg. Penchala... I'll go try one day and see if it's as good as our Chinese counterpart

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    1. Leo: ya, i think you'll find several in damansara perdana, sg penchala, taman tun dr ismail ... and also parts of ampang and elsewhere ya. some of the flavours are somewhat different for some of the dishes, but they're also pretty familiar/recognisable in the end :)

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  2. Food looks good, prices are ok. We had one place here but it did not last very long - closed down before I had the chance to go and try. I heard they simply charged diners, very unreasonable prices. There is another one - quite popular but it is not so great.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, i don't recall you writing about them in your town, but i guess they generally weren't your favourite places :)

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  3. Mmmm salted egg pumpkin - yum!

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    1. The Yum List: couldn't resist ordering that one! :)

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  4. Woooo butter soft shell crab & salted egg pumpkin, something I would definitely order, hehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, those two were definitely my favourite orders here :D

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  5. wow, that hill of egg floss! O.O I love that!

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    1. Choi Yen: ya, lots of floss ... i kept digging into that :D

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