Restoran Makanan Laut Soon Fatt @ Sri Petaling

27 01 2011

I have been a regular customer at Restoran Makanan Laut Soon Fatt for many years. Despite loving the food there, I had never thought of blogging about it until now. I guess most of the time, my family members were around so I felt rather hesitant to bring my camera along to take pictures while they are staring at the food. Lol!

Anyway, one of the reason why I enjoy eating at this place is because of its reasonable price. Unlike some Chinese restaraunts that serve mediocre food with an expensive price tag, the food at Soon Fatt are consistently tasty and more importantly, do not burn a hole in your wallet.

Take this steam ‘hong cho’ fish for instance.

For RM 26, the dish was really value for money. Not only was the fish fresh, the taste was spot on.

Just take a look at the fish texture…

The ‘Sei Tai Thin Wong’ (RM 6) which means Four Heavenly Kings (in this case, four variants of vegetables – long beans, 4-angled bean, brinjals and bitter bean) was also nice. The rich taste dried shrimp and sambal brought a smile on my face.

The sizzling plate tofu (RM 7) was another another dish which I enjoyed. If you have tasted enough Chinese food, you will know what I mean.

The place is very crowded during dinner time. However, the food usually come very quickly. Highly recommended.

Restoran Makanan Laut Soon Fatt
No. 92-1, Jalan Radin Tengah
Sri Petaling
57000 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 012-399 7065 / 012-654 5178

Location Map

(Opposite Sri Petaling Hotel)





New Restaurant Ipoh Chicken Rice @ Sri Petaling

21 11 2009

While driving from OUG to Sri Petaling I stumbled across the famous Ipoh Chicken Rice where its main branch is located at Jalan Gasing, Petaling Jaya. Apparently, the Sri Petaling branch has been around for quite some time but I didn’t realise it until then. The restaurant is packed with customers during lunch time but the service is nevertheless quite fast. I ordered the Steam Kampung Chicken which is their trademark dish.

The chicken was nicely cook. Combine with the flavoursome soya sauce gravy, the meal was totally out of this world.

The rice meanwhile was prepared using chicken fat which gives a nice aromatic taste to it.

We also ordered the pork ball which didn’t disappoint us as well.

The meal costs us RM 25 which wasn’t cheap but I guess good taste do comes with a price.

New Restaurant Ipoh Chicken Rice
Address: No.1, Jalan 13/149L, Bandar Seri Petaling, KL, Malaysia.
Phone: 03-9057 6128








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