Few months back, we stumble upon Wang Chiew Seafood Restaurant by chance and have never looked back since. Cheap, decent dai chow in a air-conditioned place is hard to come by nowadays.
The Indonesian Seafood Curry Tofu (RM 8 ) came in a beautiful hue of yellow was laden with chunks of seafood and long bricks of tofu. The creamy curry sauce was definitely flavorful and gives the tofu a spicy satisfying kick. To savor every bite of the concoction, drizzle the curry sauce over your bowl of fluffy white rice. Mmmmmm..
Here comes the porky goodness – Claypot Pork Ribs (RM 10). The ribs were coated with a glistening, sweet-tart, tangy sauce that is very appetizing as well. The pork ribs looked chunky and dry, which concerned me at first, but I was oh so pleasantly surprised at it’s wonderful flavor and tenderness.
The stir-fry kang kong (RM 6) was decent enough to provide interesting diversions from all thing meaty but some how it lacks the wow factor.
Total damage? RM 28 for two but the food can easily feed four because we ended up take away the leftovers. We think that Wang Chiew provides great food at a very reasonable price. This Indonesian Seafood Curry dish and Assam Steamed Fish (on a separate occasion) was excellent and worth going back for anytime.
Wang Chiew Seafood Restaurant
30, Jalan ss2/103
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Business Hour: 11.30am-10.30pm
If you are coming from Damansara, turn left after the balai bomba ss2, go straight until you see Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan SEA. Wang Chiew (3 shoplots at the middle) is somewhere behind the school.