Char Siew Zhai @ Aman Suria Damansara

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    Char Siew Zai is one place that we discovered by chance and has been going back ever since. The reasons being?
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    1. High tossing wantan mee
    The noodles are boiled and go through a cold bath to ensure the ‘springyness”. The breath taking moment come when the cook throw it up high and catch it with a sieve. This is repeated for a few times to ensure that the excessive moisture is well drained. The noodles were really good – springy, flavorful and firm!


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    2. Decent toppings such as char siew, siew yoke, wantans, sui gaos, curry chicken, braised chicken feet, etc.
    I wouldn’t say that the caramelised char siewa were of excellent quality because of such high benchmark set by FSF and SFS nearby. But everything was tasty enough to keep us coming back.
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    3. Reasonable pricing.
    With price ranging from RM4 to RM7 in an air conditioned restaurant, I’m not complaining. In fact, it is much cheaper than most hawker stall wantan mee around Klang Valley.
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    The above-mentioned reasons were valid enough huh?

    Restaurant Char Siew Zhai Wantan Mee
    No. 37-1, Jalan PJU 1/3F,
    47301 Petaling Jaya.

    No. 5, Jalan 20/13, Paramount Garden
    46300 Petaling Jaya.

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