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We been making weekly rounds to Foo Chuan Seafood Restaurant ever since we found this excellent food-fast service eatery. With my must-eat-when-hungry-or-else-gastric condition, this place has been a blessing to me. Even when the place is fully packed, food will be served in 10-15 minutes. I’m really amazed.
Are you salivating?
With plenty of varieties it will take us sometime to sample all of them. Here are a few dishes from my 2 visit.
Baby kailan with garlic @ RM10. Lovely.
Tau fu kang (tau fu soup) @ RM14. Consist of crab meat, mushroom, fish stomach.
Very good but not the best I’ve eaten.
Asam prawn (tamarind prawn) @ RM20. Fresh prawns and awesome asam curry.
Sweet & sour red snapper (Hung Jo) @ RM36. Not really into the sauce but fish is fresh.
I found many versions of sweet & sour but none can tingle my taste bud yet.
Seong tong yuen choy @ RM10. Spinach soup with tau fu knots & kei chi (wolfberry).
Steamed siakap fish in sweet soy sauce @ RM45. It’s good 🙂
Yam basket (wu put) @ RM15. Pleasant but too small for 6 person. LOL
Salad homemade tofu @ RM12. It’s seafood tofu.
Beggar chicken @ RM16. Ohh it’s so soft and tender.
Young and old enjoying dinner.
The food that the cooks dishes out are immaculate & tasty. The food taste are not over-powering. They’re just perfect! I guess that explained why the packed restaurant. No?
I plan to order crabs next time. I’m sure it will be really fresh seeing that they ‘semi-rear’ the crabs in an aquarium. Then there’s also the matter of ‘tai chow’.
And I’m going to venture to New Boston Restaurant to compared these two.
Foo Chuan Seafood Restaurant
2580A, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,
Mobile no: 012-2309996, 012-6661919
Business hours: 3.30pm-12.30am daily
Close on Monday.
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