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Sunday 30 June 2013

Choy Kee Tai Char

Choy Kee Tai Char 
Restaurant Choy Kee
No. 63 Jalan SS 22/11 Damansara Jaya
47400 Petaling Jaya
(Coordinates: 3° 7' 47.00", 101° 37' 16.50")

Like we mentioned earlier, this weekend has be pretty hectic as Brendan was involved in the 4th KIDS BP (British Parliamentary tournament) 2013 organized by KDU University College. Right after it was over, we headed over to a row of shophouses right behind KDU and stumbled upon this restaurant (only one of two eateries opened in the area on this quiet Sunday evening).

yes, it's a little run down

right at the corner

What struck us when we first entered the restaurant was the Mamak stall occupying the entrance, fancy that! And next to it was a Malay stall selling satay to boot. Now this is one culturally diverse restaurant. The only Chinese stall doing business was the Choy Kee Tai Char (or Choy Kee Fried Dishes, did we get it right?) stall, and since Brendan had an ulcer from all that debating we opted for dishes of the non-spicy variety.

'big' fried dishes?

caution... these cooks are lightning fast!

We ordered a round of Sweet and Sour Pork, Kam Heong (Stir Fried Golden Fragrance) Chicken and a bowl of Slow-Fire Ham Choi (Chinese Salted Vegetables with Tofu) soup. Perhaps it was due to the fact that the restaurant was only half full but our dishes were prepared and served pretty quickly and in no time we were already having our dinner.

We enjoyed all the dishes in general and immensely enjoyed the Kam Heong Chicken, and I especially enjoyed the Ham Choi Soup as well. The Sweet and Sour Pork was pretty okay too, but since we couldn't get enough of the Kam Heong Chicken it was a little neglected.

ham choi soup, my personal favourite

the evergreen favorite sweet and sour pork

the crowd favourite kam heong chicken

dinner is served... chop, chop!

helping herself to some soup

one tired debater

The damage? RM37 excluding drinks, and while it’s borderline ‘everyday food for the everyday person’ we’ll definitely be coming back if only for the Kam Heong Chicken and the extraordinarily fast service!

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