Bandar Klang Baru is as foreign to me as to everyone is with Bandar Manjalara.
Im typing this entry in my new restaurant Silverspoon as we speak, sipping my absolute favourite beer in the world- Weihenstephan. If anyone ask, yes i did INSIST the beer to be sold here. *grins*

As with most things, there is up and down side of opening a restaurant, good thing about this restaurant is i get to meet so many wonderful people who really appreciate food and wine, i had the luxury of drinking RM8000 worth of red wine 2 nights ago, and it was absolutely splendid! I was also taught by a swiss diner who is a friend of the Chef's on how to appreciate different countries of wine. A friend even gave us a book about wine that explains from how its suppose to be serve and taste.
The downside is, instead of my usual 5pm working hours, it somehow dragged into 11pm.

DA TUAN YUAN 团员冷气饭店 in BANDAR KLANG BARU developed by ACMAR Group is very far in distance (to us), but we did not hesitate to visit after a loooong week of italian food. Reservation during peak hours is a MUST! otherwise please brace for yourself for a long waiting because this place is almost always packed.  

Air conditioned room but has a large extended area outside as the business is really blooming.

Double Platter of BBQ Pork and Roasted Pork. The BBQ Pork flairs better with its sweet char siew sauce and tender meat, but i didnt much like the roasted pork as the skin is not crisp and tasted rather dry

"Sei dai tin wong" which im unable to translate to English =P Fills with luscious dried shrimp, long bean and brinjal, it's my absolute favourite and goes really well with a bowl of white rice.

Tiny squids deep fried and mixed with honey was OK. The one in Greenview Restaurant, PJ tasted better. I never much appreciate this dish before anyway.

This baby here is what we really drive 40 minutes for. The steamed assam fish was done with expertise. What we love is the sauce- not too spicy and strong. You can take a pick of the parts of fish you want instead of taking the whole fish as it can get pretty filling especially with a small crowd. So we ordered the front part of the fish.   

Steamed Pomfret with Special Sauce was worth ordering too. The Pomfret came out with a large portion mixed with ginger, coriander, chilli, and garlic. It tasted like Melbourne. (funnily) Me and Crazieapple used to cook a lot at home in a tiney weeny kitchen, and the only fish we steam at home would be pomfret. Yums

All these and mantis prawn fried with salted egg yolk (not in pic), and stir fry vege (not in the pic) only cost us RM200!
It's definitely value for money that keeps diners coming back for more.

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Da Tuan Yuan
No. 22G, Jalan Tiara 2D/ KU1,
Pusat Perniagaan BBK,
41150 Klang Selangor

Tel: 03-3342 9309

2 comments:

thenomadGourmand said...

sei tai ting wong is 4 heavenly kings ;)
No i dun knw cantonese..but order tis so often tht it's stuck in my head!

AugustDiners said...

TNG: oh ya~ trust us chinese to have translation in everything!

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