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Thursday, 3 May 2012

Poon Choy at Restaurant Mei Six Hin, Prima Sri Gombak

Mamarazzi have been thinking of eating Poon Choy for quite some time. The last time she ate was at Desa Aman Puri.

Hence for Mamarazzi's birthday, we went to have Poon Choy. Papa found this restaurant from http://eatlah.blogspot.com/2011/10/restaurant-mei-six-hin-prima-sri-gombak.html.


It was a spurn of the moment decision. Mamarazzi sms-ed the number there and she was surprised that the Lady Boss called her back immediately.

The Lady Boss was very friendly and gave good recommendations.

Hence after picking everyone up , we started journey to the place at 7pm. Very bad luck . Stuck in horrible traffic jam. KL-Seremban Highway jam. MRR2 also jam. Heard in the radio that it's due to some people making movie around Midvalley and everyone were slowing down to look. That and top up with rain...we arrived at the restaurant at 9pm.

Oh what a beautiful sight greeted us.


 Yummy ..BIG POT of Poon Choy! The Lady Boss kept it warm for us.


 
Sure  can finish or not ah? So much ....

Mamarazzi also ordered this Salt Baked Tilapia Fish. Takes 45 minutes to cook but luckily Mamarazzi pre-ordered this hence no waiting required.


Arrived aje, we can dig in liao.


Mamarazzi was raving about what was inside the fish tummy. It's stuffed full with chili, ginger, shallot, garlic and some dong guai. Mmmm.....taste great. Mamarazzi walloped a lot with rice.

The portion of the Poon Choy was also very big although we ordered the small size Poon Choy (RM168). 

Good food and friendly service. Mamarazzi liked. Saw many photographs of Hong Kong Artist visiting the restaurant. Among them was Eric Tsang. A friend can't help remarking that the Lady Boss and Eric Tsang looked quite alike.

Here is the address if you should wish to have a try of the Poon Choy there :

G-62, Jalan Prima SG 3/1,
Prima Sri Gombak,
68100 Selangor


Contact number :  012-359 3109/017-279 9927

34 comments:

  1. Really wonder what poon choy is.. Looks like some kind of steamboat.

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  2. Hey, the poon choy looks good.. yea, by the way, can finish all ah?

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  3. I would love to try the herbal fish..yummy

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  4. I always love poonchoy. Feel like having it again.

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  5. I always love poonchoy. Feel like having it again.

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  6. oh, looks like poon choy is getting more common and popular here..

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  7. but i don't like poon choy at all.. too many things mixed together already..

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  8. i prefer things to be served separately.. if all mixed into poon choy, they all taste the same because all soaked up in the gravy..

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  9. and after eating the poon choy, feel so jelak lah..

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  10. but the fish is interesting woh, got so many things stuffed in the stomach.. :)

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  11. Hi Kathy, Is THIS your birthday? IF so, Happy Birthday. Sounds like you had a great dinner... I have never heard of Poon Choy--but it must really be delicious...

    I love Tilapia.... Yum...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. Kathy...you lucky gal..got two celebrations ah...one at the Spanish restaurant and one here tucking in the poon choy :p It looks good :) Drooling liow !

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  13. P.S.
    Papakucing also looks like Eric Tsang X at least 3 or 4 times. Muahahahaha!!!!

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  14. Wuah! Didnt know phun choy is so expensive one wor. Never tried before. Nanti I wait for special occasion, then can go try. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Wah nice poon choy! I thought only available during CNY looks like it's getting more popular! :)

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  16. The Poon Choy looks good! I like the Tilapia fish!

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  17. went a few times but never try poon choy there, will try it since u had a really good comment on it, thanks :)

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  18. I'm more interested with the salted bake fish because never had that before. And with the ginger stuffed inside, sure sedapnyaaaa....

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  19. STP

    Not steam boat...they arranged nicely one the meat and vege in the pot. No soup

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  20. Claire

    had hard time finishing it

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  21. Wenn

    The fish was really something

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  22. Sheoh Yan

    ya...hard to find here

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  23. SK

    Hard to find Poon Choy here. If eaten too much will muak la but once in awhile can la

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  24. Betsy

    It was to celebrate birthday

    Thanks Betsy :)

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  25. Lenglui witch

    it seems normal day also have

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  26. Choi Yen

    what else is good there?

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  27. MnHl

    Ya lo..interesting leh, The stuffs in the tummy sedap. The meat was ok ok la

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