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Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Restoran Penang Nyonya Food(formerly known as Restaurant Kim Heong), Sri Petaling

 It was a Saturday. Had to go to Sri Petaling area to do some banking matters last month. Yay...the Jie Jie in the bank gave me a gift and some yummy jelly treats.


 Was shocked to see the Restaurant Kim Heong no longer there.  Now changed to Restaurant Penang Nyonya Food.

We decided to drop by as we were curious.

 
 The new Menu...

 Look see look see...eh the dishes are similar to those of Restaurant Kim Heong. In fact the staffs there are the same staffs.

Maybe they just change name for some purposely only kot? Later we discovered even the receipt was still under the name of Restaurant Kim Heong.


 As Mamarazzi didn't feel like eating rice , we ordered a plate of Wat Tan Hor. (RM28).

 I like. Papa also like. 

 Full of big pieces of seafood. Fish....prawns....sotong.....

Also had their Fried Tang Hoon. Mamarazzi did not like it coz it was a bit too oily for her. I had a taste too. I like the Wat Tan Hor more.

So glad the shop is still here. Only changed name.

46 comments:

  1. Passed this restaurant many times but never ate there. Baskin Robbins will be opening in Sri Petaling opposite Public Bank. Next time Small Kucing goes there to do banking, Mamarazzi can buy him some BR ice cream. :)

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    1. Basking robbins open jor lu.....went and makan there already last month....wednesday pink color....cheap cheap

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  2. the chinese name still states something like "Ho Cheng Heong".. but they don't have a proper english name for the restaurant i see?? maybe that "Penang Nyonya Food" is the name and not what they are selling, haha~~

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    1. was confused lor....that restaurant changed name many times jor...duno owner changed or not.

      Now change name again ....

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  3. the "wat dan hor" looks good but RM28 for that?? that portion is to serve how many people?? and yeah, the fried "tang hoon" looks too wet for my liking too..

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    1. Wet is nice la! If too dry is like eating wire!!

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    2. medium wor...should be for 2-3 people lor...they put a lor of seafood in it la....big bog prawns and stuffs like that


      Tang hoon drier nicer.

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  4. But the food tak macam nyonya one leh?

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    1. tu la tak macam nyonya...weird...but see menu they added otak otak .....

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  5. Ya lah, where is the Nonya food?

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  6. I think they changed ownership so name need to be changed. I thought the new name will see a menu of Peranakan Food which is my favourite!

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    1. new name but receipt still old name...dishes offer still old menu.....wondering what is happening there

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  7. Sri Petaling is such a crazy place now with so many shops!!! They also built a big police station there due to its high crime rates!!! Everyday there is robbery or snatch theft! Many cars were stolen from the condos even with 3 tier security! Terror place!

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    1. ya ...that area even daylight got ppl at home the fella also ride motorbike come into the house and steal things

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  8. The Wat Tan Hor makes me drooling, hehe...

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  9. Nice food and looks like the change was worth in the type of food they provide.

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    1. funny thing is the food are same dishes....just nname change

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  10. I like Wat Tan Hor too! Yummy

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  11. I was expecting to see some nyonya kueh.

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  12. Long time no eat Wat Tan Hor already, now I feel like having a plate, hehehe...

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    1. ya wor.......nice nice hor...just slurpppp

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  13. Wat tan hor??? I just had it last Sunday, Hehehe!!! =]

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  14. perhaps they just changed the name,
    legality matters maybe? haha
    or maybe due to new management?

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  15. that prawns dish seems creamy yummy to me!
    i think it tasted perfect

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  16. Fried Tang Hoon sure looks oily but yet
    it seems tasty still!

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  17. have a great and god blessed da smallkucing
    take care always and happy blogging

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  18. Eh, I thought you guys had enough Penang food during the previous BBWS Penang trip? Hmm....

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    1. Wat tan hor is penang nyonya food, ka?

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    2. not enough Penang food leh....

      Weird lor.....coz the dishes here not really like Penang

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  19. wow..expensive for a plate of wat tan hor.. but then, if nice, then pay also no heart break.. :)

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  20. eh nyonya in penang? or malacca?

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    1. Penang also straits settlement mah..

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  21. I think the wat tan hor is kinda expensive. Did they serve any nyonya foods? Why two dishes ordered were actually Chinese cuisines?

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    1. not really that expensive seeing the generous amount of seafood they put in

      as for the nyonya cuisine.....that one still yet to find out...saw got otak otak in the menu

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  22. I drove pass this, and found they change name too... I thought they are serving some nyonya food... so apparently No?

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