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Thursday, 18 July 2013

Sheong Tong La La at Restaurat Yin Her, Sg Buloh New Village



 It has been quite some time since we went to Restaurant Yin Her. Last month Papa had a craving of "sheong Tong LaLa". Basically it's Lala with soup.

Lazy to drive far. Called up Restaurant Yin Her and they confirmed that they have Lala  that day.

Soup was good but the lala was okay-okay. Would have been much nicer if they have the harder shell type of Lala.

Mamarazzi and Papa ate rice. Ordered Belacan Kangkung. Mmmm....this one was good.

 
For me, I wanted to have "bihun". Papa said let's have Crab Fried Bihun then. Yikes! That is sure a lot of taugeh (Bean sprout) in it.



Mamarazzi said have to finish up all the bihun as this dish would cost around RM60  seeing that there are so much crabs in it

 Huh....have to eat all the bihun ah? Cham lor....

 Complimentary dessert. Something different. Usually people boiled Barley with Fu Chuk but this one they boiled with sweet potatoes.

Yikes....Looks like guessed correctly...the Crab Fried Bihun was RM60.

Wanna try out the food here? Environment quite comfy and cozy.

Here is the address

AL 114 Jalan Welfare, Hampung Baru Sg Buloh . In case of takut sesat.....look out for their signboard on left hand side of the road after you turn into Jalan Wellfare

64 comments:

  1. Way to go and my way for all the dishes, that all of it which are my fav.

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  2. They owe you for this good review, young one :-) .

    Suggestion tell your foreign friends the English word for the foods if can.

    Of course, we really come here to see handsome young man growing well


    Aloha

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    1. Sometimes its difficult to translate the names. They got fancy name.

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  3. Those days my mum used to boil barley with sweet potatoes. Delicious.

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    1. Next time mustvtry and boil like this. Everytime mamarazzi just boil plain barley

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  4. Hehehe, just look at Small Kucing's face after Mamarazzi asked him to finish eating all the bihun. So did he finish it all?

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  5. Hey Botak, is the fried beehuun nice? or the one in Puchong wins?

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  6. Oooo...lala! Sure so sweet that soup one. Hmmm...order crab, of course lah expensive...even though cannot see. LOL!!!

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    1. Third photo of the crab bihun too smsll cannot see crab ah. Wokay next time bringvyou there makan.sure can see close up :)

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  7. Pity I cannot go.

    Love Lala.

    Love crabs too. ;-)

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  8. Haiz.... Why we so far away, if not, we can be makan kakis... lol...

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    1. SIngapore also have loads of lovely food leh

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  9. Sheong tong la la, wah listen to the name also start drooling liao, hehe~

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    1. I love la la, I prefer the kam heong style.
      But some la la is deceiving, looks big but inside no meat one, haha xD

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    2. Ya wor...sometimes no lala inside

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  10. I love la la. Gwen also started to like mussels and clams after she tasted my seafood risotto when we were at Italianies.

    The la la soup looks appetizing..Yums

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    1. good....Lucky she doesnt have allergy

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  11. The crabs must be off-season for them to be charging that price? The one dish I like with crabs in it is crab porridge. But then again, one can do wonders with crabs, right?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. duno wor....but it was quite a big plate la...got like 2-3 crabs

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  12. Oh boy, your facial expression so cute. Anay like!

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  13. Wah! The crab bihun is not cheap but tasty looking!

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  14. Anay and kaldip can be good lala friends!!!

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  15. You look like you are wondering if you can eat that whole big dish of food all by yourself! Did you, and was it good?

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    1. Nah..cant finish...papa n mama helped

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  16. LaLa...is my favorite dish, hehe!!! =]

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  17. The crab meehoon...lau hau sui. But see the price, i think i go to the Ah Chii selling crabs nearby the roadside and cook it.hahah

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    1. ooohhh already bought from Ah Chii the other day

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  18. Reasonable price! Might go Yin Her this weekend... Hahaha

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  19. Mihun and the crabby price. Noticed Rice (big) is RM2 and Rice (small) RM0.80 thought it should be half of the price at RM1? Love the [Huh....have to eat all the bihun ah? Cham lor...] facial expression.

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    1. RM2 coz 2 big rice mah...then finished jor not nough so tambah one small rice lor

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  20. Oh, that plate of crab meehun quite pricy hor? remind me long time did not go to Kampung Subang at old airport for Shun Tong LaLa.

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    1. hahaha come come...many good eating place here

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  21. as for the first dish just the fact that it is
    a shell fish dish, i would surely
    wont like it

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  22. Wow! Crab mihun for RM60! I never had one before, so wouldnt mind trying. I miss lala. Everytime I went to KL, I would sure order stir fry spicy lala. hehehe!

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    1. Try the soup version . Its nicer. Can taste the sweetness of the lala

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  23. i kinda like bean sprouts,
    tho it somehow depends on the dish
    it was included but as for that it seem very yummy

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    1. Yea if the bean sprout too soft also not nice

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  24. potatoes for dessert? well never though
    that it would work on that part

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  25. have a great day and happy bloggin small kucing
    take the best of care and god bless you always

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  26. sheung tong lala is my favorite way to go with lala, because i love the soup and i think this is the best way to bring out the best freshness of the lala.. other ways like kam heong, sweet and sour etc may cover the freshness of the lala..

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    1. Ya lo....sheong tong does brings out the sweetness in the lala

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  27. wah, mamarazzi really expert gastronome already lah.. must give her a nickname Food Mayor of Klang Valley already, haha!! she accurately priced that plate of fried beehoon with crabs leh, hebat lah!!

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    1. hahahah .....coz price here more or less the same la

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  28. so how's the fried beehoon with crabs?? look at small kucing's expression.. RM60 for that plate, not nice also must say nice right?? hahaha.. actually with so many crabs in there, and so many taugeh in there, i think it tasted nice lah..

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    1. actually a lot of crabs also la...the mihun was on tip. Bottom a lot of crabs

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  29. barley with sweet potatoes?? hmmm, at first i thought it's barley with pumpkin.. what a special combination, i think taste nice also right?? ah, how nice to have it chilled under the hot weather lately huh??

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    1. first time having this but found rather nice coz sweet lo

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  30. Saw the signboard last week when I was going to Jeff Lee Kitchen, is this place with a fishing pond 1?

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  31. Lala again? Gosh, I miss eating these clams, Chinese style...... altho I always eat Vongole!

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