F & B in Kota Damansara is mushrooming very fast and, we get a chance to taste one of the new shop open in the area Restaurant Village Fish Head Noodle. They have ample of parking space available around the shop, but if you mean during lunch time, this area would be pack.
From a traditional taste of fish head noodle which is clear in colour that used to eat in Penang but since after came down to KL I enjoy eating the KL version with added milk, salted veggie and rice wine.
The shop that just open not long already enjoying regular customer as what we have been told by the owner.
Food that available in the menu, is quite reasonable that you can get a meal for 2 person around RM25 including drinks.
Restaurant in Bandar Puteri is mushrooming like crazy, with invites from uLi that I get a chance to come and dine one of the shop in the area which is a Hakka Restaurant located in the heart of the town. The restaurant was very easily located when u see a big building easy pharmax then it’s nearby.
All their specialities are on the wall. If you do not like to look at the menu, then you can just pin point anything on the wall.
The history of it
One of the thing that impress me in this restaurant is this small little shop, that was just began operation about 5 months ago already got so much to bag for, by coming out in the newspaper, and also already got featured in Ho Chiak!
While the night is still young, we kick start with one of the very traditional dish ‘Hakka Abacus Seeds (???)’ @ RM12(S) RM24(B)
‘Hakka Salted Chicken (????)’ @ RM13(S) RM25(B), something that look simple but yet very flavourful. I like the soup base of it, which is a bit gingery, salty yet its feels like clear in taste.
‘Spring Roll (??)’ @ RM12(S) RM24(B) that dip in chili sauce, thumbs up.