Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Yat Mun Restaurant, Puchong – Good New Taste


This is actually a branch of the famous Hou Moon Restaurant in Jalan Hip Hing in Klang. My sister in law introduced me to this place and herein I discovered a few new dishes that I never tasted before. The parking lots were all full when we arrived and after dropping my family in front of the restaurant I have to round the place a few times to find a parking lot near it. Boy, the Majlis Bandaraya (Town Council) should look into the one way street road system in here which is really tough to drive around! Finally I found a place next to Giant Bandar Puteri and I have to walk a short distance to Yat Mun. Anyway, by the time I sat down for just 2 minutes, the first dish was already being served. This really a fast service, in view that most of the table were full with diners on a Saturday night.
The first dish that came was the Seng Kua Tofu (Luffa Acutangula, Petola). Funny, it is always the first dish that tastes the best. Maybe we were too hungry that time! LOL!
Next came the stir fried spinach. The taste is new to me and this is the first time I had spinach fried with dried cuttle fish. The thick gravy is very nice and savoury! Thumbs up!
Then the brinjals (egg plants) with long beans dish was served. The brinjals are fried to perfection and they are very tender in contrast to the crunchy long beans! I can taste the nice aroma of soya sauce and dried prawns! Another thumb up!
I really love the steamed prawns. The gravy is very special and this is the first time I ate prawn that are cooked this way. I was trying to figure out what they put into the gravy by tasting it many time. At last I found they put in century eggs as one of the ingredients! Thumb up again!
We also ordered steam red snapper with salted vegetable. The fish is full of meat and all of us were struggling to finish it because we were quite full by that time. Anyway, with 2 restless kids around, we don’t have the luxury of slowing enjoying our food. The fish is fresh and the gravy is full of nice natural sweetness!
As usual, we would order deep fried sotong (squid) for the kids. Nothing special but they are very crispy!
The total bill for 9 adults and 2 toddlers came up to be RM177.

Address :
Restoran Yat Mun 47 & 49 Jalan Puteri 1/6, Bandar Puteri , 47100, Puchong, 47100, Puchong, Selangor Tel : 014 3696233, Tel 03 80636117
Hou Moon Restaurant 34 & 36, Jalan Hip Hing, Off Jalan Goh Hock Huat 41400, Klang, Selangor Tel : 03 33430467
Restoran Yat Mun (BBK) Sdn Bhd 16 & 18 Ground Floor, Jalan Tiala 2D/KU1 Pusat Perniagaan BKK, 41150, Klang, Selangor HP 016 9005679

Map to Yat Mun Puchong

21 comments:

smallkucing said...

eh cheap wor...

Funny the way they arrange the prawns ...like beratur kakaka

Merryn said...

Pete, can share some brinjal recipe or not? I can never prepare a brinjal dish right.. but I really love brinjal and so does william n ethan.. thank you :D

Gulmohar said...

everything looks so yumm...sure you had a great time :-)

TZ said...

Cheap and look very nice... must ask my Klang frenz to bring me there :p

It's not a nice feeling to drool in the middle of the nite :p

chubskulit said...

Wow so affordable andf the food looks sumptuous!

Christine said...

the food looks delicious, lots of special touches

Angie's Recipes said...

The first two veggie dishes are my favourite!

Alice Law said...

Alamak... I kept refresh your page yet still unable to view the pictures... CHOP!! Come back tomorrow...T-T

cleffairy said...

LOL... first dish always taste the nicest... must be becoz you too hungry lah Pete, wud else? LMAO... I dun like petola... bitter leh. Tarak nice! :(

manglish said...

do you realize that almost all restaurants in kl have the same menu? hahahahah

reanaclaire said...

when i saw the first few dishes, i tot u were taking vegetarian.. hahhaa... i love sing kwa too, over here they do it with taufoo or glass noodles plus wan yee.
Price.. hmmm... less than 20rm per person, reasonable la.. only the prawns and fish are expensive dishes, right..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I saw my favourite prawns... hehe...

Mei Teng said...

I have a craving for those fried sotong..haha. And spinach is one of my fav veggies.

Pete said...

smallkucing : Ha ha, army prawns...LOL!

Merryn : Sure, check out this post http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/06/stir-fried-aubergine-with-dried-prawns.html

Gulmohar : Ha ha, the dinner was a fast one, they serve quickly, we ate quickly, LOL!

TZ : The food here is a little unique

chubskulit : Agree, quite reasonable price

Christine : Sure is special here

Angie : Mine too!

Alice : Opps sorry, maybe blogger server got problem...

Cleff : Petola, must choose young ones.....the tail can be bended....if break when you bend it....then sudah tua lah!

Manglish : Ya lar, all the same, sometimes eat until 'sien' already! ha ha ha!

Claire : Ya lor, the prawns and the fish probably cost half the total cost already!

Sharon : White prawns are nice!

Mei Teng : Fried sotong anytime for me,,,,,nice!

xin said...

i think the price is cheap! and the food looks good too!

Pete said...

xin : Agree, good price, fast service also!

Sook said...

Beautiful dishes, Pete! Mmmmm

mNhL said...

Yummy! All the foods look so delicious especially the 'teochew steam fish'. With 2 kids tagging along, cannot eat till finger licking good hor. I miss those luxury time eating peacefully!

suituapui said...

My daughter loves the deep fried sotong too. Dunno why? Not much taste - I would prefer prawns or even fish.

Alice Law said...

Hehe... I'll go for the crispy fried sotong this time, others doesn't look so tempting to me...:p

Have a nice day!

Ayie said...

i miss eating the first dish, mom cooks petola (patola) really good and now so expensive to buy here

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