Thursday, August 12, 2010

Goldview Hakka Food Restaurant, Paramount

My sister brought my family to this Hakka restaurant which serve home cook style dishes like yam buttons. There is nothing fancy about this family restaurant with simple setting but the thing I like was halfway through our meal, the lady boss (Si Tau Poh) went around every table to ask whether the dishes served are ok or not. Goldview Hakka Food Restaurant is located opposite the post office and Giant in Paramount, PJ. It is not hard to find this place and there are lots of good eateries here as well. We ordered Pork Stomach Soup, Wine Chicken (Hua Tiao), Hakka Yam Abacus, Long Beans fried with Roast Pork and stir fried Romaine Lettuce (Yau Mak). The total bill for 7 adults and 1 toddler came up to be RM64. This is the first time I ate Hakka Yam Abacus. The yam abacus with are cooked with rice flour are fried with mushroom, dried prawns (hae bee) and black fungus. If you have not eaten this dish before, very likely it will take you some time to acquire the taste. The yam abacus is springy and taste good! Since the yam abacus is shaped like real abacus beads, you can use them to calculate your dinner bill...ha ha ha!

The dark soya sauce Wine Chicken was rather flavourful and my elder kids like it very much. It was garnished with Chinese parsley and served in a clay pot.

The Pork Stomach soup was a little bland in taste but there were lots of ingredients inside. Probably they didn’t add a lot of MSG or salt in it. This is the first time I ate pork stomach soup with oyster mushroom and straw mushroom. It is nice to drink the piping hot soup.

There is nothing to shout about the long beans fried with roast pork. We ordered this dish because my kids love long beans. Same goes for the stir fried Yau Mak (Romaine Lettuce).
Restoran Goldview Hakka Food, Paramount PJ Address : 26, Jalan 20/16A, Taman Paramount , Petaling Jaya Selangor 46300 Malaysia Opening Hours 11.30am to 2.30pm, 5.30pm to 9.30pm, Closed on Tuesday Map to Restoran Goldview Hakka Food with STP favourite landmark in PJ, the famous Lisa De Inn. LOL!

28 comments:

wenn said...

wow, they definitely look yummy!

smallkucing said...

LOL....with STP's favourite landmark, then it's easy to find :P

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like Hakka Yam Abacus...

mNhL said...

I'm not a fan of yam stuffs.

xin said...

im a hakka but i dont like the yam abacus :S i have eaten 2x in the restaurant years ago and forgot about the place already

reanaclaire said...

the yam buttons.. i tried it here in ipoh.. none tasted nice.. maybe they dont know how to do it well..

Little Kit Boy said...

hm..I love yam abacus but hv never use it to calculate the bill...hahhahaha.

MaryMoh said...

I like the yam abacus. I love the springy taste. I must try to cook here.

[SK] said...

wow, very nice food leh, but a bit oily woh.. anyway, eat already only worry lah.. :D

thenomadGourmand said...

Eh..whr's the pc of the soup?

Pete said...

thenomadGormand : Thks for letting me know....rushed this post out and put the wrong pics....LOL!

Top Twenty Lists said...

MMMMMMMM mmmm...would love to try these.

fufu said...

hua tiao chicken :p my mum always cook it with ginger :) yummy yummy... but i cant get hua tiao here in brazil ><

Xjion89 said...

HAKKA food, thumbs up!!!!~~~

manglish said...

ohh i went there b4, quite nice the abacus thingy and a few shops down the same row got sell hou si chok which i love

cleffairy said...

LOL.. STP's fav landmark? Kakakakak...

Mei Teng said...

Have never tried the yam abacus dish.

wenn said...

Btw, I hv a new blog entitled Scrumptious. Hope to see u there.

Alice Law said...

I always want to try Hakka Yam abacus, it really looks tasty and chewy! Thanks for sharing and always like to try out your recommensation since they are really good!^-^

Have a nice day Pete!

Mummy Moon said...

The dark soya sauce Wine Chicken is so good in looking ehehe!

petite nyonya said...

I am seriously hungry now! I like the yam abacus. had it at my Hakka friend's hse. Yummy!

Jen Cheung said...

I have tried a lot of hakka food when I was on my vacation in china. Not a fan of it because it didnt taste like the normal ordinary chinese food i eat usually. I guess I just didn't get use to it :)

Have a lovely day!!
Jen @ www.passion4food.ca

Chris said...

Feels like hakka foods r a bit different..

Cooking Gallery said...

Yum!! All the foods look so yummy :)!

suituapui said...

My landmark? Where? Where? Muahahahahaha!!! The food looks good. Never had Hakka food before, sure looks a bit different. Would love to try one day.

Anncoo said...

WOW! All the good food really looks tempting. Thank you for sharing, I'll know where to go when I come to visit Selangor.
Please visit my new site when you're free.

tuti said...

eat already can become accountant!

Ayie said...

the dishes are not too appealing for my taste

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