Thursday, September 23, 2010

Howah Tai Chow at Poh Chuan Restaurant, Damansara Jaya – Dinner Only

The row of shop houses behind KDU Damansara Jaya that Poh Chuan is located is rather quiet at night. Other than patrons dining at the famous claypot restaurant this same row, the commercial office workers crowd is missing during the night. Howah Tai Chow would operate at night at Poh Chuan Restaurant which sells Penang hawker food during the day. Although the restaurant is a little old, you can find good family meal here at a very reasonable price. The price of the dishes start from RM2.50 for a small paper wrapped chicken (Chi Pow Kai) and RM3 for a small dish of oyster sauce green vegetable. My family had Stir Fried Yau Mak (Romaine Lettuce), Curry Pork Ribs, Hakka Style Fried Pork Ribs, Fu Yong Eggs, 2 pieces of Wrapped Chicken (Chi Pow Kai) and Pig Stomach Soup. The total bill for 4 adults, 1 children and 1 toddler plus drinks came up to be RM47.50. Howah Tai Chow at Poh Chuan is a good place for a reasonably priced and cheap but good family meal.

The fried yau mak is fresh and crunchy. Nice!

I love the curry pork ribs. The gravy has nice aroma and I flooded my rice with it. The ribs are tender Although the inner part of the ribs was a little raw but the ribs was well marinated and tasted good. The meat is tender and I guess it would be hard if the over fried it. The idea of ordering Fu Yong eggs came about when we were a little undecided of what to order! Ha ha ha! My son loves the Paper Wrapped Chicken (Chi Pow Kai). He finished most of it! The peppery pig stomach soup has nice natural sweetness and taste good! The menu with reasonably priced dishes starting from RM2.50
The stall that sells Penang Assam Laksa, Penang Har Mee and wantan mee during lunch time.
Good old family restaurant
Restoran Poh Chuan (Howah Tai Chow) Address : 53, Jalan SS22/11, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya Selangor Operating hours, 5 pm to 11pm Map to Restoran Poh Chuan

23 comments:

smallkucing said...

ohh...near busy corner ah...wokay ...earmarked this shop as target already :D

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

yum yum yum!! eh never tried Paper wrapped chicken before! :D

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I wanna try the curry pork ribs, kakaka...

hellowaikitt.blogspot.com said...

wah! Really cheap woh!You order so many dishes but only cost you less than RM50-00 only.

suituapui said...

So cheap! Food looks good...except the curry. Looks very Cina - but as long as it tastes good, ok lah! LOL!!!

Christine said...

thanks for the food pics, that pork soup looks delicious.

Jen Cheung said...

woah!! so much choices to choose from eh?? yummmm.

have a wonderful day !!!
jen @ www.passion4food.ca

Alice Law said...

Wah... unbelievably cheap!! How stunning that you still can get RM3 for a vege dish, I used to pay RM6 perdish!=_=

Have a nice day Pete!

[SK] said...

wah, a lot of dishes.. but my favourite would be the spare ribs.. :p

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

No JJCM kat Klang ker??? Waiting to see ur review at one of the restaurants in Klang! :D

mNhL said...

Yummy....from the picture, the pork ribs looked like very tough but you mentioned they were tender.

Bananazஇ said...

Pete think been there have to pass by Petronas? Wow curry pork ribs? Should be ribby good..haha tQ

foongpc said...

I think pass by this restaurant before. The curry pork ribs look delicious!

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fufu said...

oh paper wrapped chicken and yau mak!!!! so wanna eat!! :p

Mei Teng said...

The peppery pig stomach soup is a fav of many pork lovers.

Xjion89 said...

wow, price ok~~~
worth-trying~^^

cleffairy said...

Ohhh... paper wrap chicken... my fav!

MaryMoh said...

Everything looks very delicious to me...yum

jen cheung said...

looks like a lot of variety lah!!
yummy and delicious food. :)

have a wonderful day.
jen @ www.passion4food.ca

Ann said...

Were you looking around for your Mid Audumn festival dinner?

Chris said...

The fu yong eggs look a little bit different from normal.

Angie's Recipes said...

They look all very delicious! I love that pig stomach soup!

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