Chinese Restaurants in Jalan Puteri 2 @ Puchong – 39 Restaurants
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 199 Reviews
Bone & Pot does have nicely done fried dishes and my favourite was the bean curd, perfectly fried to golden hues, so crispy on the outside yet soft and smooth on the inside. The soft boned chicken has textures like 'tendon' or 'gristle' which aren't exactly good to munch.
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsSuperb
Well, if you are a YTF fans, like us in Relish by Rae, there is an air-conditioned restaurant serving good YTF plus chee cheung fun (flat rice noodles in cantonese) in Bandar Puteri Puchong. The portion and soup base is very much similar to the Batu 14 YTF, but their chee cheung fun and the taste of other home cook food are something I would crave for. They have assorted raw vegetables and bean curd on a long table for your pick. And this is the chee cheung fun I have been talking about. The soft and thin flat rice noodles is topped with sesame abd specially made sauce that makes it so delicious. The best part of the specially made sauce is the shrimp paste that instantly fills your mouth with fragrant and bright taste of shrimp. Heaven! It could be better if they could serve the noodles slightly warmer, but I still like it even it's a little cold.
The 1st visit is quite good, the 2nd visit was slightly disappointed. I would avoid this place on weekends due to large crowds (which might affect the quality), but anyway in Puchong is crowded on weekend. The Hokkien Mee (RM 7) and Loh Mee in indeed not bad, probably the best in Puchong. Something wrong with their drink menu, the "leong char" always not available. Price: * Cantonese Fried Yee Mee: RM 7 * Apple Juice: RM 3