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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!First up in no particular order we have Youmiqi Restaurant located in Jalan Klang Lama (second branch in Jln Yap Kwan Seng). Direct translation of its name to english actually means ‘Have Rice Scent ‘ (broken down into You= Have, Mi = Rice Grain, Qi = scent). Unlike many other chinese restaurants out there, Youmiqi serves dishes which are originated from Shun De, China, of which most (we guarantee) are rare and unheard of ! Not only the dishes are special , most of the dishes taste pretty good too. Must try items include their signature seafood stew and Golden Nestum bun (*salivates*)
*The menu has been updated to 2019 Chinese New Year Set menu, with more than 9 different sets to accommodate different amount of people with different dish preferences!More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Representing Klang community is Restaurant Peng Heong Hakka Paikut .There are plenty of good chinese restaurants within Klang area but the reason why Peng Heong stood out as our pick this round is their affordable price tag. A typical dish at Peng Heong costs between RM5-8 per plate (yes, no joke) , based on country’s current inflation rate we’re still wondering how the owner of Peng Heong makes profit from it. Then again, we ain’t complaining ! Not only it’s dirt cheap, Peng Heong’s food is packed with great flavours and reasonable portion too. Definitely a steal for those of you who doesn’t wish to burn a hole in your wallet this CNY. (Giving out red packets sure ain’t easy *pats shoulder*)More info
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Not many know that this restaurant was once operating in Tanjung Malim as early as 1975, which was 3 decades ago! The owner of Tanjung Malim’s has since seeked retirement and now the Damansara Perdana’s currently managed by five of his sons , with the elder son being the current chief chef. Having featured in magazines and obtaining the Championship of Culinary in Taipei , this place is sure to entice our taste buds this coming CNY- not to mention their very affordable CNY set menu!
*The menu has been updated to their 2019 Chinese New Year Set menu, with 5 different sets.More info
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