Monday, November 13, 2006

Restoran Makanan Laut Soon Fatt (Soon Fatt Seafood Restaurant)

This is one of Phitoy's favourite dinner venue for Chinese 'Tai-chow' (literally means big cook?). This place is definitely no stranger to those staying around Sri Petaling and Sri Endah housing garden. How good is it? Below is the familiar scene at dinner time e-v-e-r-y-d-a-y except Tues when it's closed. (Please note that the restaurant only occupies the ground floor. A Korean BBQ restaurant runs the floor above.) :-
A few friends have been asking for map/address but being one who has problems differentiating right from left when directing, thought why not do a post instead. Dear impatient hungry friends, do skip the pictures and scroll below for the address/telephone number and location map! For the others, let me show a few favourite dishes served there.

These pictures were taken quite sometime ago as the date on the bill will show. Anyhow, to this day, these few dishes have never disappointed us nor new patrons. Almost every table will have an order of at least one of these:-

Pineapple pork ribs (sweet and savoury)'Par-chiu' Tilapia (hot and sour) 'Seong-thong' (err.. high soup?) spinach (flavourful with anchovies and garlic based soup)
Nevertheless, the chefs here always do come up with new dishes. The waitresses there are very helpful in recommending the specials for the day. As the crowd is quite 'scary', glad to note that the service is usually fast and furious in finding a clean table and taking orders.

To get there just call for directions or better still, just see this location map. This restaurant is diagonally opposite the Sri Petaling Hotel, so once you find the Hotel, just look across. Hard to miss with the bright lights and heavy crowd, even on rainy nights!
Price? See the bill? Oh, just notice that there's no breakdown of price for each dish but in total, reasonable price, right?

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would love to go and try but not familiar with the area :o(

Jackson said...

wow...u so clever, know how to use the Hotel map.....hehe.. Thx for sharing bout the good site!

Tummythoz said...

wmw, even with map? Haha, we r in d same league-lar. Only difference is when I'm in PJ. Every roundabout, housing garden and underpass look d same to me!
=_="

Anonymous said...

wa the crowd looks frightening man( like DAP gathering ). Must be A1 food ! the price also looks delicious.

Tummythoz said...

jackson, shortcut-lor.

tonixe, during CNY period it's like piranhas feeding frenzy!

PabloPabla said...

Pricing looks good! Must try!

Bernard said...

I still prefer Yi Lek, beside Affin Bank. Easier parking and can go shoppin at the Store after dinner :D

Tummythoz said...

pablopabla, let me know what your opinion then.

bernard, Usually don't bother to notice the shop names except when posting. Is that on the same row facing a field? That's good too with super fast service.

Honey Star said...

heehe I find the crowd kinda scary looking also. But the food looks good (esp the pork ribs) and very reasonable price! :)

Paris Beaverbanks said...

Wah assume must go early eh? The ribs look amazing and I think "seong thong" is superior soup? This coming from a banana so believe at your own peril :p

Kris said...

when bf came to visit 2 years ago we wanted to try but the crowd scared us away. Ai yah, regret didnt wait lah, the ribs look delish!

tekko said...

their service is quite fast even crowded at night.

Tummythoz said...

honey star & kris, luckily the parking spaces are not too bad though.

paris, superior soup it is! The name just didn't want to come to me until much later. Now, lz to chg. :P

tekko, sounds like a regular!

PabloPabla said...

supposed to go there last Sunday but change of plans. Makaned at home instead :P ....which was also good because it was pouring!

Tummythoz said...

pablopabla, bet it is packed even during this raining season.

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