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Ma Poh Seafood Restaurant

>> Friday, July 25, 2008

I've passed by this restaurant a couple of times, but it just didn't occur to me to drop by & try it out. Most of the time, I will end up eating at Ming Chu or Tar Chong, coffeeshops that offer a variety of food in the Taman Equine area.

Ma Poh Seafood Restaurant offers quite a good variety of Chinese-style dishes. The prices are quite reasonable, starting from RM5.50 for a plate of rice + 1 dish. The service there is quite good as well, & the taste is certainly not too bad. I was here for the first time with a group of colleagues, & my 'twin' was the one who introduced us to this place :) Apart from the dishes+rice that we ordered individually, this place offers ala-carte dishes and rice separately, & they have fried noodles too :)

I'll let the photos do some 'talking'...


"Kung Poh Kai Teng Fan" (Stir-fried boneless chicken with dried chilli + rice): RM5.50
The overall taste of this rice dish is not too bad. I'm quite satisfied that there was enough gravy from the chicken dish to accompany the rice, & I'm satisfied with the amount of chicken pieces as well :) At least they don't give SO much dried chilli+onions & only 5 pieces of chicken, as I've experienced before!
"Kung Poh Kai Fan + Ho Pao Tan" (Stir-fried chicken [with bone] with dried chilli + fried bull's eye egg + rice)
It's pretty much the same as the above, but the chicken comes with its bones. The one thing good about this is that the chicken parts are certainly nicer than breast meat (boneless)!

"Fu Yong Tan Fan" (Fried Ommelete [has chilli, greens, onions, prawns & Chinese sausages] + Rice)The fried ommelete was indeed satisfying. It was fried to perfection, despite its humble appearance. TL was satisfied with this dish :)

Marmite "Pai Kuat"(pork ribs) + fried bull's eye egg
The pork ribs was alright, as what CF said. It's not too boney, & I reckon the meat was properly marinated to bring out the flavour of the dish
Map to Ma Poh Seafood Restaurant
Jusco Taman Equine will be on your right if you come either from Puchong or Seri Kembangan. At the round-about, take a 3 o'clock. Turn left at the first junction & go all the way straight. At the t-junction at the end of the road, take a left turn. The restaurant is on your right.


Ma Poh Seafood Restaurant
No 13-G, Jalan Equine 9
Taman Equine Bandar Putra Permai
43300 Seri Kembangan
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: 016-656 1277/017-633 6932 (Frankie Wong)


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- Ruth

2 comments:

Pete July 28, 2008 at 2:50 PM  

Aiya, already hungry again after lunch. Kung Poh chicken is my favourite. Do they have Kung Poh mantis prawn?

PerutBesi July 28, 2008 at 3:21 PM  

Heya Pete! I think they have Kung Poh mantis prawn...you can try dropping by that place or just call to ask! Hahaha... I've included the phone number there ;)

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