Saturday, May 17, 2008

Fong Lye Tea House

Today, my class ended an hour earlier than intended (we had shorter breaks!), so I took the KTM down to Midvalley Megamall to meet up with my parents for dinner. I suggested eating at Fong Lye Tea House, because whenever I pass by that "tea house" I always see a long queue outside. We didn't have to wait for a table as we were early.

The decor's really nice, I wish I was, er...brave enough to go around snapping their decors. Unfortunately, I'm a coward, the most I could do was take not-so-sneaky pictures of our dishes with Fei!

This is the only "decor" pic I took. Peony flower seems to be their main theme. Well, I THINK it was supposed to be peony.

Pretty teapot set, crysanthemum tea for two.

My apple milk juice.

Until now, I'm still not sure what this is supposed to be. I thought it was meatball something, but... Anyway, it's like a starchy pie with mushroom and meat filling.

Seafood and meat dish. This dish was really value for money at RM26++. There were two big prawns, a few shellfish (lala), fake crabmeat, REAL crabmeat (they gave us the claws) and assorted steamboat stuff. On the hotplate, it was mostly chicken meat, or was it pork? And taufu.

Mee suah (didn't take pic of it) and pork meat. Frankly, I didn't really like this dish very much.

Seafood noodles. Really like this dish. Our bill came up to about RM95.00.

Hmmm...looks like we didn't order much, but I was really full after dinner! As we left, the queue outside Fong Lye Tea House got longer and longer...

Alright, all about Fong Lye Tea House:

Lot T-208, Level 3, The Gardens, Midvalley
(just opposite Borders and Zanmai Sushi)
Tel: 03-2282 8699

Labels:

2 Comments:

At 7:47 PM, Blogger Darke Shard said...

Steffi, why so shy when taking photos? Hai hai, save the "taking not-so-sneaky pictures" for when you're out voyeur-ing bishounen. :D

Next time, you should just barge into the restaurant and take out a huge Digital SLR camera and start snapping photos. Ask the waiters to stop serving so they can pose.

And when they ask you who the hell you are, give them a annoyed look, raise an eyebrow, and arrogantly explain: "I'm a blogger."

 
At 4:22 PM, Blogger Steffi the Numbnut said...

That IS the problem here. Eateries are getting more cautious towards bloggers, LOL!

 

Post a Comment

<< Home