Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Restoran 88, Continental Park, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur

Restoran 88 is usually rather crowded on weekends. Located on top of a hill, it offers a good view of KL city on a clear night. It seems to be a popular haunt for the locals here. We've been here a couple of times, so we know that the food is good, though it can get a tad pricey.

We've had too much meat that week, so we ordered fish fillets in herbal gravy. This dish came heated on top of a mini stove. This was a pretty tasty dish, with the fish priced at RM60.00/kg, our portion of 300g came up to RM18.00. I can't remember the name of the fish, since mom-in-law ordered in Cantonese.

The house-specialty tofu, deep fried and crispy on the outside, soft and wobbly inside, and topped with minced pork (RM10.00).

For greens, we ordered the 4-heavenly king vegetables, fried with dried shrimps.

The meal was simple, but good. Restoran 88 has a lot of other more famous dishes; their mayonnaise pork ribs, crabs and hot plate seafood, for example, are worth trying.

Restoran 88
# 15, Jalan Batalong, Continental Park,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Mobile: 012-3151335 (Peh Ai Lee)
Operating hours: 11.00am-1.00am

A 3-bam!

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