Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Restoran Green View, SS2, Petaling Jaya

Hubby's cousin flew in from the UK for a short visit recently, and very kindly treated us to a feast of seafood!
Sang har mee, with HUGE river prawns. This dish was eggy and crispy and very fresh.
Deep fried mini squid was another winner. Tossed with birds eye chillies, this was crunchy and flavourful.
Hubby's cousin was enamoured with the kangkung belacan dish.

Hubby liked the tangy, sweet and sour pork dish.

The fried man tou went very well with the sweet, sour & spicy crab gravy.
HUGE crab in sweet, sour & spicy gravy, usually my favourite way of eating crabs. I found the gravy here to be a tad too mild, and could not beat South Pacific's rich, eggy version. But the crab was good: succulent, fleshy and very fresh.

I preferred the crab cooked this way, with salted egg yolk. I just love the salty goodness of the rich, yellow yolk clinging to the shells. Finger-licking good!

Palm-sized crabs went for RM130.00/kg. The smaller ones went for RM70.00/kg.

I think the bill came to about RM400, or thereabouts, for the 7 of us.

Restoran Green View
#6 & 8, Jalan 19/3,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Tel: 03-79581076, 03-79549263
Business hours: 11.00am-11.00pm

This restaurant is located near the Rothman's SS2 roundabout, opposite Lisa De Inn.

4-bams for the very fresh, and scrumptious seafood.


Precious Pea said...

Wahh...whose hand is that??? So near the claws leh!!!! I find their salted egg crabs not too bad too. Next time you should try their marmite...very good too!

Jessica said...

Precious Pea: That would be fearless hubby's paw, lol. Ok, will take your word for it on the marmite crabs.

um said...

His paws are hugh, about the size of a frying pan. Imagine the size of those crabs. They eat goats for breakfast.