Restoran Leong Ya Dragon Inn @ Seri Kembangan

Apparently there are THREE Leong Ya restaurants operating in the same vicinity, with different names, are they under the same management, Seri Kembangan peoples?

 

I’m totally a noob when comes to good eats in Seri Kembangan. It is a very unfamiliar territory for me that I seldom venture to due to the far distance from where I stay. The only two restaurants that flash into my mind when mention about restaurants in Seri Kembangan are Restaurant Yoke Heng which serves delicious Claypot Loh Shu Fun and Leong Ya which is famous for its Paper Wrapped Chicken. 

When we Googled for Leong Ya after our Autoshow visit at MAEPS and the aforementioned result came out with THREE Leong Ya restaurants located just a stone’s throw away from each other. At the end, we walked into Restoran Leong Ya Dragon Inn which we got a parking right in front the restaurant.

The restaurant’s setting was simple, airy and brightly lit, with the most quirky wall paper I’ve ever seen for a restaurant which remind me of car racing event. (≧▽≦)

 

Paper Wrapped Chicken (RM4.80/pcs)

Nicely wrapped in a parchment paper parcel, the chicken was drenched in dark brown sauce. The chicken was tender and the sauce possessed an overpowering bean paste and gingery taste. No faults on this but just simply not to my preferential taste.

 

Yong Tau Foo (RM1.60/pcs)

First impression – I don’t like! Why the sauce was pouring on the Yong Tau Foo by default like this? (⋟﹏⋞) Definitely first time for me seeing Yong Tau Foo being served this way.

 

Set aside the sauce issue, the size of the Yong Tau Foo was decent, with adequate amount of fish paste filling. Those fried items such as bean curd sheet rolls and brinjal were not greasy but the bean curd sheet roll lost its crispiness after being soaked in sauce after a while. ~>_<~

 

Ginger Scallion Deer Meat (RM25.00)

Generous portion of tender deer meat and pungent scallion, flavoursome but a bit on salty side, good to paired with rice.

 

Choy Dam with Anchovies (RM15.00)

Well prepared with the crunchiness of the vegetable remained.

 

Verdict: A rather lackluster dinner I would say, it didn’t impress me as much as I though it would. There’s definitely a lot more better Paper Wrapped Chicken and Yong Tau Foo options at my disposal.

 

Restoran Leong Ya Dragon Inn 梁雅饭店(龙门客栈)

30, Jalan Dagang SB 4/2, Taman Sungai Besi Indah, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor.

Tel: +603-8948 4657

Operating hours: 10.00am to 10.00pm, daily

Website: https://leong-ya-yong-tau-foo.business.site/website/leong-ya-yong-tau-foo/

6 comments

  • i’ve been to a leong ah in puchong, which i guess is related to this place cos they both specialise in paper-wrapped chicken! 🙂

  • The paper wrapped chicken has a bit too much sauce and may be too robustly flavoured for me. I’ve had yong tau foo served to me in sauce too but mine was tossed in a light sauce where as the one you had seemed to have teem cheong poured over it. Love any dish with ginger scallion, beef or deer meat, and I’ll be the one who sapu all the scallions.

    • Kris, High five to the love of scallion, me did that too but not the ginger, too hot for me >_< I like my YTF clear from any sort of sauces, unless I dip into the sauce when eating =.="

  • Even for someone who likes strong flavors and sauces, I think they overdo it for the paper wrapped chicken and yong tau foo. I’ve never even been to Seri Kembangan hah..hah… My fave would be the deer meat stir fried with ginger and scallion. And did I mention that choy dam is one of my favorite veggies!

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