One of those Fridays when we decided to travel a little further and have a relaxing and nice lunch.
After much thinking, discussion and thinking of options we decided on Wong Kok Char Chan Teng.
I ordered the Bacon Roll (RM9.20) and a glass of Cold Yin Yeong (RM2.90).
Was a tad disappointed with the bacon roll as it doesn’t look exactly as yummy as shown in the menu.
The taste was also just average as I can only taste more of the fish paste and less of the bacon taste.
Maggie ordered the Imperial Soup Rice with Mushroom and Dried Oyster (RM9.30) and White Fungus and Guai Lin Gou (RM5.50) dessert. The dishes look pretty interesting. Maybe I should give the Imperial Soup Rice a go next time.
Deon ordered Nissin Noodles with Luncheon Meat (RM6.30) and Cold Coconut Tea (RM4.20). Every time we dine in any Hong Kong restaurant, he will for sure order Nissin noodles. I find the taste of the Cold Coconut Tea to be a little strange and too weird for my liking.
As for Ramesh, he ordered French Toast (RM4.20) and Bubble Cold Milk Tea (RM4.80), quite a typical Hong Kong restaurant tea time food. I personally think that Kim Gary’s French Toast taste much better in comparison, more moist and buttery.
Wong Kok Char Chan Teng
Lot F225, 1st Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Centre,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Telephone: 03. 7710 8611
Business Hours: 8.00am to 2.00am daily