Hau Yi Restaurant (好意海鲜饭店) @ Taman Chi Liung, Klang

We (Cat & gang) were in Klang and the destination of the day was Hau Yi Restaurant, a smallish air-conditioned restaurant that has a reasonably good menu and plenty of customers. 

We came here some time back and have been longing to revisit ever since. We ordered the Signature Tong Fun (yes, again) as everyone just couldn’t have enough of it. The price remained the same as our last visit.

IMG_2233Finding a parking space was a snap of fingers, but getting a table was a different story altogether. Come during dinner hours without prior reservation and you’ll be in line of a long queue. Luckily we did our homework and pre-booked earlier. 

IMG_2238Signature Tong Fun/招牌冬粉 @ RM 15.00 (L/大) ~ The most anticipated dish; and was the star of the meal. No mixed feelings on the translucent-looking vermicelli. Each and every strand was infused with the flavours of the wok. I vouch for its refreshing taste.

IMG_2239Stew Chicken Soup/炖鸡汤 @ RM 48.00 ~  Covered with plenty of fish maw, we dug in and found the chicken hidden within. The meat was lean with most of the chicken  flavour immersed into the sweet soup. Using a few types of Chinese herbs, the aromatic soup was stewed for many hours resulting with a herbalicious and soothing concoction.

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IMG_2245Marmite Chicken/妈蜜鸡@ RM 21.00 (L/大) ~ This dish was a cross-cultural celebration, mixing marmite with honey to create a sticky finger-licking muddle of caramelized chicken goodness.

IMG_2246Stir-fry Mixed Vegetables/清炒杂菜 @ RM 30.00 ~  Sweet peas mildly stir-fried with pork, cuttlefish, broccoli, cauliflower and some carrots –pleasing to the eyes and the palate as well.

IMG_2250Big Prawn Fried Small Prawn/大虾炒小虾 @ RM 48.00/ ½kg ~ The prawns were deep-fried in their shells so they became edibly crisp, heightened by the rubble of crispy dried shrimps. You will taste the sweetness of the prawn, all enveloped in the satisfying crunch that comes with deep-fried happiness. Kids or adults, I guarantee that you will go ga-ga over this one. 

IMG_2256Homemade Bean curd/自制海鲜豆腐 (L/大) @ RM 15.00 ~ Each golden block of the tofu was served piping hot, crisps and crunchy at four edges. I’m not too fond of the seafood stuffings though, as I find it a little fishy for my liking. 

In general, the atmosphere was good, paradoxically because there really wasn’t one. Well, if you’re in search for good food at reasonable prices around this area, this could be it.

As for us? No complaints whatsoever. Pleasant.. all the way home!!

  • Restoran Hau Yi (好意海鲜饭店)
  • N0. 53, Jalan Batu Unjur
  • Taman Chi Liung
  • 42000 Klang, Selangor.
  • Tel – 603-3324 9151
  • Mobile – 016-616 4888 (Alex/Soe Chee How)
  • Business hours – 1100-1500/1500-2230
  • GPS Coordinates
  • N03°00.942  E101°25.649
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