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Dynasty Dragon Restaurant, KL

Posted in food,KL,Kuala Lumpur,malaysia,puchong by chrisau on September 22, 2009
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Well, I was in KL over the Hari Raya holidays to celebrate my dad-in-law’s birthday. And, after trying out the food over here in  this restaurant, I really must blog it as it’s really good! Good service, great food, nice ambience and environment and clean kitchen!  You can actually see the kitchen from outside the shopping mall, as there’s a  glass window outside which give you a good view of the kitchen. I like the concept!

Ok, here’s the food…..

IMG_0980Mini Buddha Jump Over The Wall – soup boiled with scallop, shark fins, mushrooms…etc. Gives us  the energy to makan the rest of the food …LOL

IMG_0981Crispy Suckling Piglet Skin – The skin is very crispy and it’s great to wrapped it in a pau(below) after dipping into the black plum sauce.


IMG_0984Dynasty’s Four Combinations – assorted food from the eatery.

IMG_0990Special Braised Estuary Grouper – One of the best dishes for the night. The fish meat is very tasty and fully absorbed the aroma of the gravy, which was nicely done!

IMG_0995Prawn in Superior Soup And Garlic

IMG_0996Stir Fried Lily Bulb with Ginger, Spring Onion And Mushroom

IMG_0997Stir Fried Piglet with Soya Sauce – which was cooked from the suckling piglet, after all the ‘skins’ are eaten.

IMG_1003Phoenix Golden Rice – Surprisingly, this is good too. I had two bowls of the vermicilli after all the food above! It’s so nicely fried  and delicious!

IMG_1004Sweet Fancy Duets – the yellow kuih sorta like ‘malai kou’ (cantonese) with pandan kaya spread. I love it too!

Dynasty Dragon Restaurant is located at -ES18-20 Second Floor, IOI Mall (New Wing) Puchong, Selangor


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  1. kikey loo said,

    Crispy Suckling Piglet Skin is my favorite !!

    • chrisau said,

      kikey – it’s nice but fattening… 😛

  2. claire said,

    wa….lau… went for good food huh? so blessed to have a FIL to belanja u all.. or do u all share to give him this big makan? looks so yummy la.. i wanna try the last dish.. sweet tooth I have… long time never go for such posh dinner…

    • chrisau said,

      haha…can always go to Overseas in Ipoh for a great dinner!

  3. wenn said,

    love the stir fried lily bulb..

    • chrisau said,

      wenn- I love mushrooms too! One of my all time fav food.

  4. The soup got some funny name

    • chrisau said,

      BF – it’s a nickname (or joke) for a soup which has a lot of great ingredients ..till even Buddhas also cannot tahan to try it. Sorta..

  5. Celine said,

    Look very nice! Expensive?

    • chrisau said,

      it’s in IOI mall, should not be too far for you, Celine. Bring HB …makan then shop at the new wing.

  6. dolly said,

    wah.. all expensive stuff.. except the goreng bihun & malay kuih only..

    • chrisau said,

      dolly – mixed of expensive and not so expensive..

  7. SJ said,

    the pau has shape! wow. that’s nice. normally the ones i eat are all smoothed with no linings on them. nice shots.

    From me to you, suejean =)

    • chrisau said,

      SJ – yeah… it’s soft too but small. The presentation was good for all the dishes in this restaurant. Worth a try!

  8. jen said,

    the piglet =(

    • chrisau said,

      jen – u love it??

      • jen said,

        i don’t. so “charn yan” =(

  9. eugene said,

    Hey bro, next time when you blog about good food, you must show me some happy faces too ma… cos good foods make people happy, right? hahahahah.

    the weekend is here and the long holiday is gone,,,,,, have a great weekend

    • chrisau said,

      bro…u can actually view the happy faces in my facebook – http://www.facebook.com/chrisau Anyway, will add some ‘human touch’ to my blog next time.

      Have a great weekend too.

  10. Cindy said,

    Coming to your blog makes me hungry!

    • chrisau said,

      cindy – LOL

  11. Ju Ann said,

    the roasted pig looks small. a baby pig?

    oh ya thanks for the recommendation. it looks damn good! 🙂 will go give it a try some time!

    • chrisau said,

      Ju Ann- yeah, it’s a baby pig. Actually , I feel slightly bad eating it … And, my dad-in-law didn’t even touch it.

  12. meryl said,

    hi, happy birthday to your dad-in-law.. the food looks great.
    in the Philippines we call the roasted pig – lechon ^_^
    i like crispy lechon..mouthwatering.

    • chrisau said,

      Thanks Meryl. Yeah, I understand pinoys love pork.

  13. kenwooi said,

    food looks yummy…
    but they look expensive too =(
    i need to get my lunch soon.. it’s making me hungry.. =P

    • chrisau said,

      kenwooi – once a while lor…

  14. YAM said,

    Hi can i know how many persons set you eat .i going to have mine this week.but the picture seems like very small portion only!

    • chrisau said,

      Yeap, it’s for a table of typically 10 persons.

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