What does LSY stand for? I have no idea. But what I DO know is that the claypot dishes are said to be good. Lucky me, the restaurant was merely a 5 minutes drive from where I live.
Accompanying me for dinner was my cousin and his friend. In case you’re wondering why his finger is mosaic-ed? He was holding the iPhone but without realizing it, it was an international sign language for censored you.
Since there were three of us, we decided to go for the large portion. We were a little surprised that the lou shu fan was the soupy version instead of the typical dry and dark black/brown sauce.
We noticed that they don’t serve it with some belacan, a shrimp paste with chilli pepper. Here is a picture of how the belacan would generally look like:
The lou shu fan was good! The soup was not too salty, fair amount of ingredients like prawns and fishcakes. Although it was flavorful, I’d still prefer to have it with some belacan.
We also had 2 side orders of tofu and lettuce. Nothing extraordinary but it was prepared perfectly and fresh.
I was told that their signature dish is the Claypot Chicken Rice but I was too late to change my order. Ah well, another visit is a must.
No. 22, Jalan Puteri 2/4,
Bandar Puteri Puchong,
Contact No: 6012-918 3866
Operating Hours: 8.00am – 10.00pm (Daily)
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