Toh Yuen Restaurant @ Klang Executive Club
We found ourselves in Klang a couple of weeks ago to meet a friend over lunch. The choice of venue is Toh Yuen Restaurant at Klang Executive Club located just across AEON Bukit Raja. The restaurant is open to non-members too.
Klang Executive Club
Persiaran Bukit Raja 2, Bandar Baru Klang, 41150 Klang, Malaysia
Tel: 603-3344 3888
We were there during lunch hour and saw a good crowd enjoying dim sum here. Dim sum is priced at RM6nett per basket. Our lunch companion is a member of the club hence she is entitled to a 15% discount off ala-carte menu not including promotional items.
I was told that Toh Yuen Restaurant is well-known for their Chinese Canto Food and Dim Sum so we ordered a mixture of dimsum and some ala carte dishes that afternoon. It is also a pork-free restaurant so let’s see how the dim sum fares.
Smooth and springy Fish Paste Mai is a hit with the boys.
Topped with a whole scallop, this is one of our favourite.
Steamed BBQ Chicken Buns
These BBQ Chicken buns are similar to char siew pau (chicken version); sweet, savoury and very tasty.
Bouncy, delicious fishballs for the boys.
Minced meat topped with shrimp, the chicken siu mai here is one of the popular items.
Plump prawns wrapped in tofu skin resulting in fragrant and mild soybean flavour.
Golden fried radish cake. Soft on the inside, crisp on the outside with good wok hei aroma. I requested for it to be spicy so I shared this with the Daddy. The boys took a bite each
The spicy soup “lat thong” was superb to warm the tummy.
At RM30nett/pax it took center stage that afternoon with the whole scallop and crayfish per serving.
We enjoyed the lamb bone with mongolia sauce (RM16nett/pax)
It was served with a pair of gloves for easy consumption. The boys don’t usually eat lamb as they are not very fond of the smell and chewy texture but surprisingly they enjoyed the ones served here. The meat is tender and in Ayden’s own word – Swallowable!
Ayden got extremely excited with the dessert as it was served in a beautiful basket.
Our choice of dessert are Kwai Fa Gou, egg tarts and sesame balls.
Ayden’s favourite is the refreshing, delicious and healthy Osmanthus Flower Jelly with Wolfberries. It makes a great ending to a hearty lunch.
I had a great catch-up with my friend and we chatted so much until they are about to close before opening again for dinner later in the evening. Ooops…
All dim sum priced at RM6 nett (inclusive 6% GST) per basket is available daily before 2.30pm after which they will close and open again at 6pm for the dinner crowd.
My verdict? Not bad at all for a pork-free restaurant. Service was prompt with friendly staffs. At the end of our meal, we were given a form to rate the food, staff, ambiance and more. I happily gave a positive review since the staffs were very nice to us
P/S: It was difficult to get the boys home after we are done with lunch as the swimming pool is just in front of the restaurant. They kept pestering us to allow them to swim there not knowing that we are not members here
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