Fu Sheng Restaurant @ Damai Perdana, Cheras

On the day that the whole of KL city was in a lockdown, we actually celebrated my mom’s birthday as well. They always like Chinese food, so we decided to head over to a new place that have replaced the defunct WST Restaurant and beside Keng Seng Restaurant.

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We were lucky that we got there early to make a reservation as by dinner time, it’s packed with dinner crowd.

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I wonder what’s so difficult with spelling out my name. Joden, Jordon…haih.

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Kayden in his Baby Gap shirt and busy stacking up plates.

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Not to mention, busy chewing spoon!

We didn’t order anything fancy, just some dishes to go with rice.

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First on the menu is tofu, cooked in a way like shark’s fin soup.

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Steamed Patin, which is fresh and quite big.

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Fried Egg with Small Prawns, one of my family’s favourite. Cheap and appetizing.

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Stir Fried Mushroom with Bean curd, a new dish to me by the way it’s being prepared and it’s quite a distinctive way of cooking the mushroom too.

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The pork is pretty good too although I’ve forgotten what it’s called. The meat is soft and tender with a little bit of tangy flavour in the sauce.

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Last dish was their signature chicken called Mei Lam Chicken, which is very tasty as the sauce is a mixture of shallots and bean paste. Too bad it came last and everyone is full to the brim and not everyone is about to savor the taste.

Overall the dinner cost about RM250, which is pretty cheap for about 13 of us. Looks like we have found a new place to have Chinese food around our area.

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Pretty grand for a small restaurant. Do note they only take the ground floor of the shoplot.

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Birthday cake from Secret Recipe, where else?

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A big family photo, with Kayden and his cheeky face!

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