Dinner @ Cheers Palace, Cheras

January 5, 2010


During the long weekend before Christmas, one of my uncle treated us for dinner at Cheers Palace, or formerly known as Unique Fisherman Cheras. Most of the things still remained the same, as in they still have live aquariums of the types of seafood that they have.

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Korea Abalone, Canada Geoduck and Oyster, Scotland Razor Clam, Mexico Geoduck and Boston Lobster.

But being a family dinner, we ordered none of the things featured above. The first dish came and it was prawns.


The steamed prawns looked very fresh, it’s a pity that I can’t eat it. May ate like 3-4 I think.


The steamed Kampung chicken that comes after the prawn is so so only. The chicken is almost tasteless, the only good thing is the sauce that comes with it.


The worst dish of the night is this fish. Supposedly the Ikan Kelah that if any of you remember through viral email, that costs about RM100+ per kg. There’s nothing special of the fish, the worst thing is the scales are all pointing upwards and supposed to be edible. But it kind of reminds me of my dead Kois.


The stir fried Hong Kong Choy Sum is ok, must be expensive since it’s garnished with wolfberries.


Most arguably the best dish on the night. Braised sea cucumber with mushroom and tofu.


Pork ribs with chilli padi, this comes in second in terms of taste.


And since we are celebrating a few person’s birthdays, a ‘Cheong Sau’ Mee is a must. And it turns out pretty good as well.


Me, my siblings and my cousins. After the dinner.

For the amount of money that is paid for the dinner, I bet you can get nicer food in a different restaurant. The only highlight of the dinner is of course the braised sea cucumber. Maybe it’s because it’s a set dinner, that’s why the quality of the food is slightly off scale, but if anyone of you reading this think differently, do let me know.

Anyways, here’s the address

Cheers Palace

Plot 51449, Lot A

Batu 5 1/2, Japan Cheras

56100 Kuala Lumpur

Phone : 03-9130 3099, 03-9130 6099

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  • Reply tl wong January 6, 2010 at 9:34 am

    i more interested on the seafood posted on top…….238 per kg …my goodness that was some price to pay

  • Reply JD January 6, 2010 at 10:05 am


    Yeah, it’s interesting. But I think if really want to eat seafood, just go to some cheaper place like Tanjung Tualang? Or maybe Sabah? Since their prices will be considerably cheaper.

  • Reply tlwong January 7, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    Maybe should arrange a day trip fly to borneo to eat seafood and comeback since the air ticket is so much affordable , just like those TVB dramas fly to japan to eat sushi 😀

    • Reply JD January 7, 2010 at 4:52 pm


      Can also. But if want faster, then just drive to Tanjung Tualang lor. But I think they don’t have Geoduck lar. (But seriously, don’t know if it’s worth the money or not lar)

  • Reply pat January 7, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    tanjung tualang needs 1 1/2+ hours drive…. just the highway alone, excluding the B- roads

  • Reply JD January 7, 2010 at 10:20 pm


    i think ok lar, even my grandma also follow a group of people to eat there.

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