Lan Je Steamed Tilapia Restaurant @ Kota Damansara

Up till now, after 1 year and 7 months of blogging, I rarely posted the same food in the same restaurant, up till now.

Again, here I present, the single food that I loved the most in the central region, the most mouth watering, and consider my top of the list food to be eated every time I go down to Kuala Lumpur, Lan Je Steamed Tilapia!!!!

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This time, I visited their Kota Damansara branch instead of their main one in Rawang, simply because Rawang is just too far. Like in the past, I always visited a popular restaurant early, as in way early until I am the 1st few customers. This ensure that I don’t need to stand and wait for a table, or getting bad service due to business too good, or being need to dine uncomfortably due to someone standing beside and staring at me and waiting me to leave ASAP so that he can have my table, etc etc…..

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Again, it doesn’t disappoint me. The taste is still the same, I still absolutely love it, and finish up the whole fish myself, and even LY’s one. Both plate, the gravy are dried up, with only the bones there….it’s just too yummylicious!!!!!

Only thing that I would complaint is my fish portion is a bit too big, and hence the meat is not as nice. 9.9/10

Oh ya, before I forget, I opt for their extra spicy version, while LY’s one is the normal spicy version, hence you can see that at the 1st picture, my fish got more chillies than LY’s one.

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A HQ with 3 branches up till now.

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I really miss those days where I am staying in Rawang, and I can eat my favourite food any time I want. Haizz…..

Total Damage: RM40++ for 2 person

Location: F-50G & 51G, Jalan Teknologi 3/9 Bistari “DE” Kota, Kota Damansara PJU 5, Selangor

Contact: 012 – 380 9391 / 012 – 932 9391

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5 thoughts on “Lan Je Steamed Tilapia Restaurant @ Kota Damansara

  1. Pingback: Lan Je Steamed Fish, Rawang | Visit KL

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