Review – Food/ Restaurant – Mohammad Chow Restaurant


Since I am keeping the goal of trying new places to eat outside, this discovery is truly a great one.

I think I stumble upon this restaurant by blogger or a website. Whatever it is, it deserved a hug since this has been my favorite food place to be. 

No fancy- mancy interior but oh-my-god worthy of delicious cuisine. 

My parent enjoyed the foods as well and planned to go there again with menu on their mind. They are loving it as much. 

We took 2 Fried Rice, mine was Yong Chow and my dad was salted fish. Practically they are the same except one put salted fish on top of it.

Vegetable with oyster sauce (small) 
Butter Milk Sauce Chicken
(small) 
Beef Ginger Sauce (small)
Prawn Fritters (small)
Every dish is in small size and believe me, it is enough for 4. Taste was excellent and for once, I thought why am dieting again? 
If you are thinking of Chinese Muslim foods, please check this place out : 
Perdana Business Centre

3-1, Jalan PJU 8/5h, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

03-7731 6383

Happy Eating y’all! 
Love, 
 
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Review – Food/ Restaurant – Mohammad Chow Restaurant

Wondermama did a wonderful job

Wondermama, Wonderful food experience, at least that what my impression of that place. 
Situated at the corner of Avenue K, Kuala Lumpur. This cosy little diner has more than meet the eye, at first glance, it may look like any other hip eating places around KL & PJ but let me guarantee you that it doesn’t take much to satisfied my craving of foods. I am a simple girl who like a good food and good food is what I found here. 

It may not has the most elaborate list of menus and varieties of beverages but with a lot of food choices and beverages, the food is either a hit or a miss. 

A great thing bout short menu list is shorter decision making and the food we choose would be as good as next person. No less or more. I think what they are doing are brilliant. 

At first I thought it was a dessert places, the place is more less looks like Wondermilk, an over expensive cupcakes that I can live without but a friend of mine manage to get me to step into this place, which I have a resolution to try at least one new restaurant every time I go out.
I do not want to comment about customer service and what not since I am not really particular of such details/minor things…though  regards to that, coming from retail background before, if waitress or waiter kinda rude to you on Saturday with handful of people coming and anxious, hungry and angry for food, don’t be such a bitch, you will get your food. Capish? You will live.

Since I thought I was hungry {a lie I told myself every time}, I took creamy carbonara spaghetti with sweet chicken and a friend of mine ordered Mee Kari (Curry Noodles).At the end of our meal, let just say we turn into a cow and could might as well sitting under a tree and stay there til the rest of the day. We were THAT full. It was huge potion! 


Do not be fool by this picture. It’s a mind boggling that something look so little can feel unlimited. 

Both of the foods looks great, tasteful and flavorful and leaving me and my friend full with happiness and satisfaction. 

Thank you for my friend, Mazian who manage to drag me to this place though I don’t have picture of the first meal I had here which was a Hor Fun {my saliva start drooling already} but I totally recommend to everyone and anyone who wish to have a favorite Malaysian dish that has been fusion and catered to young and hip people of KL. 
I wish this establishment will maintain their deliciousness, humbleness and creativity of their food arts. 
 {The author would like to excuse the lack of “gedik-ness”}
Website: WonderMama
Love, 

Wondermama did a wonderful job