Wok Dish Way
Person A: What to have for lunch?
Person B: Where should we have lunch?
Common Answer: Bu Zi Dao ("I don't know")
And hence, whenever that word come across your mind, you would think of this particular restaurant of his. Quite a unique concept isn't it?
The atmosphere of the restaurant is very homely with the decorations and furniture. Nothing too exaggerating.
We were first served with several drinks of our choice...
|[Left] Cincau Soy Bean [RM3.50] , Special Drink [RM3.50], Strawberry Special Drink [RM3.50]|
That's mine on the most right - Strawberry Special Drink RM3.50. Ice-blended strawberry with longan and pineapple. Like it a lot but it's a common drink which you can find it else where though the price for this drink is quite reasonable.
|[Left] Signature drink: Ice Blended Lei Cha [RM7.90] and Ice-Blended Kacang [RM6.90]|
The speciality of this restaurant is Lei Cha, a very popular traditional Hakka tea-based concept. The ingredients used in the preparation of Lei Cha includes peanuts, sesame and mung beans. At Wok Dish Way, not only do they have the Ice Blended Lei Cha as part of the beverages menu, but they also have various dishes that comes with it.
You are supposed to pour a handful of the soup into the rice dish that comes in that set meal. But the weird me prefer to eat them without the soup.
|Lei Cha with brown rice (RM8.90)|
|Lei Cha with white rice (RM7.90)|
|Lei Cha Fried Rice (RM9.40)|
Liked the Lei Cha Fried Rice the most but then again I ate it without the soup although technically it is supposed to be consumed together with the Lei Cha soup. I somehow didn't like the taste of Lei Cha soup - 'bittery' and plain.
Besides Lei Cha, there are also many other dishes offered by this restaurant. One of them being the (awesome) Fermented Bean Curd with Pork [RM8 - Small / RM15 - Large]
It is an awesome side dish. Crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside. Just melts in your mouth once consumed. I could happily eat just this together with rice. *saliva dripping*
Claypot Pork Trotter with Vinegar (RM11.90)
With a slight spice (you could see the red chilli that comes with it!), thick and tasty gravy and pork trotters, you could never go wrong with this dish.
Mee Hoon Kueh (RM6.90)
One of my favourites. This dish is something that we are familiar with, pan mee, only this time, it is a Johor style pan mee. The noodles are hand-made and it is in the form of thick non-uniform cubes. I quite like this. This will probably be dish of my choice the next time I'm there again.
Crispy Fried Chicken (RM15)
Crispy Seaweed and Pork Floss (RM7.90)
A side dish which I am sure would interest people to simply have a munch or two while catching up with their friends and family.
Sweet and Sour deep fried Talapia (RM15, RM25 or RM35)
Jiang Bao Dish (RM10)
Super spicy to fit my taste (this is from someone who cannot even stand chilli ketchup!) hence, after a warning from Tony and a small bite of it, I gave up trying.
Special Cucumber (RM4)
Nothing special about this but a side dish that was served to us. Only the sauce is worth mentioning though I still didn't quite like it.
Last but not least, is my all time favourite: Cendol (RM6.90 [L]; RM3.50 [S])
I simply loved it.
A good cold desert in this scorching hot weather.
Wok Dish Way
2A－1, Jalan PJU 5/10,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
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