I must say that Puchong is a food haven. There are eateries till sometimes I couldn’t decide what to eat. ‘Big Fry‘ (Tai Chow) is often a good choice among the Chinese especially on family dinner.
But how about ‘big fry’ + seafood? My friend, Wanyi recommended this place at Restaurant Tak Fok. She said they serve seafood (crab) with reasonable pricing. She also enlightened me about the crowd during dinner hour.
Just a simple and casual dining place. Often crowded on weekends.
We came here for the crabs. 2 pieces of crabs for just RM28. As shown on their menu, they have 13 different types of cooking method. I chose Crabs with Butter and Milk Sauce. Nice flavors and not overly creamy. Although the crab size is a lil small, with the price I’m paying…it does satisfies my crab craving.
Fried bun to pair with the crab’s Butter and Milk Sauce.
Soft bun with crispy skin. But not as good as the one I had before at South Sea Seafood Restaurant.
I will always order at least one vege dish. Ordered a stir fry kailan.
Deep Fried Mantis Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk was quite good too.
We wanted Siong Tong Lala, but too bad Lala ran out of stock. So we were recommended to these Fresh Razor Clam (still in aquarium) for RM5 each. Cooked with rice wine, ginger and garlic. And also some cili padi and wolfberry.
Verdict : Looking for some good and affordable seafood, do pay a visit to Restaurant Tak Fok. Requires abit of waiting time during peak hour.
Restaurant TaK Fok No 23, Jalan Puteri 2/5 Selangor, Puchong 47100 Tel: +603-8060 6994
17 thoughts on “Dinner @Restaurant Tak Fok,Puchong”
ooh, that sounds like really reasonable prices for seafood. two whole crabs for me please! 😀
Sean – Wokay…order taken. Let me go catch the crabs. hehehe….
Agreed with u Puchong is indeed a foods heavan . The crab really look yummy & juicy . If given a chance , will drop by and taste it . Thanks for sharing Mel 🙂
Jen – You are most welcome 😉
Yummmm…I love those fried buns, go so well with the crab gravy. No post on what you ate in Sarikei?
STP – Hmmm…. I did a post on that last year… 😉
I love that style of crab too! There’s lots of buttermilk to soak up with the buns.
Puchong is a bit far for me but I’ll go for the crabs! 😀
Huai Bin – But this style of crab must be eaten when its warm hor…else not so nice edi.
Oooo both the crabs and bamboo clams caught my attention. Looks good lah!
Baby Sumo – The bamboo clams are huge! Luckily the flesh is not too rubbery. Else it wouldn’t be nice.
Actually ar there’s many food heaven in Klang Valley lo. Like Kota Damansara and Sri Petaling also many yummy food!
The crab doesn’t look meaty. But the bun plus gravy must be heavenly!
Constance Ant – ya…memang pun..many places in KL oso a food haven. Erm…guess for that kind of price..that’s the size we could get in restaurants here.
been here before, pretty good and for that price, I really wont complain. Love the look of the bamboo clam.. wouldn’t mind trying that too next time.. 🙂
Food Dreams – Yalo yalo…reasonable pricing…and most importantly it does not taste awful, that would b good.
crab looks good weih~
I like to order creamy butter sauce for my crabs too, dip the sauce with mantao, best lah!
Choi Yen – yalo yalo…think about it oso ‘lau hau sui jor’! hahaha….