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Restoran Woo Lan @ Brickfields

Angeline Monday, June 18, 2012 , , ,


Woo Lan looks like your average neighbourhood ‘chu char’ restaurant. A fully air-conditioned corner lot next to Vishal Chettinad Restaurant. It's super crowded and reservation is recommended to avoid disappointment on Saturday or Sunday. This are some of the highly recommended Signature's dish Steamed fish head with Ginger (song yee tau), Seafood curry in claypot is a definite must-have, another favourite is their braised tiger skin pork. The dining environment was pleasant and comfortable with air-conditioning.

WOO LAN RESTAURANT
19, Jalan Scott,
50470 Brickfields,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 603-2274 8368
Business hours : 12pm-3pm, 6pm-10pm. Closed on Mondays.
GPS Coordinates : 3.135526,101.691931
(Contributed by Joanne Lim)
Stir-fried Clam with ginger and chili
Tasted just nice with a touch of Chinese wine, sweet, fresh and a little spiciness.
Signature's Xin Hua Noodle
One of the specialty in Woo Lan , the noodles are topped with fried eggs, and seaweed. And in the noodles are prawns, slices of meat plus cabbage. 
 
Braised Beancurd
Stir-fried Kailan with garlic
Fresh crunchy vegetable, perfectly cooked

Steamed Fish Head
A gigantic fish head topped with lots of finely chopped ginger and flooded in the special gravy. It was fresh and meaty.

Seafood Curry 
It came with generous amount of prawns, squids, fish fillets and arrived piping hot in a cauldron like pot; the broth looking scarily creamy from the excessive coconut milk with streaks of fiery curry. 

Tiger Pork 
Pork belly full of 'nam yue' fragrant, slightly sweet with a hint of five spice powder were braised in the thick sauce, outer layer of the skin was deep-fried till crispy. Texture was a little tougher than being fork tender, or melt in mouth though.
Total paid for Dinner was around RM100. Dishes price start from RM12 and above

(Contributed by Joanne Lim)

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