Fong Lye Taiwanese Fusion Cuisine Restaurant @ The Garden, Mid Valley City

Fong Lye Fusion is a Taiwanese Fusion Cuisine Restaurant newly opened at The Garden, which is famous on teppanyaki and shabu-shabu in Taiwanese style. Serving up some good, fresh ingredients for teppanyaki and steamboat, ala-carte cuisines or dishes for family to have a nice sit down meal, nice dessert and quality Chinese type of tea.

Fong Lye Taiwanese Fusion Cuisine Restaurant
Lot T209, 3rd Floor, The Gardens
Mid Valley City, Linkaran Syed Putra
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2282 8699
COURSE MEAL for 2 pax RM98.00
Choice of Yuan Yang Steamboat/ Taiwanese Spicy Pork SOup base
Welcome Tea for 2
Taiwan Oolong tea for 2
Good quality, refreshing and thirst killing drink, good for digestion too!

2 pcs of crabstick sushi
Mini Stir Fried 2 plates

Fried Chicken top with spicy sweet sauce

Spinach in soy broth
Dipping sauce served or can pick your own at the counter
This whole shabu shabu experienced for 2 pax only cost RM113.70 after service charge, which I think is a highly recommended and value dining with someone you want to take your time to catch up with, we take around 2 hours plus to finish our meal.

Taiwanese Spicy Pork Soup
Slightly tasted like Korean style soup served with all those fresh ingredients

Stir-fried spicy pork were added to the soup for extra flavoring

Seafood and Fish paste

Fresh Seafood

2 pcs of fresh prawn

Mixed Steamboat ingredients

Really big serving portion for 2 person, at only RM98++


3 pcs of Delicacy Dessert (changes daily)

Mango pudding was creamy, soft and fragrantly aroma from mango....refreshing

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Lady G said…
The food presentation looks similar to Japanese food, doesn't it? I do love all the food in this post, such interesting presentation. The steamboat too looks yummy.

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