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January 31, 2008

New Paris Restaurant, SS2

rif asked me what I felt like having for lunch last Sunday. Turns out, we were both thinking of New Paris. :)
As usual, we had a large Chiu Pai Tofu (tofu with minced pork & preserved vege), Marmite Pork Ribs and a serving of Cantonese Beef Kuay Teow for me. 

Chiu Pai Tofu – large (RM 16)

The tofu was delicious. Deep fried till crispy and golden brown on the outside and silky smooth on the inside, it was topped with savoury mince pork, preserved vegetables and spring onions. The mince pork, enhanced by the flavour of the preserved vege was the perfect partner to the smooth melt-in-your-mouth tofu.

Marmite Pork Ribs (RM 8)

The marmite pork ribs were not bad, although not the best I’ve tasted. Deep fried tender pork ribs coated in sticky sweet caramelized marmite sauce, it went very well with white rice.

Cantonese Beef Kuay Teow (RM 6)

The cantonese beef kuay teow was quite big with generous amount of ginger slices and spring onions. When I ate the beef, I found it to be slightly gamey. The waitress offered to get me a new plate of noodles with chicken instead of beef.

The bill came up to RM 34 for the both of us including 5% tax. rif and I love eating here and the reasonable prices keep us coming back for more.

Ambiance: 5/10
Price: 7.5/10
Food: 7.5/10
Verdict: Delicious yet affordable ‘tai chow’ cooking.

New Paris Restaurant
62, 64, 66, Jalan AA2/72,
43700 P.J, Selangor
03-7955 9180


3 Responses

  1. Life VS Food

    i love their Pork Knuckles!!!
    It’s crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside!!!
    I can’t wait to go again!!!

  2. willkhow

    u can try the champagne chicken. it is nice, served with watermelon.

  3. Bangsar-bAbE

    willkhow – I used to order that all the time, until jelak already! =P

    Life VS Food – I thought the pork knuckles was average, maybe because the skin isn’t seasoned enough…

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