Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant

Last Thursday I had the opportunity to step into the famous Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant. I didn't not just step into the restaurant but I also dine in it. It was my very first time into this restaurant and I must say that its very elegant and classy. Both in term of interior design as well as the service. The decor were just luxurious, or at least they made it looks really luxurious.

Thanks to Bernard, one of my client for inviting me who invited me to dine at Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant. It's his birthday actually, and I was invited to join him and his company staff for dinner. There were about 9 of us and we were usher into a private room with mirror all around to make the room look spacious. It has a karaoke system and also a private toilet in the room, just like those Karaoke Lounge that sprout around Klang Valley. Shall let the picture do the talking.

The Menu!!!

Lets have a closer look...

Here's the address and contact, in case wanna plan fora birthday party. Sorry that my head block the number, its 603 - 7960 4988.

This is the first dish. Forgot what its call, but it comes raw and we have the option of eating it raw or cook it in the hot boiling soup .

Chinese Birthday Dinner is never complete without the Roasted Pig Pork.

Just some random shot.

It's Shark Fins & Bird nest. Yes my first time tasting Shark Fins & Bird nest Cooked together.

A must have Chinese delicacy: Abalone, Sea Cucumber and Mushroom

Steam Fish

Fried Rice

"Pork fried with salt" that's the direct translation.

Tiger Prawnnnn, I'm lovin it.

Bet you never tried this before, Bird Nest Egg Tart. Yes they actually put Bird Nest in it.

Steam Milk in Coconut. One of the best dessert i had so far. But I still like the Bird Nest Egg Tart more. LOL

Don't really know how much the whole dinner cost cause its rude to ask people how much it cost when people is spending you dinner. But I have a glimpse at the menu earlier and from the dishes we had, it likely to cost at least RM1500 to RM2200 for 9 pax.
Overall, the place is luxurious, not the most luxurious but its where the rich and maybe even famous Chinese business owner love to dine in. The food is good, but if you ask me, its a little over price. But the service is excelent, they actually assign a dedicated waiter in the private room. So everytime we need something we just look at the waiter and ask. Dont even have to put up our hands and waived like crazy.

I wonder when will I have such opportunity to step into Ah Yat abalone Forum Restaurant again. If any of you are planning a birthday party there, be sure to invite me ya.


Harmony said...

The egg tart certainly is the best

- i.r.v.i.n.e - said...

Toooooo yummyliciouSsssss!!!

Roast Pig ^^

Adrian Lim said...

lol i had mine when i was really young.

i still remembered what i asked my mum.

"mum, is that ice on the egg tart?"


o.O reacted me


Simon Seow said...

Bird nest egg tart is quite common in HK. They even sell it at the bakery.

Horizon said...

Luxurious... Rumors said that Ah Yat abalone is pretty small, and I think it's true from the photos I saw.

Sue Me said...

it's a very common dim sum..egg tart with bird nest..:P bird nest got no taste one. wonder why people like it so much...

Charlie said...

Harmony: Yup, agree. speaking about it made me crave for it now.

irvine: =)

Adrian Lim: LOL

Simon: This is really my first time loh.

Horizon: yes they are indeed small. but its not all about the size. its how they cook it that makes it different.

Sue Me: well physicology kua

Anonymous said...

ooo nice food! =)

Charlie said...

kenwooi: yup the food was great. =)

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