Lot 5, Jalan Bangi
43500 Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 019-227 6360 / 016-212 6013
FB : Gao Feng Restaurant
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Gao Feng Restaurant and sampled some of their mouth-watering signatures, which also include the Singapore’s famous local dishes.
A hidden gem tucked away in the town of Semenyih, Gao Feng Restaurant serves a myriad of scrumptious Chinese foods including fresh seafood and delightful steamboat.
Spacious dining area with air-conditioned; Gao Feng Restaurant provides an ideal setting to cater for any crowd size.
Satisfy customers’ cravings with the finest ingredients they can find, this almost 2 kg Grouper Fish Head (RM6 per 100g) is a well-known seafood dish in Sekinchan. Using dry chili as the main ingredient, chef steamed this fish head in SiChuan Style together with dry chili paste and chopped dry chili for the abundance of flavors.
Owner also explained to us that the fish head need to be in this big size so that the skin will have a nice chewy texture. I am not really a fish skin lover but agreed to the owner after tasted a small bite.
Originated from China, owner introduced us to this Gao Feng Grouper Fish Head (RM38), a dish that I seldom encountered in Malaysia. Boiled for long hours with pork bone, fish head and chicken, the clear soup had a really nice sweet taste with fragrant from the good quality yam with starchy texture.
Gao Feng Steamboat Set (RM38)
Customers who purchase both the Grouper Fish Head Pot and Steamboat Set can take part in this lucky wheel to win lucky prizes, which include RM1 Chicken / Fish and percentage discount that can redeem instantly.
Popular dishes amongst Singaporean including this Chili Crab (seasonal price) that’s cooked according to the owner taste buds. Stir-fried in a creamy tomato chili based sauce, how I wish to have more mantou buns to soak up all the wonderful essence of that sweet and spicy gravy.
Just picturing this dish alone is enough to make one salivate! Chef cooked the Curry Pork Ribs (RM16 ; RM22 ; RM28) together with coconut milk and fresh milk for a creamier texture and extra fragrance. Each spoon of the delicious gravy tasted so heavenly for me.
There’s just something so addictively good about these Prawn Paste Chicken Wings (RM12 ; RM18 ; RM24). Deep fried till golden brown crisp, you will need to taste it yourself for a mouth-watering experience unlike any other.
Simply scan this QR code to get the waze direction for Gao Feng Restaurant, or GPS coordinate 2.9464880 101,8430367. Another thing worth to highlight is that Gao Feng Restaurant does not have Service Charges and GST yet!
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