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An outing for lunch on Friday is something I look forward to more, recently. Come across a restaurant that has good reviews on Google Reviews. 

Colleagues and I made our way here - Sg Way Petaling Jaya. Called the night earlier to reserve table, however, was informed that no table reservation accepted. 

This post is based on coming to the same restaurant 2 Fridays in a row, which means the food is good and we really liked it. 

Busy lunch crowd 
Started with char siu - tender pork with sweet sauce, good start. Had good amount of fats within, and as good as it taste, it however lacks the caramel-ness that sticks to part of the meat, or some burnt parts, that I particularly fancy.


The Fu Yong fried egg were tasty, and we really like it. As much as it tasted great, just thought its a tad expensive for a egg dish. 
Fu Yong Egg. Price - RM18.80
Claypot ginger chicken was one of my favorite. Chicken meat was tender, sauce and taste was of the right combination. The thickness of sauce was perfect to go with rice.

Claypot Ginger Chicken. Price-RM26.80
Super favorite was this Black Vinegar Pork Trotter - the sourness that comes with slight sweetness gave a really good kick to my senses once I sipped the soup. Each sip had me thinking, its sour, but its so good. Not a fan of fatty meat, but I sure know its a good source of collagen. Take it anyhow.

Black Vinger Pork Trottle. Price-RM20
Sweet & Sour Pork - taste was good, but texture is missing that slight crunchiness that I like. However, still a good dish.
Sweet & Sour Chicken. Price-RM22.80
Claypot Tofu was my least favorite. Gravy was good, comes with vege and roast pork, but the tofu was a little tasteless. 
We ordered the Bittergourd with roast pork just because the roast pork wasn't available for ordering o its own, hence we took it as a combination to bittergourd. This tasted alright.
Brinjal with long beans had the right flavors, cooked well. 
The other dish that we had 2 weeks in a row was the Morning Glory with prawns. It has the 'wok hei', shrimp sauce that made it flavorful, and in addition, crunchiness of the vege maintained.
From Top Right Clockwise : Claypot Tofu Price-RM20.80; Bittergourd with Roast Pork Price-RM22.80; Brinjal with Long Beans Price-RM22.80; Morning Glory with Prawns Price-RM20.80
We had a wonderful lunch, and its ideal for group, as we could sample variety of dishes. What amazes me was that, the chef/boss alone could manage all the cooking for the amount of crowd that patrons his restaurant.

Verdict : Everything tasted good (except for the tofu).

Must Have :
1. Black Vinegar Pork Trotter
2. Morning Glory
3. Claypot Ginger Chicken

The Home Cooking Dishes
555, Jalan SS9A/12,
Sg. Way, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel : 016-677 3200

Business Hours : Wed-Sun 12pm-2.30pm, 5.30-9.30pm, Mon 12pm-2.30pm, Tues Off

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