Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Xiao Fei Yang, Damansara Utama

Been a few months since Xiao Fei Yang opened it's doors to the PJ clientele, and it's business has never been better. Main branch is in KL which has been popular for years..
Specializing in steamboat, the main choices of soup were Mah Lat (spicy) and herbal..
Just order the raw ingredients you'd like to add to your steam boat and wahlah, you'll get piping hot food, readily soothing a hungry belly on a rainy day.
There's quite a range of fresh ingredients to choose from..
We did of course, ordered some sliced mutton, since the restaurant is named after some fat lamb, no? :p
Most unfortunately, I ordered the thick, sliced mutton which turned out extremely gamey and I really dont like it..
Thinly sliced beef fared way better..
Just dip into the boiling soup for a few seconds and it's good to eat.
The herbal soup served in Xiao Fei Yang was thick and strong , which can be rather heavy for some diners. Overall, I left the place rather unimpressed; the food was mediocre, the soup was just ok and pricing wise- quite steep. Not sure if I'll revisit.
Xiao Fei Yang is located at Damansara Utama, PJ, Selangor (main road, where 7 Eleven is).

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Blogger J said...

So how much did this meal cost?

07 July, 2010  
Blogger PureGlutton said...

Hmmm...so it's not impressive eh! I pass by this place all the time and had wanted to try it out...so now, no need la ;-)

07 July, 2010  
Anonymous jason said...

It's packed every night, so I thought it's supposed to be good.

07 July, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

J: 4 of us paid about RM40+ per person.

pureGlutton: I was not impressed..the soup is strong and thick, but just not the type that I usually like.

jason: it's not bad, just that I prefer smoother, mild, sweeter herbal soup when it comes to steamboat. I'm not a fan of mah lat and their herbal soup was skewed towards bitter, murky, harsh and potent. just not the type I like. but i must say, it's good for a rainy day (mutton and hot soup- my body would be so warm after that!)

07 July, 2010  
Blogger UnkaLeong said...

Wow that's a pretty hefty sum to pay for Steamboat ;)

07 July, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

unkaleong: sure was, didnt think it was worth that much..

27 July, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are right! The herbal soup was watery without taste served with plenty of raw garlic n raw red dates.. The servings were small and pricey. We paid rm131 for 1 serving of mutton, eel, Tapioca noodle, fish ball n fish noodle .... Service were bad.

18 July, 2012  

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