Update: This branch is now permanently closed.
Despite it being one of the pioneers when Setiawalk Mall opened in Puchong, I’ve never been to the Wong Kok Char Chan Teng branch there. Maybe it’s the darkly lit interior, which doesn’t look as inviting as the boisterous Japanese and Korean restaurants clustered near the fountain area.
S and I went to grab dinner before our movie and we were craving Hong Kong food, so we finally decided to give this a try! 🙂
They have a very extensive menu with over a hundred items – can be a bit dizzying for someone dining here for the first time! Aside from traditional noodle and rice dishes, they also serve fusion cuisine like cheese-baked rice/spaghetti, stir-fried spaghetti, toast and snacks. For drinks, you won’t go wrong with the HK-style milk tea. Bonus: If you come on your birthday and show IC as proof, they give you this giant milk tea that you can share with friends (or if you want to drink it by yourself it’s fine too lol).
When I mean giant I mean GIANT. Like this:
ye like YUGEEE. Image from foodspotting.com
S had the baked cheese rice with chicken chop. The food came served in a wooden steamer, wrapped around with aluminum foil. We could see the generous layer of cheese bubbling at the surface.. salivates
I wanted carbs without the rice, so I opted for cheese baked seafood angel hair pasta with special sauce. The sauce turned out tasting like mild curry, the cheese was gooey and soft, and the pasta portion was generous, as was the seafood – crab meat stick, shrimp, fried fish fillets (admittedly these were a bit soggy since they had been fried and then baked).
The meal wasn’t half bad, and came up to about RM50 for the two of us. Another option for food if I’m in Setiawalk next time. 🙂
WONG KOK CHAR CHAN TENG (SETIAWALK)
G-02-G, Block G, SetiaWalk, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat
Bandar Puchong, 47160 Puchong, Selangor.
SUN – THURS (11am – 10pm)
FRI & SAT (11am – 11pm)