Looking for Paramount Garden food? If you are within the vicinity and is looking for value for money breakfast or lunch, head for O & S Restaurant which has about 15 hawker stalls offering diverse kinds of Chinese food for you to choose from. Better still, the food served is not charged with the normal 10% service charge and 6% GST.
This non air-conditioned corner shop is packed with customers throughout the day and you will probably have to wait for a table to sit when you come during the peak lunch hours from 12pm to 1:30pm. Hence, if you are planning to come here, come early to avoid the crowd.
You will need to come back here a few times if you want to try all the food that is served here. Almost all the food here is prepared and served by the owners themselves who have been operating their businesses for many years. Hence they have quite a big pool of customer base developed over the years.
Chances are that most of the residents in SS2, Sea Park, Paramount Garden, Section 13, Section 14, Section 17, SS2 and Jalan 222 would have known this famous shop. Here are some of the food that you may want to consider trying.
Paramount Garden Food: #1 Curry Laksa and Assam Laksa Noodles
These noodles are served by the same hawker stall and you can choose whether you want to have "mee hoon", "mee" or "kueh teow". The curry laksa is tasty and rich with coconut milk. Looks pleasant with ingredients such as chicken and "tau pok". It comes with lime which is supposed to be squeezed to add the sour juice to it. A bowl will cost about RM5.50.
The other famous noodles is the assam laksa which is not too spicy and is served with a generous amount of chunky mackeral fish. The price per bowl is also RM5.50. Cafe in other parts of the city will probably charged RM10-RM12 per bowl and may not necessarily be as good as this stall.
#2 "Chee Cheong Fun"
This is one stall that almost everyone will order the "Chee Cheong Fun" as part of the side dish to complement the main dish. There are two types of serving i.e. prawn paste or curry chicken. Both taste good and the speed of service is fast. Cost about RM2-RM3 per plate for the prawn paste type depending whether you are ordering small or big. The curry chicken version costs RM5.50 per plate.
This stall is located just beside the "Chee Cheong Fun" stall and serves "popiah" as well as "nasi lemak". Popiah ingredients include cooked turnip, egg, sauce and vegetables. Price is RM2 per roll. It is usually served in a plate where each roll will be slice into smaller portion. Can order and share with friends as one of the side dish.
#4 Claypot "Yee Mee"
If you like something hot, try this dish where the "yee mee" or dried noodles is cooked in claypot with egg, vegetables and "tau pok". Price is about RM7.50 per pot.
#5 Prawn Mee
This is one of the famous dish which is not too spicy and the soup has an authentic taste. Ingredients include slices of pork, water spinach, prawns, bean sprout, half slide of hard-boiled egg not to mention a generous amount of fragrant fried shallot. A regular-sized bowl costs RM5.50.
#6 Hakka "Yong Tau Foo"
Come early if you want to taste the "yong tau foo". Each piece costs RM1.20 and it is self-service style.
#7 "Wantan Mee"
A small-sized plate that comes with barbecue pork, vegetables and wanton soup is RM5.50. The noodles we tasted seemed a little bit hard though. We would rate this dish as normal.
#8 Fried "Kway Teow"
#9 Kway Teow Soup
The tasty soup's ingredient include fish balls, slices of fish cakes, chicken slices, pork lard, spring onions.
At about RM1 per piece, you can try the banana, yam and sweet potatoes fritters. The "Popiah" is also available.
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Paramount Garden Food - Getting Here
Address:1 Jalan 20/14, Paramount Garden, Petaling Jaya. Selangor.
Operation Hours: 7am to 3pm