RM13.50 for Large Claypot Loh Shu Fun + 5 Choices of Meat (Small) + 6 Choices of Soup @ LSY-Pot (for 2-4pax)
22, Jalan Puteri 2/4,
Bandar Puteri Puchong,
Tel : 012-904 0866
Weekdays: 11am - 10pm
Weekends & Public Holiday: 10am - 10pm
Closed on 22nd Jan - 24th Jan 2012
Not The Ordinary Claypot Loh Shu Fun!
LSY Pot, a restaurant that focuses on claypot dishes, has just arrived in Puchong recently. The owners first opened an outlet at Bercham - the land famous for claypot chicken rice, near Ipoh, Perak five years ago, before entering the Klang Valley market in January this year.
They insisted certain ingredients, such as the oyster sauce and light soy sauce, must only come from Ipoh as they are of the best quality.
Famous claypot lou shu fan
This famous claypot lou shu fan was the soupy version instead of the typical dry one with dark brown sauce. The dish contained prawns, pork liver, minced pork balls, fish cake slices and Chinese cabbage. For those who want some kick can savour it with belacan, a shrimp paste with chilli.
Sweet & Sour Pork Ginger Onion Fish Fillet
This deal offers Large Claypot Loh Shu Fun, together with meat with the likes of Braised Chicken Feet, Ginger Onion Fish Fillet, Kung Po Chicken, one piece of BBQ Chicken, or Sweet & Sour Pork. There are also 6 choices of healthy soup to choose from: Chicken Wine, Bitter Gourd, Lotus Root, Old Cucumber, Black-eyed pea + Peanut or Pig's Stomach With Pepper.
Chicken Wine Soup Black-eyed pea + Peanut Soup
Come and enjoy this delicious meal!
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ReviewsThe famous LSY-Pot now at Bandar Puteri Puchong. The restaurant has also been featured in The Star’s kuali.com. Take a look at these reviews:
Their famous claypot loh shu fun!!! =) This is a MUST TRY!!!~ eforericyong.blogspot.com
The chicken pieces came with generous slices of salted fish and lap cheong – sort of a heavenly, salty Chinese surf-and-turf. The rice itself was perfectly crusted at the bottom of the pot, giving us delicious bits of almost cookie-like crusts to crunch on with the meats.~ www.friedchillies.com
The lou shu fan was good! The soup was not too salty, fair amount of ingredients like prawns and fishcakes.~ http://en.petitchef.com
Different type of Claypot Chicken Rice where the rice was separated with the ingredients....tasted superb!~ http://about-uli.blogspot.com