Wok Dish Way @ Kota Damansara

Wok Dish Way Lei cha Chinese Restaurant Kota Damansara
Wok Dish Way‘s signature “Bu Zhi DaoLei Cha

Registered business name: Resipio Enterprise

Type: Lei cha, Chinese, Singaporean, non-halal

Location: 2A-1 , Jalan PJU 5/10, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Price range: RM0.60 – RM35.00

Loyalty card: n/a

Contact no: 03-6150 7496

Business hours: 12pm -10pm

Payment options: Cash only

Car park: Roadside

WIFI: (no info)

Website: http://www.wokdishway.com.my

Wok Dish Way Lei cha Chinese Restaurant Kota Damansara
Clockwise from top left – Lei Cha with White Rice (RM7.90); Lei Cha Fried Rice (RM9.40); Claypot Pork Trotter with Vinegar (RM11.90); Fermented Bean Curd with Pork (S – RM8/ B – RM15).
Wok Dish Way Lei cha Chinese Restaurant Kota Damansara
Clockwise from top left – Fermented Bean Curd with Pork (S – RM8/ B – RM15); Fried Chicken Wing (RM15); Special Jiang Bao Dish (RM10); Deep Fried Fish in Sweet & Sour Sauce (S – RM15/ M – RM25/ B – RM35).

Wok Dish Way Lei cha Chinese Restaurant Kota Damansara
Clockwise from top left – Mee Hoon Kueh Segamat Style Soup (RM6.90); Crispy Seaweed (RM7.90); Cendol (S – RM3.50/ B – RM6.90); Special Cucumber (RM4).

Wok Dish Way Lei cha Chinese Restaurant Kota Damansara
Clockwise from top left – Special Drink (RM3.50), Iced Longan with Ribena (RM3.50), Cincau Soy Bean (RM3.50) & Ice-blended Lei Cha (RM7.90); Ice-blended Cucumber Lemon (RM6.90) & Ice-blended Red Bean (RM6.90); Wok Dish Way outlet in Kota Damansara Petaling Jaya; the inside of the restaurant.

Verdict: Wok Dish Way has a broad variety of home-cooked food choices on their menu with lei cha as their signature; even non-vegetarian foods are available as well. From what I got to taste, non of the dishes are exceptionally spectacular nor ghastly. Although I wasn’t quite a fan of vegetarian food or lei cha, I liked the unique taste of the stuffs that were made with their signature ingredient. Lei cha lovers would definitely love what this restaurant has to offer. Great ambiance too. However, the portion of some of the servings are relatively small and the pricing is not completely reasonable.

Favourite & most unusual: Lei Cha Fried Rice (RM9.40) – It is exactly what the name tells you. It tastes so weird, I liked it. Personally, I felt that it’s way better than consuming pure lei cha. However, almost ten bucks for just a small portion of rice and side dishes is overpriced.

Least favourite: Special Cucumber (RM4) – It’s almost like eating cucumbers with cheap chicken rice sauce. The cucumbers do taste and look a little higher quality than the usual though.

Rating: 3 / 5

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