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Xiao Fei Yang 小肥羊 @ Off Jalan Pudu, KL

Pretty sure when I mentioned Xiao Fei Yang, most of you would shout "má là” 麻辣!Yes, I did too.
It was when we planned a birthday session for Citygal during her special day. We had so much fun laughing off at each other's juicy red lips after tasting and gobbling away with our tremendous orders for the herbal and 'mala' steamboat.


Herbal Chicken Soup and Ma La Peppercorn Seed Soup: the Yin Yong Soup 麻辣汤 (RM 22)
It was really kicking off our appetite. Sweats and heat that we can't avoid although we were seated comfortably in an air-conditioned restaurant. Despite that, we still manage to sweep the food away.
Define "mala"? Chili oil drenched into the peppercorn soup that creates a numbing and tingling sensation on the tongue. "Yum"

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Sterilized utensils like those in China, we've to pay RM1 for hygienic purpose.

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More sauces to go with the cooked ingredients from our hotpot. Extra kick!

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Some appetizers to welcome our tastebuds

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Side orders of cold dish was surprisingly good!
Pork belly slices on a bed of crunchy greens, tossed in a refreshing and tangy dressing.

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Known as Saliva Chicken 口水鸡, this dish is sure to make you salivate! Smooth cold chicken drenched with chili oil, fried garlic, onion and black beans.


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Some of our must-order hotpot ingredients:
Lamb, pork & beef slices and innnards, golden needle mushroom, pumpkin slices, yam sticks, cold bean curd 冻豆腐, bak choi 白菜, handmade noodles 手打面.


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WeiZhi's BDAY @ Xiao Fei Yang



Citygal's sweet moments.

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WeiZhi's BDAY @ Xiao Fei Yang1

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and we shared it with her
we love you Citygal :)



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AiWei's Light Marble CheeseCake


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Xiao Fei Yang 小肥羊 Restaurant
18, Lorong Thambi Dua,
Pudu, Kuala Lumpur 55100
Tel: +603 2142 6789‎
Note: They've recently opened a branch in Damansara Uptown. PJ peeps! Have you tried?

12 comments:

Anonymous June 5, 2010 at 12:14 PM  

There is quite a few places that offer this Sterilized utensils concept, which I personally think is not very environmental friendly.
Imagine the millions of plastic wrapper from it being dispose everyday worldwide especially in China. Unless they are using the bio-degradable plastic which I doubt so.

WyYv June 5, 2010 at 12:40 PM  

Nice birthday celebration there, I'm sure CityGal like it so much!

And look at the beef slices, it's so tempting although we can't eat beef :/

A very good post there, jia you jia you! Will be waiting for your coming posts~

ai wei June 5, 2010 at 3:28 PM  

i miss the day with you guys. the steamboat, the 2couples and the celebration! miss it lot :)

when's next?
(seems like i ask this ques too often liaoz)

jfook June 6, 2010 at 3:38 PM  

Omg, the food looks really great. Especially the beef slices..really omf..So tempting!

Huai Bin June 6, 2010 at 4:12 PM  

The yin yang steamboat looks spicy! I wonder if it's as deadly as it looks. I love spicy food!

I've seen this place before but never had the urge to go in.

Nice presentation on the steamboat ingredients, better than most, at least they make the effort to roll it up. Heh!

John June 6, 2010 at 4:13 PM  

walaueh, so nice the food. too bad i am far,

mel^^mel June 6, 2010 at 7:54 PM  

Yum, I love xiao fei yang, too bad the price aint cheap, -_- can only have it really once in blue moon... ^^

uLi.佑莉 June 6, 2010 at 9:43 PM  

Always pass by but never try. May be should suggest to my gang to have a visit. But RM1 for that utensils...errrr! Don't agree with this strategy lor...

Simon Seow June 7, 2010 at 5:49 AM  

At first the mala is quite nice but after eating for about 30 minutes, there's some funny feeling on my tongue that's quite annoying.

J2Kfm June 7, 2010 at 9:50 AM  

Sterilized utensils for RM1 each set?
I wonder how if I do not wish to use them. Bring my own? :)

Not as environmentally friendly though.

Anyway, thin slices of lamb is perfect for steamboat.

~Christine~Leng June 7, 2010 at 9:07 PM  

annonymous~
:) it's all for hygienic purpose. Believe it's biodegradable :)


WyYv~
yea. she did!
it's a place u should go check out. Very kicking mala hotpot!


aiwei~
haha.. now u know. more coming up!


jfook~
all the beef, lamd slices were just great :)


Huai Bin~
hey, that's what i thought too! lol. They really have the effort to roll 'em up ;P

the numbing sensation on our lips... i love it. Do try. There's one nearby called Inner Mongolia. not sure which is better :)

~Christine~Leng June 7, 2010 at 9:11 PM  

John~
r u from Kuching? can drop by whenever u visit KL next :)


mel^^mel~
true :)
have this once in a while is enough. Can't take this often.. as will get bored of it fast. haha :)


uLi.佑莉~
yea. hope u like it :)
the utensils, think the follow their practice in China for hygienic purposes. That's why it's kinda odd to see it here.


Simon~
i like it! that's the feeling! hehe


J2Kfm~
haha.. you could :)
those lamb slices and mala hotpot was a heavenly match! :)



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