I’m always a fan of good Chinese style BBQ meat, so when Jean suggested we check out Good Taste Char Siew at the relatively new commercial area of Eco Ardence, I naturally agreed.
As it turns out, the restaurant was previously at the other part of Setia Alam and since moved here to this new location, while offering more of the same things they previously had.
The menu is a one page affair with the usual suspects – roast chicken, duck, pork, chasiu, lap cheong (Chinese sausage), lohbak, sour spicy vege, braised chicken feet, and so forth. You’ll typically order rice to go with them, or wantan noodle if that’s your preference. Additionally, they also have quite a few ready-made dishes such as curry chicken if that tickles your fancy.
We ordered a trio of char siew, siu yoke, and lap cheong as the meat dishes, and a side of sour spicy vege to complement the protein & fat. Quality of meat were right up, siu yoke with crispy skin and properly roasted meat as well. Char siu tasted good and well balanced in fat/lean meat ratio, and lap cheong did not disappoint either.
However, if you want to have all three at the same time with quality that’s 80-90% compared to those, this is the place to go. Worth it? Definitely.