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Food Review - Restaurant Bei Ping, Shah Alam

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Published Date Written by Jason Loo
I recently had the chance to have lunch with my in-laws at Bei Ping restaurant in Shah Alam. This restaurant was introduced thanks to my brother n sis-in-law who have dined at this restaurant a few times before. One thing to note ... this restaurant serves only halal food. So, no pork :)

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Anyway, this restaurant is operated by a best of Beijing-Malaysia couple, chef who hails Beijing and wife who's local. Anyway, the location of this restaurant is a little hidden in a shoplot among the Shah Alam industrial area. A hidden gem with a trove of delectable dishes (looking at the menu .. yummy yum yum).
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Anyway, for lunch, we ordered a few dishes namely lemon chicken, curry lamb with man tau, yam duck and assam fish. A side dish to note is the acar which was quite flavorful and a nice appetizer (as opposed to the usual peanuts etc).
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The first dish to arrive was the lemon chicken which was not too lemony..
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The second dish was one of the interesting ones I have eaten so far in any restaurant. The Curry lamb had a flavour of its own .. not too pungent nor spicy with a milky texture and tender lamb pieces. Inside the broth was also some veges and tau foo pok. There was also 'man tau' to go along with dipping into the curry and ooh man .. it was totally fantastic ! :)

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After trying out the curry lamb, next came the yam duck which was quite filling due to the fried yam on top of the pieces of sliced fried duck. Another duck specialty of the restaurant is the duck meat wrapped in popiah skin. I would definitely come back again to try that .. you can see photos in other foodie review links below  ! ;)
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Lastly, the assam fish was served. It was truly another delectable dish. The assam flavor wasn't too sour and the fish was fresh and tender. Probably worth a dip with the 'man tau' (if there's any sauce or man tau left :P ).
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Lastly, watermelon slices were served as dessert. A refreshing, yet thirst-quenching fruit to serve on a typical hot day.
All in all, a nice restaurant .. one truly recommended for a Beijing eating experience :)
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Reviews :
http://stvmiapreciousmoments.blogspot.com/2009/11/blog-post.html
http://makantrip.com/2009/06/shah-alam-halal-beijing-food-at-bei-ping/

Restoran
Bei Ping (Halal) Sdn. Bhd.
No.6 Jalan Utas 15/D, Sek. 15, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor.
Tel: 03-5519 9291
GPS: N3 03.853 E101 32.267

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