We arrived about 1 minute (plus minus) earlier than my parents! And everyone else, who came to mom’s birthday dinner at a restaurant that looks like the 40’s nightclub or red district. My first reaction seeing the color of interior through Facebook was a shock! SO RED! Mom whatsapped me, told me about dinner at this place, so I was curious, so Googled and found out that they have Facebook, so searched Facebook.
We had dinner at Foxxytong Cafe, 34-1 Jalan USJ 10/1E, 47610 Subang Jaya, Selangor. What a name! Strongly suggest that you make reservations because they have limited seats. Contact them at 011-12396967, 03-80216967, email@example.com, www.facebook.com/foxxytong to avoid any inconveniences.
They also offer services like parties and events like wedding chaperone, live band, magician, karaoke, and etc…. So if you are interested, get them at www.facebook.com/shanghaiaffairs and let me know how’s the service.
For your information, the photos were taken with my Sony Xperia. And they are not in the correct order (some).
This is an upstairs restaurant so it is not so convenient for elders or people with disabilities. I didn’t notice these photos, not until I came downstairs, after dinner. I was looking at the unit numbers as I have never been here. So… I wonder if anybody ever steal these. The interesting staircase, with frames of photos on both sides of the wall. Photos of diners, photos of memories. This is the dessert. Nothing special, just gingko, white fungus, red dates and dried longans. Broccoli! My favorite!.The only vegetable dish on the table. Nothing to shout. Spicy pork belly that was half spicy half not (the pork is spicy but the quail eggs not).It is a recommended dish in th menu. This is an add-on to the set. Mom ordered set for 10 persons. You can always add more if not enough. If money can solve, no problem right? Come with an empty stomach, leave with a full stomach. The poon choi. This ain’t the best because not much ingredients compared to the one we had in Sungai Buloh. Instead of eating layer by layer, we dug in to get the treasures. No idea what rice is this but I think is yam rice. Now… I don’t usually take photo of toilets unless something interesting inside. There is actually a big mirror opposide of this toilet seat BUT I don’t take photos of mirrors. I do take selfie in front of mirrors but I defintely don’t take just mirror photos. The men. The ladies. The mini stage that I nearly tripped me. The corners are sharp so becareful. The up close loofah soup. I find it a bit tasteless, eventhough tasted peppery. I think it will be much tastier if I add in the vinegar (not a fan of vinegar). There is not love at first sight when I saw this because the color is not tempting enough but since it is a soup, so just drink. I don’t usually drink soup when dining outside. Our Chinese tea inside this big flask. Nowadays very hard to get good quality flasks of this kind. Bad quality ones, a lot! Decorations of those days. Mix and Match section for parties. You can pretend yourself as the dowager, the performer, and etc… Just for fun and is free! Photo decorations everywhere. I expect them, printed because who is free to draw them all? And isn’t it printing them is much cost saver and faster?
Overall not bad. They played the oldies, songs that are so much older than me, and not my type. Anyway, give it a try.