Best fried oysters in PJ

Very sorry for not writing for a while. The both of us have been pretty busy. Anne’s busy with a project at her workplace, & is cracking her head on C# & ASP stuff, while I’ve been cracking my head on VBA in Excel for automation using macros, & was on MC yesterday for high fever. Feeling better now… wergh.

Anyways, here’s more on some recommended food/food places:

Last week, I had some really good ‘hoe-chien’ (Hokkien for fried oysters). I can dare say that this place offers the best fried oysters ever! It’s located at a coffee shop called Tea Time Restaurant, Taman Mayang Jaya, Petaling Jaya. Situated right behind the old building of Lim Kok Wing College, this humble coffee shop offers a variety of food, from the tai chow (Chinese stir fried food: rice, veg, meat, etc), to noodles like prawn mee, pan mee (tom yam pan mee too!), Sarawak kolok mee, to the Bah Kut Teh.

The rest of the variety is so-so, but this Fried Oyster is one to enjoy! The oysters are huge, & the serving is proportioned to the price paid; a small plate (which serves 2-3 persons) costs RM8. I find it quite reasonable, considering the size of the oyster 😛 The big plate costs around RM10-12, i think.


You’ll find this common-looking coffee shop at the corner, with a yellow signboard and red wordings. It’s quite easy to locate if you know where Taman Mayang Jaya is in the first place 🙂 Do try it out 😉

Tea Time Restaurant
Jalan SS26/9a (not too sure)
47410 Taman Mayang Jaya
Petaling Jaya.

Landmarks: Old Lim Kok Wing College, SK Taman Megah, SRJK (C) Yuk Chai, William’s mamak, Relax Station

I’ve included a self-drawn map. It’s not the best, but I reckon it does help 😛 FOr further enquiries, don’t hesitate to drop by & ask us!


– Ruth & Anne


6 Responses so far »

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    kfchan said,

    Wow, looks good… I’ve always been wondering where to find great fried osyters in Klang Valley. Usually they are so tiny.. it’s pathetic.

    I must go and try this place you recommend. Do they open at night?

  2. 2

    perutbesi said,

    Perutbesi to kfchan: Hi there! Thanks for dropping by 🙂 Yes, they open at night. The fried oysters stall is only opened at nights. During the daytime, there’s just noodles & chicken rice. Daytime’s best at the coffee-shop opposite this Tea Time Restaurant…(name only Tea Time)…the western food there is a MUST TRY! Will cover that another time 😛

  3. 3

    Zoe said,

    kfchan, yup, the tea time is opened till midnite.. 12am still have.. ruth, seems like, u always come mayang ah.. never come and find me! i agree that the oysters are big.. but.. fried oyster should come with eggs isnt it.. the egg is so minimal… but no doubt, its is big and well priced.

  4. 4

    perutbesi said,

    Perutbesi to Zoe: Hi Zoe! I don’t go there all the time lar..hehe…just happened that I was there more often that time. The fried oysters ada egg la, just that in this photo, the oysters stand out more than the eggs! Haha… 😀 Let’s go makan together-gether one day 😉

  5. 5

    tanyao said,

    do u know where is this uncle selling o jian now?

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