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Exotic Dishes For The Second Time Here

Within a week, I was in Sungai Wang two times. In my previous post, it was on a Thursday and on Sunday I went there again with my family. This time instead of asking the "captain's recommendation" on the food, I looked up to the pictures displayed at the entrance.  (That is the problem of being illiterate in Mandarin!)

From the pictures displaced at the top of the door entrance, I pointed to a few dishes and these were what were served within minutes....
Petai with sambal minced meat... 
Just look at the generous servings of the petai...
It only cost RM12 !!
This time we ordered Steamed Clams...
I still prefer them to be cooked with basil leaves... as in my post here.
I saw this picture displayed... and I pointed at it... 
 Glad that I ordered it...
Not sure what it is.. something of a pancake and eaten with mayonnaise..
This time I ordered these three dishes for 4 of us...
Bill came to around RM45 including drinks and rice...
Not a bad deal, right?



Sungai Wang Seafood Restaurant,
158, Jalan Pasar,
Kampung Simee,
31400 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Comments

  1. Food looks good & appealling. Such a huge portion of petai sambal for only RM12, pretty cheap. Guess you will be going back there for more nice food.

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  2. Irene, you are right! I want to try all that is shown on top of their entrance.. hahaha...

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  3. The pancake thing looks very unique, at first glance I thought it's otak otak inside, haha xD

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  4. I wish I knew your money! I always miss out on that. But the pancake thing looks very good, almost like brownies for dessert.

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  5. Ginny, our money here is definitely smaller.. you just have to divide by 3... :)

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  6. Until today I still can't really stomach the taste of petai. :p

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  7. sambal petai?? PASS!! hahahaha.. but i think that load at only RM12 is quite cheap though i don't eat petai.. the clams looked good also lah, "sheung tong" style?? my favorite woh.. and the pancake, is it some kind of dessert or main dish, what's stuffed inside??

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  8. Very affordable indeed! I like to eat petai. Yes, I would also like to know what is the filling in the pancake? Is it sweet or savoury?

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  9. First dish - No No for me.
    Second dish - Looks yummy. I can finished the whole dish.
    Third dish - what exactly is inside. Looks yummy but just not so adventure if i don't know what is inside :p

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  10. Inititally I was stunned! I tot you got this in Sg Wang KL and I tot WOW SO CHEAP!!!

    But as I read on.. it's in Ipoh. Haiz.. so far away from me :(

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  11. Wow, all the foods are so tempting and it's makes me drooling...

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  12. tekkaus: i guess many still cannot stomach it.. hahaha..


    tz: i like to try new food.. i was told it was coated with duck meat a bit and the rest is secret recipe! :)

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  13. sk: i think most men dont like petai then..but good for health wor...


    mun: the pancake is a bit sweet and savory.. I like it.. a bit of duck flesh but couldnt really taste it...

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  14. merry: no way this price comes from KL., right? :p


    sharon: then u must come to IPOH.. hahaha..

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  15. That plate of petai is really huge. Nowadays, raw petai is expensive. But I never like petai.

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  16. dont wnna fren you jor...petai my fav leh...cannot eat now :(

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  17. Hmmmmm...never had petai like that, always with sambal prawns or sotong. Would love to give it a try!

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  18. mnhl: yeah..not many people like.. but i do like.. :)



    kathy: never mind, fren me back when u come ipoh ... :)


    stp: yes.. cos my mom cannot take prawns..so we ordered with minced meat.. :)

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  19. these dishes are not the usual dishes I would order if we were to eat out. Not many people know the Petai dishes, hardly see any selling in the pasar here.

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  20. Agnes, over here dishes are quite common with one another...

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