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Sungai Wang Seafood Restaurant In Kampong Simee, Ipoh

In less than a week, I went to Sungai Wang for my dinner... No, I didn't go to KL to have my dinner, this Sungai Wang is in Ipoh and in Kampong Simee....It is actually a corner shop or should I say a restaurant without air con but it is quite cooling, not to worry about that.  Diagonally opposite a primary school called Chung Tak, I took my friend on one occasion there on Thursday night and last evening, I took my family there...

For both my friend and I, we ordered three dishes and we were quite satisfied with what we ordered... something quite special especially the first dish here....
Steamed brinjals (eggplant) with Lots and Lots of toppings...
These fried garlic, dried shrimps, onions really "enhance" this dish to the brim!
Best!!
 The "Leng Lui" there recommended clams cooked with "kam heong" leaves
Great combination with the basil leaves, I love this too!
And I think we "over-ordered"
This is claypot mixed varieties....as shown here...
How to finish these three dishes by only Tow Ladies?
Well... I was surprised that we managed to!
A glimpse of how the shop looks like...
Open and airy....
For the above three dishes plus rice, the bill came to RM39.00...
These were taken on Thursday night....
Then last night I took my family to the same place for dinner...
But of course, we didn't order the same food... :)


Comments

  1. Food looks good and best part is so cheap. Portion is huge and luckily manage to finish all.

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  2. Rm39 for all these is not expensive at all, wonder if they do serve other fresh seafood? :P

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  3. Irene: that shows how hungry and tasty the food is... just the two of us ladies can finished it all.. :)


    ken: besides that, they have live fish.. not so sure got crabs or not, havent come to ordering yet..

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  4. kam heong clams!!!! yummy! =DDD RM39 only?!

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  5. That's a whole lot of food! Glad you liked it so much that you went back!

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  6. RM39 is really affordable! If only I live around there.

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  7. hahaha, three dishes for two ladies?? always too excited to order the nice dishes, ended up realized you cannot finished them.. but then the brinjals and lala and tofu all looked so delicious leh, how to choose right??

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  8. Oh there's a Sungai Wang in Ipoh also? LOL!

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  9. For RM39, all these dishes are relatively cheap. :D

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  10. The cam heong clams must be darn yummy. :D

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  11. Ok, the usual stuff...but RM39 is soooooo cheap!

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  12. henry: only? yeah..only.. hahaa..


    ginny: yeah, went back for the 2nd time within 3 days...

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  13. mun: but then the salary in Ipoh is much lower.. :(


    sk: we finished them alright.. dont want to waste good food.. we ordered small rice so that we can stomach the rest! :)

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  14. foong: yes, Kam Hor.. hahaha..


    tekkaus: now come to think of it, it is cheap..

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  15. stp: you think so too? I think Sibu also serves reasonably cheap too..


    sharon: then you must come and try.. hahaha...

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  16. wow...that plate of brinjal is a STAR... love the toppings.

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  17. mnhl: hahaha.. star ratings!


    kathy: so cham ah... understood!

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  18. mnhl: hahaha.. star ratings!


    kathy: so cham ah... understood!

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  19. Great River Money *Sungai Wang* flows all the way up to Palor

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  20. I would love the brinjal and the lala..

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  21. The clams looks very good.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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