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Our Brunch In Pak Khong Restaurant, Kepong

Good food does not necessary come from expensive restaurants and beautiful decor on the outside.  Before we left for Ipoh, we were taken to this place here in Kepong, it is just next to the market style of place called Pak Thong.  We reached here around 11.30am and were the first customers for the day. 
We parked our car here and walked to the back... or is it the front??
I think the front is an open concept and we walked to the back which has an air con room....
Despite a few holes on the table cloth and a few mozzies that "greeted" u...
the food here is still worth coming by for.....
Their steamed fish was very fresh and the sauce reminded me of my childhood days....
I remember my mom used to steam like this too... simple and nice...
Sambal Paku Pakis....
er.... what shall I call this?
Innards?
Ok, stewed mixed innards....!
The knuckle but cooked in chinese style....
Not so sinful because it is only the skin and the bones... or should I say just the tendons....
Another dish not to be missed is the Claypot Curry Creamy Prawns that look like Lobsters...
Enormous that they were halved when served....
Well cooked.... the juiciness of the prawns in curry....
(Lai Yeow Curry, they called it)
The six of us could not finish the five dishes.... 
The remainder did not go into waste but were brought back to Ipoh....
And the bill from this Kepong restaurant came to RM212..... hmmmm....
Any comments from the pricing?


Comments

  1. wah, really pandai makan lah, from Ipoh makan until Kepong, haha!! i didn't even know this place leh, somemore they provided those electric mosquito bat for the customers?? haha, interesting.. and yeah, you are right!! the fish looks so delicious~~ :)

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    1. Have food will travel ma... I think this boss is very small heart.. we saw the bat near the table... so naturally we have to use that since we were the first customers... hahahaa...

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  2. Food looks good. Wahhhhhhhh!!!!! One huge claypot full of udang galah! Sure expensive lor - those don;t come cheap...plus you had fish some more. To be expected - RM200 plus.

    Keppng? Where ah? Selangor side? Thought you went to Penang? Who asked you to go there? Andy? Is that him in the photo?

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    1. waahhhhh.... so many questions! Kepong.. yes, in Selangor or KL.. whatever... No, Andy didn't go, I went with my girl and my family members...

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  3. I'd definitely go for the fish and prawns!

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    1. I think now Klang has lots of good food to eat!

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  4. Won't be surprised that it would cost that much. These two dishes, fish & prawns would cost a bomb. All in all, food looks great.

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    1. Yes, not surprising especially when there is seafood..

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  5. No wonder rn200 plus.the pork knuckle my guess is already rm40-rm50. Prawns at least rm70-80...plus fish leh....yeah it's that price la. Ahem chair nice ah?

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    1. Oh, chairs not so nice leh... so how ah... I think a bit expensive, right?

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  6. I think the price is ok, you didnot kena chopped. Seafood is expected to be expensive. I am interested in the fish dish.

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    1. I feel a bit overpriced la.. but as long as the food is nice, it is justified.. :)

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  7. Wow, those knuckles looks so tasty! But I think I will only nibble a bit, scared of the fats ma! xD

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    1. No fats.. just tendons.. good for er... knee caps? :)

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  8. The steamed fish looks good leh.

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  9. Great pictures, Claire! You really captures the moistness and goodness.

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    1. Thank you , Ginny .. my camera is just the normal type.. :)

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  10. Sometime you will be surprised to find good food in least expected places. Hehr.

    I like that steamed fish.

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  11. Call me jakun, I'm from KL, but never been to Kepong before.. I love steamed fish.. If it's not fishy, I can wallop two bowls of rice with just the gravy alone.. Oohh, that innards, I call it "lou mei".. Yep, a bit rude in cantonese, but it's really called "lou mei".. Tongues, ears, everything, teehee..

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    1. Lou Mei better than Nya Mei.. hahahaa... more rude... That is unhealthy food...

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  12. I will go for the steamed fish, hehe....

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    1. Most of us here go for the healthy food.. hahaha..

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  13. Claire, the lai yau curry is so delicious and sinful. Eat already I must work out double of the amount.hahahah

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    1. Oh dear... don't remind me, Ling... I din't work out leh... LOL...

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  14. Is around that price...I guess~~~

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