Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Ong Cheng Huat Seafood Restaurant In Bagan Lallang, Butterworth, Penang

From Butterworth, we drove up to Bagan Lallang for our lunch, it was around fifteen to twenty minutes away.. depending on the jam in town.  After some turnings here and there and through a small narrow lane, we reached Ong Cheng Huat Seafood Restaurant...
I was amazed that it has since expanded its premises.....
 The last time I went was in 2011....
The place was quite small then.....
So within a few years, it has expanded...
Business must be good!
Bigger space.. and no more houseflies..... 
Last time they put a candle on each table to keep away flies...
All the dishes are served on metal plates....
Informal "village" style...
Fried Popiah....
Their famous steamed fish....
Crispy fried Spring Chicken...
Famous dish too...
Greens....
Can we finished them all?? 
 
Getting ready....
Get Set..... 
GO!!!
As for the price,  2 pieces of RM50 still got a bit of change...



Ong Cheng Huat Seafood
2004, Bagan Lallang, Butterworth, 
13400, Butterworth, Pulau Pinang

32 comments:

  1. The fish looks delish ! Drooling!

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    1. Fresh too... and a lots of garlic as garnishing...

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  2. Would love to have the kang kong & chicken. Certainly great to be back here after a long absence. Happy 2015, Claire!

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    1. Oh dear Shirley.. I will certainly hop over your blog too.. really too busy!! :)

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  3. all looks nice & delicious to me!

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  4. Eh? They did some work on the car park already huh?? So smooth!
    Although this place is most famous for the spring chicken, but I think the best dish is something else, which you didn't order. Deep fried ice cream!

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    1. Oh really!! Never mind.. next round? :)

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  5. Ya, village style especially with the metal plates. The popiah looks very special and I like the crispy spring chicken.

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    1. Very small chicks, I thought they are burung puyuh...

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  6. The chicken and fish look very tasty! The fish look big too.

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    1. Price below RM100... I guess it is around there...

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  7. That's good! How did they get rid of the houseflies? Many food stalls would need to learn from them. Spring chicken looks like quail.

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    1. Yes, quite small chicks... one person can take one or two...

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  8. The fish & chicken looks nice. Notice the fish without tail.

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    1. Oh I didn't notice also.. hahaa... you have sharp eyes, Irene!

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  9. Yep first thing I notice is the metal plates.. Very homey.. I like the noodles, fish and chicken..Yau jiu sik dou man, life's good :)

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  10. The fried dish and spring chicken look very good. nice large tables too. Looks like a very popular place. You must have hundreds of food places in Ipoh!

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    1. This one is in Butterworth which is more than an hour away from Ipoh... :)

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  11. So cheap for all the food! I am flabbergasted.

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    1. hahaa... don't be.. next time you can try..

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  12. makan makan!!! never doubt the Ipoh Food Mayor Family, sure can finish all those dishes, somemore all looked so delicious and appetizing!!! two pieces of RM50?? hehe, okay la as long as satisfied~~ :)

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    1. Love to try new food.. the eyes are wide... but the mouth is small..

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  13. One of the day, we go find Ken, ok? keke...

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  14. not bad wor...have fish and chicken some more leh. kira cheap

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  15. Sure can finish all the food, no need to ask hee..hee...

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