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Fatty Crabs In Petaling Jaya

FOR OUR DINNER, MY FRIEND TOOK US TO FATTY CRAB RESTAURANT... To avoid the crowd, we were told that it is best to go before 6pm.. To our astonishment, the ground floor was fully seated and we had to sit upstairs even though the sun has not even set yet.  I remember eating in Fatty Crab many years ago, it was in an open space then......
To start off the dinner, we ordered some fried chicken wings as appetizer...

My handphone is definitely not making these wings yummylicious as they were... 
Then we ordered a plate of fried rice....
We were actually quite full so this plate is only for two persons' portion....
What we wanted to eat was the crabs....
Heard that the sweet sour sauce is the best in Malaysia!  hahahaha...
Ok, just my own version of words only....
Of course, there are many others elsewhere which I have not try before....
The sauce is really very nice.... I kept on sipping and sipping on it....
That was our dinner.... 
And I would love to go back again one day...
Cos I haven't try the toasted bread to go with the sauce yet..
My tummy space was just too "limited" that evening!


Comments

  1. the fried rice is nice yes? satay is good too...

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    1. Fried rice was tasty... we didnt try the satay cos we were too full already...

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  2. now i would say i am very *jakun* because i don't think i have been to Fatty Crab before, or maybe just once or twice that i can't even remember, hahaha!! BTW, the chicken wings and the fried rice look good!! i am happy with these two dishes even without their famous crabs..

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    1. Hope you go try one day... satay is also nice.. WK said..

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  3. I orang PJ oso have never step foot here. Shy now.

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    1. Cos you have better food than this? hahaha.. Go earlier if u want to go..

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  4. Wow! Super-licious dinner! Everything looks really yummy!

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  5. Never tried sweet sour sauce crab before, I prefer Chilli Crab, oh no, now I am craving for crab, I must have my Chilli Crab soon!!!

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    1. Chilli is very "umph" but I'm afraid I cannot tahan..

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    2. The chilli crab is not that spicy, I still can take it and go with the "man tou" very sedapThe chilli crab is not that spicy, I still can take it and go with the "man tou" very sedap

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  6. The famous place? Heard of it but nobody ever took me there. Sobssssss!!!!!

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    1. So sad... next time you must be taken there!!

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  7. Every dish looks good. Bet I will go for the chicken wings & fried rice only.

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    1. You also don't like crabs? I seldom eat cos expensive...

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  8. Long time no go Fatty Crab already.. Reading your post makes me miss there.. I like 2 things only from there - fried rice and the "no need to say" signature dish - crabs.. Crabs with whatever sauce also can, as long as it has LOTS of creamy wet sauce, to be eaten with fried mantau..

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    1. Oh got fried mantau? We didnt order cos quite full already...

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  9. I loves all the foods in your blog, yummy...

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  10. yup have to be there before 6pm...like you go on weekend lagi have to be early 5pm have to be there jor if want nice table. Otherwise have to wait and long queue leh

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    1. Yeah long queue leh when we came down.. hak to ngor..

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  11. Claire, I never been here before despite this place is not far from us. Every time I see the long queue, I lari first.haha

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    1. Yeah... lari opposite.. heard there is fish head curry nice too!

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  12. I have stopped eating crabs for a long time already because of the cholesterol content, and it is messy job to eat crab too. The fried rice look colourful, the orange thingy must be carrots.

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  13. I am not a fan of crabs, so I will attack the chicken wings and fried rice!

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    1. Many are not fan of crabs... maybe messy right?

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