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Dinner For Six At Uncle Long Restaurant, Bercham Nova

HEARD THERE IS A NEW SHOP RECENTLY OPENED and we had not tried it yet.  My friend showed me some photos from the FB and I said "Let's go!"  And it did not materialize until come Friday night, the six of us were all ready and eager to go....

The shop's name is called Uncle Long and it is located in No. 1, Bercham Nova 4, Bercham Nova... Don't ask me why it is called Long, no, not Ah Long but Uncle... And the six of us went there to meet up around 7.30pm.

There is a menu placed before us and in no time, we have ordered five dishes for our hungry tummies!
Yummylicious!

Pork ribs Guiness Stout....
Yau Mak with fermented beancurd...
Steamed chicken with ginger....
My favourite Patong Okra... 
Sauce is like sweet sourish Thai style...
Crispy fried buttered squids.... 
My kids will love this!
Six of us were speculating how much it cost..
I thought it would be around RM100...
But it came to RM92... 
Next time we would like to come again to try their Bread with Prawns curry!


Comments

  1. The Pork ribs Guiness Stout is so tempting...

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  2. Oh? That is called yau mak? We call it Sabah yeu chai. Had that last night, not my favourite. My in-laws love it! Food looks good, very cheap. Got Uncle Short or not? Hehehehehehe!!!!

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    1. hahahaa.. so far, none.. hope there will be one..

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  3. I would love that buttered squid too!

    Uncle Long, I think the Long = Dragon gua, Cantonese... Long Suk

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    1. Perhaps... but in english it is Uncle Long...

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  4. Nice food with a nicer price! Guess all of you may come to eat here more often then?

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  5. Kiu soong again, nice wor.. I like 2 things - steamed chicken & buttered squids.. I can eat 3 bowls of rice with that chicken gravy..

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    1. hahahaa.. I would love to see you eat one day!

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  6. I am eyeing the Guinness Stout pork ribs!

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    1. Shouldn't be a problem for you to cook that, PH!

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  7. So cheap and very good dishes. The Okra dish attracted me most.

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