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Seafood Dinner At Orang Asli Restaurant, Johor

 IN THE EVENING, WHEN THE MOON IS AT ITS REST... we went to the Asli Village to have seafood.  Aaron had never been there before even though he heard and seen our yummy dishes posted online.  This time he must go there for real... taste them good otherwise sure regret!  LOL...

We went back to the same open-air restaurant facing the seafront.  Ordered back almost the same food but cook in different styles.  Everything was good as usual... the bill came to around RM170 plus with drinks.
A couple of dishes came immediately after one another... 
Salted egg prawns... "sinfully unhealthy" but we love it all the same! 
LOL... 
We ordered eight of these... 
Fried noodles and we emphasized we wanted RM8 only!
Such a big portion came out... 
As for crabs, we ordered the spicy style this time... 
They were sold at RM90 per kg.. 
Some greens is a must.... 
And Steamed Clams... which were a bit overcooked... 
Overall, the food was great... and the price was reasonable too... 
And a big grin for the good food served!


Comments

  1. The cooking looks very Chinese or do the orang asli there cook in these same ways too? Our Dayak cuisine here is definitely very very different from the Chinese. What are those balls? Fried mantao?

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  2. Orang asli dishes? Look like Chinese to me. Or maybe just the name of the restaurant that is confusing.

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  3. Hahaha, good advice again. No eat sure will regret! See that happy face! No regrets now!

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  4. Must eat! Must eat! All dishes get the thumbs up from me :)

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  5. Nice dinner and all the dishes looks so good.

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  6. The Mantou go with crabs, the best!

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  7. What are the round balls? Aaron looks very happy with the food. Of course I am like your girl, would take the noodles!

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  8. Yummy dishes..I like the dishes you ordered.

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  9. You are sharing all the good food from JB now, I am going to Kluang Johor next month. Not sure anything good that I can find there. I was in JB last year.

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  10. Goodness! All the food looked sinfully sedap! I won't care about cholesterol and just sapu. The salted eggs always make everything tasty.

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