Skip to main content

The Food In Kuala Sepetang

For just two of us, the food were abundant... one lesson learnt... next time before going again, I must get a bigger group, the more, the merrier! More people means can order more dishes... once and for all, eat until "muak", "lau sai", in english means "overflowing." But do bear in mind, never never waste food. Never order what we cannot finish, I must tell myself That!

The tempation is heavy but the stomach is small...

this is called fishlets, eaten with mayonoise...

we didnt order rice so we ate mantau instead...

they blend well with sweet sour crabs...

clams.. my favorite
notice the abundant garlic?

one thing though, eat while they are hot..


lastly & not least, the steamed garoupa seabass

teochiew styled with lots of shredded ginger...
the price? all came to RM66.00
expensive? or cheap?

Comments

  1. SEDAP!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bring me along next time :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I'm first in Kuala *Sepagi*. Alamak I'm on diet..strictly on seefood diet I eat whatever I see. Nice fresh fish. Price? Sorry I eat rice dunno rice price know only wallop haha. thanks

    ReplyDelete
  3. I would strongly recommend Sungai Kerang as it is the more down-to-earth type of seafood restaurant. No fanciful presentation, but big on taste.

    http://tarts-and-pies.blogspot.com/search/label/Sg%20Kerang

    ReplyDelete
  4. cheah: lala oooh..price i put there lo.. i m all for seafood too, as u said, seafood diet! hahaha.. how nice!


    merryn: come come!!! we r soliciting.. hahaha...


    mingna: where is sg kerang? kerang i love though my pimples will surely come out after that!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I mean dunno price is expensive or cheap I merely know how to wallop haha. However I would not travel too far just for the food but on the way maybe can tahan.

    ReplyDelete
  6. cheah.. i love that concept.. expensive or cheap, apa pun boleh!!! good! like that ah, have food will travel.. no kira.. hahahaa..

    ReplyDelete
  7. fresh fish always good!
    i scared bones only.

    ReplyDelete
  8. me me me...i volunteer to join you next time :p

    RM66 price is okay la since its seafood :)

    ReplyDelete
  9. =( Hungry, hungry... and hubby oredi asleep... kenot kacau him go eat. :( SIEN!

    ReplyDelete
  10. RM66 for two? *pengsan!!! Sea crabs are supposedly cheaper...and the fish wasn't a big slice... I love crabs cooked this way...but mud crabs. Not a fan of these sea crabs, not as nice.

    ReplyDelete
  11. tuti: if order a piece like that, not much bones one..only in the middle part..and those are big bones too.. :)


    kathy: ok, i reserve a seat for u :)


    cleff: kacau him la... hahahaa..


    stp: some said sea crabs are sweeter but mud crabs have more meat.. :) yeah, do u think they overcharged? i think so la..

    ReplyDelete
  12. i lao sai hao sui lar hahaahaa

    ReplyDelete
  13. yours is a case of 'eyes bigger than stomach' hahahahahaa..
    btw, i think the garlic is overfried for the lala.. too pungent eddy... what's seabass garoupa ? I tot they are different fish ?

    ReplyDelete
  14. manglish: come come.. lots of tissues here.. :)


    elaine: am i wrong? hahaha.. seabass is normally big fish at the bottom of the sea and she told us this garoupa is a type of seabass.. i also blur blur one..

    ReplyDelete
  15. me love lala too... and your fish looks very yummy eh...

    ReplyDelete
  16. Lovely meal and not too expensive for all you had. Lots of yummy seafood.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Yummy food but RM66 for 2 is a little bit expensive. But again, because of the seafood - lala, crab, fish, that's the price to pay. So, expensive or cheap, I'm also confused. haha.... nevertheless, eating is heaven. I don't mind paying for such food, ONCE IN A WHILE.

    ReplyDelete
  18. Erm... I also consider it's rather expensive. Anyway, the seabass looks nice.
    Have a pleasant weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  19. boeyjoey: these food was more than enough.. 3 people can eat, definitely..


    glennis: yes, once awhile can pay.. not all the time, sure go bankrupt fast :)


    alice: yes, i tot so too.. anyway, as i said, once awhile.. now go cari duit.. :)

    ReplyDelete
  20. Next time I visit WM, I must visit Ipoh! Welcome or not?

    ReplyDelete
  21. william: why not.. :) WM is quite beautiful.. hahhaaa..

    ReplyDelete
  22. hahaha... I think I have to salute you! haha... You're so funny!

    ReplyDelete
  23. Thanks for the post and especially all the pictures.It's really very tempting.I also don't like to waste food.Going by the list you must go in a bigger group next time around so that you can accommodate more items.Look forward to hearing from you soon again.

    ReplyDelete
  24. Kuala Sepetang? Hmmm..never heard of this place before, but i like the place. Look like a quiet and peaceful place. :)

    Two of you having so much foods!! Next time i want to tag along!!

    ReplyDelete
  25. Cheap la. we ate at PD, 2 separate restaurants but ordered about the same thing - fish, vege, egg/tofu and the bill around Rm50.

    ReplyDelete
  26. kristy: not so funny la.. kok kok kai wor.. hahhahaa..


    web design: sure, keep coming and i keep posting.. hahaha..


    annie: wonder when u can come..:)


    kiasumom: it is around that.. cos they know we come from bigger towns, sure charge more..if locals, less...

    ReplyDelete
  27. Rm66 okay lo, got fish got crab! I'm hungry di!

    ReplyDelete
  28. After the walloping, go go quick and check your cholesterol level, especially mmmmmmmmmmmm for our age,,,hahahahahah.

    take care ya, dont hantam too much of seafood though,,,,

    ReplyDelete
  29. cindy: ok lar.. a bit overpriced but ok..


    eugene: oooooooohhhh i never tot of my age la.. tot i am still young.. now u remind me.. OOOO.. thank u so much!!! i tot i m still very youngggggggggg!

    ReplyDelete
  30. Wah, so many nice seafood dishes! Next stop Kuala Sepetang, on my next trip!

    ReplyDelete
  31. pete: yeah.. u should.. then tell us what u ate.. :)

    ReplyDelete
  32. The clams look delicious but not the fish. :p

    ReplyDelete
  33. tekkaus: fish was nice if eaten with rice cos teochiew style is a bit sourish.. :)

    ReplyDelete
  34. Now I'm craving for crabs edi. Vy nice to dip mantou in the sweet sour sauce. Hmmm... maybe this w/end. slurp slurp

    ReplyDelete
  35. slavemom: do go or it!! :)

    ReplyDelete
  36. I think it the total price is ok because you ordered fish and crab.
    But hor, the crab not much meat is it?

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you, readers!

Popular posts from this blog

Our Orders From Afghanistan, Spanish And Australia

My Final post on the Food Festival in the Victoria Market on Wednesday night.... The atmosphere at the market was "enhanced" by the cheerful songs and music by a group band... It was indeed a merry evening filled with music-licous folk songs in the air... . Ok, how to find four seats in this crowd.... hmmmm....... Somehow we managed to... and these were what my boys brought back to our table.... Mexican rice with oysters... or is it Spanish rice?   Both are the same, I guess... LOL.... Afghanistan Food.... chunks of chicken meat with naan.... Brazilian food.... don't ask me what it is.... I just ate what was on the table....  But I am amazed by this giant burger....  ..... and what burger is this? They told me it is Crocodile Tail Burger! Meat from the crocodile tail?  Is it just a name or what... I really don't know... Took a few bites of it... and I am full!! Well, these were the food we

My Failed Project In Baking Mini Egg Cakes

FAILED THIS TIME..... I don't know why, I follow exactly the ingredients and the method written in her website but it was not successful.  Something went wrong somewhere but I don't think I want to try it again.  This recipe is called Mini Egg Cake which is supposed to be soft, airy, light sponge cake but the way I made them, they turned out hard and crusty cake.   If I try again one day, I will half the portion... cos I like to eat these traditional egg cakes.... The Ingredients...  No point putting the recipe here since I failed..  LOL...  The portions of this recipe....  It looked very promising when I put them into the oven.... Even when they were in the baking process... they look good, aren't they? LOL...  I was so happy just by looking at the mini egg cakes in the tray....  And after they were let out... my heart sank....  The minute I took them out from the tray, I knew... Hard at the top...  Tak Jadi = Failed.... Now come to t

Hooks for Writing an Industrial Revolution Essay

What would you say to a person to persuade him or  her to do anything you want? A well-structured utterance will be more efficient from a psychological point of view. Such written utterances may be called hooks. The role of a hook sentence is closely connected with the essence of the word’s original meani ng. Its notion is a metal, curved tool for catching fish. That  is  it! The main function of a grabbing sentence is  to catch somebody’s attention. Do not hesitate to use Spider Essay Writing Service  if you need to write your academic writing. Writing an industrial revolution essay, it may seem a little bit challenging to compose a coherent and releva nt statement that will attract people at the first sight. However, we can provide you with several pieces of advice on how to create a trap sentence even for a difficult topic such as the industrial revolution.  What Should You Do to Get an Eye-Catching Se ntence?  We single out several useful methods and tricks to make your