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Sungai Wang aka Kam Hor In Kampong Simee

I recommended this place to my colleague... she has yet to try and she might go after this post. LOL..

This open aired restaurant is called Sg Wang aka Kam Hor in Kampong Simee, same row with the market.  It is quite crowded during the evening so the best time to go is around 6pm if we want our food served fast.  One nice thing about this place is that after the meal, they will normally serve some sweet desserts (tong sui) and they are really sweet!

As for the dishes, these were what we ordered for a table of six...
Their own signature dish.. highly recommended if one hasn't try this before...
Comes with mayonnaise...
Something like some duck meat inside ... anyway, try it... no regrets!  LOL....
Claypot yam with pork ribs... and some chinese sausages to enhance the tasty, I guess....
Some greens is a Must...
But this dish is not cheap, I reckon.....
Another claypot of eggplants with minced meat....
Lastly and not least, the fish is not to be left out as well...
Just look at the "Hidden Treasures" at the side...
Very unhealthy? Agreed.. hahahaa....
And as for the bill, it came to around RM80...
 

Comments

  1. The 1st dish looks like "wor peng", dessert that has pastry skin sandwiching red bean paste haha

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    1. yes, but it is not that... nice and savoury type..

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  2. Wei!!!! What happened to your decision to eat less now that your girl is not around? Old habits die hard eh? Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. This one was before she left.. heheee... still on food marathon!

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  3. The duck meats dish is so tempting!!

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    1. Yes, I think the old and the young will like.. hahaha..

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  4. I must try the fish .... lots of crispy deep fried pork lard bits lol! must go keh after seeing this dish;)

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    1. Very "healthy" to our taste buds, Elin!! hahaha..

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  5. Drooling, nice food. Really a food hunter.

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    1. Still looking out ... by word and by mouth.. hahaha..

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  6. wah, the Food Mayor of Ipoh recommends this, surely nobody should give it a miss lah.. hmmm, the first dish looks good, like some chinese pancake or was it egg wrap?? the pork ribs and the veggie with mushrooms also looks yummy woh.. the fish, haha!! pork croutons stuffed inside??

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    1. Yes, I like the first dish... no other place so far has done it..

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  7. Claire, this is the first time I ever remember you mentioning mayonnaise! I was thinking maybe it is a condiment not used much there. Here, we go through big jars every month and put it on everything, especially sandwiches!

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    1. Yeah, over here, only on the western food.. not much on asian food though.. :)

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  8. I like the look of the signature dish. I wanna try it. Hehe.

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  9. manyak sedap oooooOOOO....drooling!

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  10. Have not try before the signature dish...

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  11. What is the name of the signature dish? The price is ok for the amount of food.

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  12. For a moment there I thought u in kl

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  13. The fish looks good with loads of pork lard hidden at the side. Wo.w.......must be appetizing to goes with plain white rice

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