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Chef In Action At Tambun Stall

ON THE WAY TO TAMBUN, MY FRIEND AND I STOPPED AT THIS STALL TO HAVE OUR LUNCH....  It was a peak hour and there were many patrons already inside waiting for their food to be served.  This stall is quite special because the chef does his cooking in front of the patrons and we can see how he does his swift wok cooking!
Getting the ingredients ready...
Husband and wife teamwork....
I think our dishes are ready to be served.....
We had bitter gourd soup with mixture of meat and fish cakes...
Leeks with roasted pork... my favourite too...
And my friend recommended this dish... 
Kerabu ikan bilis with sweet and sourish taste... 
Very appetizing...
The three dishes with rice and drinks came to around RM22 for the both of us...
That answers why the crowd is there each day.....


Comments

  1. wah, the dishes are simple yet look super delicious, sure very good to go with rice.. the chef is cooking in front of the customers, that shows how confident he is with his cooking huh?? love the bittergourd soup, i wish i can cook that myself.. :)

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    1. I think quite easy... just dump everything inside.. hahahaa..

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  2. LOL!!! I do see this sometimes but I do not dare to take photographs, or maybe I would sneakingly snap one quickly...but no more. Scared later kena scolding.

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    1. I snapped from the table where I was sitting.. not standing up and going near.. so it is not so obvious..

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  3. Nice lunch. Simple, yummy & super cheap.

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  4. I love the ikan bilis and leek dishes. Super yummy!

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    1. Must go another time... our friend's favourite stall...

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  5. I got read wrongly or not ah...so cheap..

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    1. Maybe charged wrongly? My friend knows them... perhaps charged cheaper gua... next time go again and check whether same price or not.. hahahaaa

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  6. Only RM7 on average per dish, good price. I like to eat leeks stir fry with arrow roots. Do they serve this dish there?

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    1. Maybe he charged my friend cheaper than the normal rate gua... I also never thought about it... Arrow roots? Dont think so cos arrow roots only available during CNY

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  7. I will feel awkward if you ask me to take picture of the stall owner, scare wait they scold me...

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    1. Yes, normally I dont take but this one is just right in front.. no need to stand up and take also...

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  8. Three dishes with rice and drink RM 22, nice! But, leeks... onions... I will order other dishes! :D

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  9. I love to observe the chef cooking. With just one wok, he can dish out so many dishes including soup!

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  10. My first time seeing Kerabu ikan bilis. Looks delicious. :D

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