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Seafood Lunch At Kuala Sepetang And Desserts In Taiping

TEPI SUNGAI... is the name of the shop where we went for our seafood lunch.  With tummies three quarter full already, we did not order any carbs to go along with our meal.  We just settled for a few dishes and that was it.  Now I know why elderly people do not eat much....cos now I am feeling the same way!  So nowadays I eat moderately... ahemmm.... 

The scenery on the upper level... 
Going out to the sea and bringing back the catch in the evening... 
As for the food, we had fried wanton dumplings...
Steamed prawns....
Fried ones as well...
Assam "Chicken" Fish... 
Sweet Sour Crabs...
And that was about all....
No carbs.. just these dishes and they cost around RM180...
Someone mentioned that we should not leave without taking Cendol...
And so we must...
Another temptation when we sat down.... 
Ipoh is selling at RM4... whereas this one is only below RM2.... 
Mission accomplished....
Finally... we can called it a day!


  1. Ooooo...crabs!!! Haven't had that for a long long time. Too expensive.

  2. Tepi sungai. So properly named.

    Love the dishes especially steamed and fried prawns.

    And cendol to cool down on warm day.

  3. I have been wanting to try the cendol. Next time when I go there must try it. Ha :D

  4. We should have left some space in our tummy for the Taiping char koay teow!

  5. Why u call that chicken fish?

    1. Direct translate to English.. maybe it has lots of flesh..

  6. What beautiful scenery! The fish are the freshest you can get. The Assam looks the best to me, wish I could taste it.

  7. Cendul is a must have to go with rojak! All the dishes looks so tasty and rich in taste.

  8. See the chendol makes me crave for it...

  9. I am wondering whether all the seafood you ate were caught at this river too. I was told that many river restaurants sometimes got all their seafood supplies form elsewhere.

    The chendol is so tempting and very cheap la. Unbelievable price!

  10. Everything looks really yummy. I think that town is also famous for prawn fritters (cucur udang).


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