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Seafood Restaurant Yew Kei At Tanjung Tualang

LUNCHING AT TANJUNG TUALANG...

Many have not heard of this small town Tanjung Tualang before, it is about 40km away from Ipoh town.  The township is famous for their freshwater prawns... not so much on crabs which I have thought all along.  Gone are the days when I used to come here for lunch with my kids and friends when I used to send them back to Petronas University. 

We trio continued our day trip to this corner restaurant called Yew Kei, among a few restaurants on the same row.  I think by now we have tried them all and their prices plus the food are almost the same as one another.  For the three of us, we did not order much, we need to save some space for dinner!  LOL...

Andy requested for Fried Oyster with omelette... 
A Small Size plate of their signature noodles... 
Indeed it was very tasty... just look at the generous toppings!
Plate of Wild Ferns called Paku Pakis.... 
And of course, their famous steamed prawns... medium sized... 
Two for each of us... 
The best part is always the head which can also be "hazardous" for some... LOL... 
For the 4 dishes above, the price came to around RM100... 
The portions were just nice, no need any packaging home... 

Comments

  1. Looks good lah! One day I must go for foodie adventure at all the places you have makaned. LOL!

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  2. Six prawns, two each...so there were three of you. Your daughter-in-law went too? LOL!!!

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  3. 100 is a good price for 4 dishes including the big tasty prawns.

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  4. The prawns look good and look big!

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  5. The prawns look huge! And Phil would love these beautiful fried oysters! They can be hard to find here.

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  6. Fried oysters for me!!! And fresh prawns too.

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