The fish was good, the deep-fried chicken was great as it was something new and we have never eaten deep-fried chicken coated with finely ground salted fish before. And the green vegetable is called dragon vege.
Well, the food was as good as can be because the owner claims that it’s all home cook style and we noticed that the whole family was running the restaurant maybe 3 to 4 generations are all there.
Restaurant Hee Soon Fong
Jalan Klang Banting,
Telok Panglima Garang,
Located beside the shore at Tanjong Sepat, one can enjoy the breeze and even the sunset when dine in at Bay Watch restaurant.
A no-frills restaurant setting, al-freso dining with great Malacca Straits view!
Very affordable and fresh seafood lunch with scenic view, we couldn’t ask for more!
Bay Watch Restaurant
72, Jalan 3, Tepi Laut
42800 Tanjong Sepat
This restaurant has been here for ages and the food here is still so good. Their signature dishes are the steamed fish head and tofu with fish balls.
2, Lorong Lang,
If you have not been here before you will have difficulties searching for this restaurant. Sunset with some seafood escaping the hustle and bustle of the city. A great environment for diners.
Their Signature dishes are Seafood Congee, Assam Fish, Salted Egg Mantis Prawn or Prawns, baked Crabs and Steamed Clams.
The food here is something that we can recommend to others but lately the prices has gone up beyond beyond reasonable.
Perlama Seafood Restaurant
No. 6, Jalan Tangki,
Off Jln Kem,
42000 Port Klang
This place is very near the old airport and as I was sitting in the restaurant eating my lunch I saw through the window Air Melindo was making a landing into the airport runway.
One of the most famous restaurant in this area. Food is fresh and tasty, service is good, very spacious inside and most importantly pricing is not expensive.
Choong Foong Seafood Restaurant
8, Lorong 1d,
40150 Shah Alam,
Chee Hun Ken(tapioka noodles), one of the best in town i ever had. And a lot more combination and style of seafood dishes.
Seafood Restaurant Chiem Choo
Lot 236, Jalan Sg.Putus, Batu Belah,
Port Village has been at Tg Harapan (North Port) for some years now.
As you walk along the plank walkway to the restaurant you pass big aquariums with live fishes and prawns. These can be selected for your meal.
It’s a simple, spacious place with wooden tables and plastic chairs.
The ambiance is very natural, windy, shady, small wave roaring but the seawater is, of course not clean as expected. No crystal blue water here. Well, this restaurant was built on top of it and you could expect some of the washing, cooking dispensing will right into the water… well, overall the scene is calm and it just gives you the feeling of SEAFOOD…
No matter what, this place is wonderful for family gathering, have a great meal, chi chatting, beering , enjoying the scene, listening to sea water … contemplating at boats…. that’s one of the wonderful life that we should appreciate… The crabs, kum heong bamboo clams and Hailam Mee must try!
Port Village Seafood Restaurant
Lms-A-12800, Tanjung Harapan,
41000 Port Klang,
Halal Chinese style cooking with Malay/Thai influence. Great food and the tom yam soup was excellent.
Restoran Sri Chengmai
327 & 328, Sek 27,
Jalan Sri Cemerlang
15300 Kota Bharu,
This is a great seafood restaurant at Kuala Sepatang (Port Weld). The dining area is right on the river opposite the mangrove forest and there are lots of boats to watch whilst waiting for your food. We had the famous flower crab and the rest of the other seafood and vegetables. After dinner we took a boat ride to see the amazing fireflies.
Xin Kuala Sepetang Seafood Restaurant
Lot 155B Tepi Sungai,
34650 Kuala Sepetang,
Sitiawan is known for its strong Foochow heritage. Various traditional Foochow dishes such as Red Rice Wine Vermicelli, “Kong Piang” are served in Sitiawan restaurants and households alike, as well as this “Goroow” which is Spicy and Sour Fish Maw Soup. Fish maws are fried before adding it into the sweet & sour soup, other ingredients found were wood ear fungus, egg and chives. The broth is spicy, sour, sweet, savoury and eggy-thick, a very satisfying soup indeed. Another renowned Foochow dish made with red glutinous wine, mee suah and chicken.
O chien a crispy rendition that I never try before and this certainly a lot better than the common oyster omelet that contain soft and chewy batter. Studded with copious of small oyster, this crispy deep fried egg omelet was addictively delicious and go well with the famous Kampung Koh chili sauce too!
Restoran Makanan Laut Villa
384, Kampung Cina,