The exterior of the restaurant is resplendently decorated with red Chinese lanterns, potted green plants and some aquariums filled with live fishes and river prawns in one corner.
The interior looks pleasant, clean, bright and spacious with a huge round plastered ceiling and is fully air conditioned.
My niece HLingand her husband CCChoong was our host and they did the ordering which included Tanjung Tualang's famous river prawns and river fishes if not it will be like what CUMI & amp:CIKI said-eating"Nasi Lemak without Lemak"
Wild river Prawns was sold out the previous night-have to settle for steamed cultured Prawns-garnished with sliced Ginger and Coriander leaves-Prawns was small in size but tender and succulent-Rm45/.
House made White Beancurd bathed in sweet Soy sauce and complemented with a topping of chopped Spring Onion and deep fried Shallots-lusciously smooth and melt in the mouth-Rm8/.
Cultured Prawns tossed in Soy sauce-was firm, juicy and fragrant - a fabulous choice -preferred it done this style-Rm45/.
Snakehead Fish (Chim Choi Pan)-a wild and rare Snakehead fish for fish connoisseur-was deep fried "SMOOTH" (deep fried in a hot wok of cooking oil under a low flame until cooked)-the skin was smooth and the meat was sweet and very fine in texture-Rm57/.
Chee Kiok Sheen (Vinegar pig trotter)-was ready cooked-the meat detach easily from the bone and was full of the black Chinese vinegar flavor and sweetness from the Palm sugar and Black Dates-with lots of smashed old Ginger-average-Rm16/.
Stir fried Petai (Twisted cluster beans) in Sambal Belacan (Shrimp paste) with chopped Red Chillies, Onions and Cuttlefish cutlet-the Petai was crunchy and pungent-Rm10/.
Stirfried Kangkong (Water Spinach) in Sambal Belacan (Shrimp paste) with fresh prawns-leafy and salty with an explosive aroma-RM8/.