Sunday, December 20, 2009


We have two days of fun, frolicking in three types of man made pool-
1:hot spring water.
2:mountain spring water.
3.jacuzzi in the villa.

Cooking eggs (the middle tray is ours) with the hot spring water-10 minutes for hard boiled eggs.

Eggs cooking mission accomplished-a photo for remembrance!

......and a one night's stay at this villa in the Taman Rekrearasi Ayer Panas, Sg Klah, Sungkai, Perak.

On the return journey back to Petaling Jaya, we opted to drive along the coastal trunk road with a stop at Pasir Palembang for an early dinner.

Kedai Makanan Laut Hai Ung is located at the back of a brand new wet market in Bagan Sungai Yu, Pasir Palembang, Kuala Selangor.

On both sides of the restaurant are shops selling fresh and dry seafood and the ever popular keropok (prawn crackers)

Parking is a breeze.

The restaurant's front with it's wooden plank flooring dining area extended out by the side of the river.

A view of the river from where we were seated.

Watching the fishing boat with their haul of live prawns and fishes.

Sweet and sour crabs (2kg)-well cooked and flavored and the mud crab meat was fresh, sweet and fine in texture-Rm70/ we scooped up every inch of the gravy with the deep fried Mantou bread-Rm10/

Or Chien (oyster omelette) served on a piping hot galvanised plate with raw eggs and then stir cooked in front of us-oyster were fresh, creamy and generously sized-Rm16/

Sea prawn sauteed with fragrant diced shallot and garlic then tossed with Soy sauce and spring onion-was fresh, juicy and succulent -Rm30/

Lala (Clams) in superior soup-garnished with julienned spring onion and ginger-meat was fresh and fleshy while the broth was tasty with traces of Chineses wine-Rm20/

Deep fried Ma Yau (Threadfin) served on a bed of lettuce and light Soy sauce and garnished with deep fried finely chopped ginger-over fried but was very crispy-Rm27/

Garoper fish head (1 kg) curry-cooked with okra, eggplant, curry leaves and lots of torn Chinese rounder cabbage-red, hot and creamy curry gravy and the fish head was fresh and smooth-Rm35/

Fried Bee Hoon (rice vermicelli) with Lala meat and Choy sam-too much gravy-rendering it too soggy-Rm18/

Stir fried Romaine Lettuce-Rm9/

Total bill:Rm248/
Location: Bagan Sungai Yu,
Pasir Penambang,
Kuala Selangor,


Selba said...

Can definitely see it's a fun place with all the pools :)

The seafood looks so delicious!

CUMI & CIKI said...

food looks excellent! cooking the eggs reminds me of the sulfur hills in Tokyo! nice..;)

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Is the Oh Chien the wet kind? Prices a bit on the high side hor?

Stephanie said...

That fried fish and lala bihun look so good! I must go to this place next time!! tq for trying and recommending.

~Christine~Leng said...

I went to the hot spring before! reminded me of some good memories... :)

foodbin said...

Selba-it was a great place.
C&Ciki-it was sooooo fresh.
Bbabe-yes, the or chien is the wet type-prices reasonable.
Stephanie-the fish was a bit over fried but the children loves it.
~Christine~Leng-they have upgraded the place with a hotel/spa and family villas, too.