Wednesday, January 6, 2010

LOVER BRIDGE SEAFOOD & RESTAURANT-TANJUNG SEPAT.

Morib is the nearest seaside resort for those of us who are residing in Selangor.
The beach are wide and shallow. dotted with swaying coconut and Casuarina trees and during low tide there are a lot of beach combers picking shell fish.

We were there last week to have a look at some of the retail lots offered for sale at Morib Gold Coast which are endorsed by popular singer Sandy Lam.

We then went to Lover Bridge Seafood and Restaurant in Tanjung Sepat for a seafood lunch.


Fishing boats jetty or lover's bridge.

Dried up mangrove trees from we were seated.

Salt baked sea prawns-tossed with finely chopped ginger, garlic and spring onion-fresh, juicy and succulent-Rm22/

Steamed white Promfret-with rice vermicelli Teow chew style-garnished with salted vegetable, mushroom, chillies, cilantro-very fresh but lacking with the tasty broth -Rm20/

Steamed mud meat crab-was fresh, fine textured but not meaty enough-Rm36/

Total bill:Rm84/
Location:43B, Jalan Tepi Laut,
Tanjung Sepat, Kuala Langat,
Selangor.
Tel:03-3197-5871-019-270-0796.

11 comments:

CUMI & CIKI said...

lover's bridge looks like lover's spurned! eeks..LOL .. must have seen better days!

C&c love the seafood at Tj Sepat. Cheap and good!

Stephanie said...

foodbin, you really start my day hungry! The prawns look so yummy.

Anyway, that plate of crabs is ok compared with the slice of fish I took at a restaurant opposite Selesa Hill the other day. They charged me RM35 for a slice of fish steamed with minced ginger they call 'kim yu' (not cod fish ok).

Precious Pea said...

Never been to Tanjung Sepat before...must make an effort to check it out when I come back. The fish dish looks gorgeous!

Selba said...

Must be a nice place to visit for the place and seafood :)

thule a.k.a leo said...

yeah.. you should have gone for the steamed bau as well.. apparently they are very famous :)
so did the shoplot near the Gold Coast interests you?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

lots of steam stuff would definitely mean fresh rite? saw the msian gold coast area..not exactly the classiest of area with all the kampung surroundings

foodbin said...

C&CIKI-it's still a good spot for photography.
Stephanie-Is it in Bukit Tinggi? maybe it's a river fish.
PPea-yes, it was!
thule a.k.a leo-yes, I bought about 30 vegetable pau for friends and family. the shoplots are earmark to sell only China made products-not feasible.
"Joe" who is constantly craving-the condo units are too pricey even though there will be a Theme park and when it's low tide the beach is a kilometer out.

Little Inbox said...

looks like a nice place to take photos...and the cook looks good!

backStreetGluttons said...

very Klang like dishes and even Sandy Lam cannot tempt us here because got no sand actually

foodbin said...

LInbox-early evening when the sun set is the best time for photography.
bsGluttons-got lots of sand but the sea water is too far out.

Stephanie said...

Yes. It's opposite Bukit Tinggi, Kampung Bukit Tinggi? Maybe it is a type of river fish.