Friday, June 10, 2011

Lagoon Seafood Restaurant @ Bagan Hailam

Bagan Hailam located near the North Port in Port Klang, is a small fishing village with many seafood restaurants built on stilts by the river banks.

Lagoon Seafood Restaurant is one of them-all in the family owned and run - with a super casual set-up-plank flooring, red cloth tables and plastic chairs-with even their daily laundry dried out in the sun, by the side of the restaurant.

Located at the estuary of the Klang river with a good front view of the Royal Selangor Yacht Club on it's left and the new Pulau Ketam jetty on it's left .

Mud skippers are in abundant on the muddy river bank floor bed at the under side of the restaurant.

The casual lady owner recommended us a few of their signature dishes.

Parking is OK but located about a few meters away from the restaurant. 

Hailam Noodle-big fat egg noodle cooked in a watery broth with rough and coarsely chopped onion, carrot, cucumber and pineapple with bits of shrimps, squid and sliced fish cake-a squeeze of calamansi juice for more zest-alkaline aftertaste in the noodle-Rm7.50/
Deep fried Mantis prawn meat with butter-was crispy and nicely browned but way too salty-was rejected and returned-Rm15/
Steamed Red Snapper-fresh but overcooked rendering it's flesh to be coarse-soy sauce was too salty-Rm25/
Stir fried Bok Choy-fresh and leafy-Rm6/
Steamed Mud Crab-in egg white and strips of young ginger-meaty, fresh and fine texture-Rm 50.40/

 Total bill: Rm90/
Location: 23, Bagan Hailam, Port Klang, 
Klang, Selangor.

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