Next morning after breakfast at a self serviced Dim Sum restaurant at Bukit Indah.
The journey continued with a long, slow drive to Desaru using the new two lanes highway with a long, stunning and majestic looking A shaped China built link bridge.
The road leading to the beach were jammed with cars and the clean sandy beach were packed with holiday picnickers and swimmers.
After this we went to the Fisherman Museum about 6 km away but found that it was close on arrival.
Just strolled along the brackish sandy beach-took some photos and Samantha and me "planked" on an upturned boat for the fun of it !
Everyone was hungry after the "tour" and the nearest restaurant was 26 km away in Sungai Rengit - a small fishing village with it's own jetty and many fresh and live seafood restaurants.
Good Luck Restoran located a stone throwaway from the town is a converted village house.
I think it's family owned because kids as young as seven to twelve years old help to serve, clear and collect payment.
As it was a holiday, the restaurant was packed to the brim.
We managed to get a table after a 15 minutes wait-orders were quickly taken and was told that the waiting time is an hour !
The mini lobsters (buttered style) and live fresh seafood are their main draw.
Parking is along the narrow roadside.
|Fried Bee Hoon with finely sliced BBQ pork, shrimp, beansprout and lots of Chinese round cabbage-finish it off in a few minutes because of hunger !|
|Lemon Chicken-lightly batter and deep fried -crispy skin and tender and moist meat seated on a bed of lemon juice gravy.|
|Golden Promfret - steamed to perfection-fresh and smooth textures.|
|Koong Por Mantis prawn-the meat was extremely meaty and springy in texture- stir fried with onion, spring onion and red dried chillies-highly recommended.|
|House made Tofu with How Siu Choy, assorted seafood like crab meat, dried scallop and roe-drenched with good stock reduction gravy.|
|Lai Pak Choy-young, tender and leafy and was not fibrous.|
Location: 86, Jalan Telok Ramunia,
Sungai Rengit, Pengerang,