Friday, February 6, 2009


On the fourth day of the CNY festival, we had lunch at Poh Loong Seafood Restaurant in Teluk Intan, Perak, before proceeding to visit a relative's house. The restaurant is located near the traffic lights junction of Jalan Padang Tembak and opposite of a Chinese school-SRK(C) Chong Min. This lunch date was at the invitation of my b.i.l Peng and his family. Like most Chinese restaurant, Poh Loong is divided into two sections-open and air conditioning dining. They are one of the more established restaurant in Teluk Intan (20 years history)- caters for wedding dinner too! The food was tasty, generous in portions and a bit expensive for a lunch meal. Parking is ample and service was acceptable.

Steamed Garoper fish head garnished with sliced ginger, spring onion, carrots and light soy sauce lends a pleasant sweet taste to the fish-was fresh, smooth and fleshy-loves the meat around the fish's cheek and under the egg ball-rm46/.

Buttered Mantis prawns- some were filled with red roe-was crispy with a irresistible gorgeous buttery aroma-rm20/.

Stir fried beansprout with scallion, red chillies and salted fish-must tuck in when it's hot-crunchy and refreshing! goes well with all the other dishes-rm10/.

Golden Brinjal (Aubergine)- cut into chip sizes and deep fried then tossed with chicken floss-more suitable as a snack-rm15/.

Hot plate Japanese Toufu-came sizzling hot with a layer of egg omelette as the base and filled with shrimps and smooth, thick delicious gravy-rm20/.

Deep Fried Soft Shell Crabs-lightly battered, meaty and crispy-transported to gourmet heaven in a bite-rm52/.

Claypot of Assorted Seafood- had this dish for yesterday's dinner-this was better and filled with prawn, squid, fish maw, calm, sea cucumber and mushroom-lush and wholesome dish!-not overwheming-rm80/

Total bill:rm258/
Location:201-204,Malaysia Park,
Teluk Intan, Perak


Hannah Ng said...

Wah! so late belum tidur ke? All my favourite foods. How come didn't ta pau for me??

Z said...

Delicious food, just by looking at the pictures! ....sigh....we had to settle for local food here during CNY. We must visit this restaurant on our next trip home.

TAN said...

Stir fried beans prout,hot plate toufu, and claypot seafood. That was I interesting most. ;)

grub said...

I get soo hungry when I visit your site... delicious!!