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Malay Food @ Klang Utara

Monica Saturday, February 12, 2011 , , , , ,

About an hour drive from the town to Klang Utara for some local Malay's food, we get to enjoy the brisk air while dining by the seaside.

Hawker's stall next to Seri Muar Corner
Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Apart from the famous Grilled Cockles and Grilled Barramundi (Siakap), Satays, Burger, Tauhu Bakar (Grilled Beancurd), Fritters and some Malay's dishes also available at the hawker stalls.
Syrup Iced, Apple Juice and Bandung Iced (Syrup mixed with Evaporated Milk)
Chicken Satay RM14.00
Meaty stick of Chicken Satay which tasted sweet and fragrant with lemongrass flavour was delicious on its own even without the dipping sauce. Grilled to perfection, the Chicken Satay was served with onion and cucumber as condiment.
Spicy Peanut Sauce
Sotong Masak Merah
Sweet with mild spiciness, the Sotong Masak Merah (Squid cooked in Red Sauce), goes well with steamed rice. Indeed, it is a delicious and mouth-watering dish.
Kailan Ikan Masin
Stir-fry with Salted Fish is one of the signature way of cooking the Kailan. Savoury and spicy, its eliminated the mild bitterness taste of the Kailan. However, beware of the biting the bird-eye chili while consuming the dish.
Grilled Cockles RM5.00
Juicy with exotic flavour, the Grilled Cockles was definitely a special dish to enjoy while chilling-out with friends. I'm not a fan of cockles due to its unpleasant smell but these Grilled Cockles taste was okay to me.
Thai Chili Sauce
Grilled Barramundi RM30.00
With minimum seasoning, the Grilled Barramundi was fresh, juicy and tasty. For a twist of flavour, the extra spicy chili sauce will do the job.
Total Paid = RM73.00
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