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ToyGirl: So, what are we having for lunch? (or dinner)

ToyBoy: Anything you want darling.

ToyGirl: But, what do you feel like eating?

Toyboy: You know what I want….

ToyGirl: Besides that…!!!

ToyBoy: Up to you la. You decide la.

 ToyGirl: Fine. Let me think…..shall we eat japanese? or chinese? hmm…do you feel like pasta? or maybe mamak? ooo…i know i know…how bout bak kut teh? (and the list goes on and on…)

And sometimes, when the decision making is getting complicated (or getting nowhere..)

ToyBoy: (frustratingly) Why don’t we just go eat at xxx restaurant then…

ToyGirl: (exasperated and wondering why didn’t he just say it in the first place?) Ok.

This is the same conversation that happens everytime (with some very minor variations). 

So one on particular weekday, the same conversation repeated. And we ended up in Klang for lunch coz ToyBoy had to visit a customer in Klang.  ToyGirl wanted to eat lala fried meehoon. ToyBoy remembered one restaurant in Klang that had a rather good one. However, when we got there, they said they don’t serve that anymore. So, we asked them what’s their specialty. They said, Oh Jian (Fried Oyster Omlette).

Fried Oyster Omelette (RM 12)

Fried Oyster Omelette (RM 12)

This is THE BEST omelette we have had in KL / Klang. Can you see the oysters? Or more importantly, can you count the oysters? The oysters were fresh and juicy. The omelette was just right. Not full of flour like the commercial hawker centers. Worth every ringgit. yummmm…

MeeHoon with Fish Curry (RM 24)

MeeHoon with Fish Curry (RM 24)

 This was another dish recommended by the tauke. The fish curry with meehoon on the side was just the way we liked it to be. Thick! And the meehoon served with the curry was not soggy. We were in heavennnn….

Barley in a Bottle (RM 3)

Barley in a Bottle (RM 3)

They sell freshly made barley and soya bean milk in a bottle.  The bottle is the size of a 750ml whiskey bottle. Could fill 3 glasses of the beer mug.

Of course, we had vegetables too. Must have a balanced meal right?

Location: Klang

Restoran Soon Tong

No.1 Jalan Rengas, Southern Park, 41200, Klang, Selangor

Tel: 03-3373 2780

p.s. second best omelette was the one at Bangkok Chinatown Mei Loong Restaurant. Oysters were even bigger!! But how often can one go to Bangkok for this? Hence, dropped to 2nd place. :p

p.p.s This restaurant doesn’t open on Sunday.

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If you are ever going towards Port Dickson using the “Trunk” Road (forgive the pun!), please be aware of Elephants crossing the road along Jalan Besar in Lukut.  LOL! Nah, no elephants actually. I feel so lame now for that pun and for laughing at my own joke. Anyway, there is this Lucky Lukut Seafood Restaurant selling huge a** Curry Chicken Pau which really is fit for an elephant.  

For that Buttery Flavour!

For that Buttery Flavour!

That sheen makes you just want to chomp on it!
RM 18 for One Pau

RM 18 for One Pau

It is so aromatic, you will want to buy up the whole lot.
Ele... Oooops... Elroy Crossing the Road for Pau

Ele... Oooops... Elroy Crossing the Road for Pau

He will forgive me for the slip. I hope.
After the Opening Ceremony

After the Opening Ceremony

The Chicken Curry was inviting us for a DIP!
Look for this SIGN! You can't miss it!

Look for this SIGN! You can't miss it!

So if you are ever in the area, just go check it out. You might see some elephants! I need to stop these lame jokes.
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Lucky Lukut Seafood Restaurant
4366, Taman Aman, Jalan Besar, 71010, Lukut, Port Dickson
Tel: 06-651 2392

I always rack my brain when it comes to lunchtime in Shah Alam. All we have outside our office are ChapFan shops which after a while does get boring. Anyway for the heck of it one day, I told wife that we are going to eat Seafood and she was like,” Just the two of us?? Makan what??”. Yalah, but can eat One good Fish and don’t have to order everything else mah. LOL.

Steamed Patin (RM 50)
Steamed Patin (RM 50)

As both wife and I don’t eat rice, we decided to have one meat, one vegetable and one GOOD fish. The Patin was highly recommended although the boss was shocked we actually ordered it especially when the fish weighs about 800 g. At least he was honest about us not being able to finish it. But in the end, we settled  the fish down to the bones.

Back to Basic Sweet & Sour Pork (RM 10)

Back to Basic Sweet & Sour Pork (RM 10)

Got one more pic of the Vege la but most Vege looks the same so no need to upload.

Choong Foong Seafood Restaurant

8 Lorong 1D, Kampung Subang, 40150 Shah Alam.

Tel: 03-7846 3253, 03-7846 2482, 03-7846 1081

Went out for lunch with the USJFC and VickLyn decided to bring us to one of their favourite restaurant when they have cravings for Thai food. For the moment when I saw the signboard, I was toying with the idea that it could belong to one of our favourite blogger, Lemongrass!

Green Curry Chicken (RM 25)
 
Green Curry Chicken (RM 25) 

Green Curry Chicken (RM 25)

 One of the more common dish in the Thai menu, this Green Curry was a tad plain for the more hardcore ThaiFood experts such as the former National Hockey Team Skipper =) 

Butter Prawns (RM 14.40) 

Butter Prawns (RM 14.40)

Needless to describe more on this dish as long as the prawns are fresh

 Deep Fried Sotong 

Deep Fried Sotong

One of my favourite must haves, the ones here are pretty crunchy and you don’t get that hollow feeling when you chomp on it. 

Deep Fried Brinjal (RM 15) 

Deep Fried Brinjal (RM 15)

Good dish to go with a ice cold BEER! 

Steamed Siakap (RM 38) 

Steamed Siakap (RM 38)

Fresh fish with a compatible spicy and sour sauce. 

Omelette with Minced Chicken (RM 12) 

 Omelette with Minced Chicken (RM 12)

Tomyam (RM 22) 

TomYam (RM 22) 

Right amount of spice although FNHS did suggest it could do with a bit more spice.

 Serai Blend (RM 6) 

Serai Blend (RM 6) 

A good ice blended with Serai to help you to cool down.

This restaurant is nestled in a less hectic part of Shah Alam. Took me quite a bit of turns just to reach this place. In fact, if you ask me for directions, I will probably screw it up. So, there is always GoogleMap or use the GPS.

Serai

5, Jalan Sena 3/13A, 40000 Shah Alam

Tel: 03-5510 5729