The Star gave good direction on how to get to the place. When we got there, not many diners around, I guess it was almost 10pm - their closing time. But they were very accommodating, few diners came in after 10pm n they could still placed their orders.
followed with their signature dish - deep fried fish with Nam Khun sauce and vegetables RM35. deep fried big Siakap fish (too big for 2 person) served on an oval plate, the waiter then poured the sauce onto the fish n lighted up a burner to heat up the soup ( the flame almost burnt my eyebrow) . Both of us didn't like this dish - sourish n sweetish at the same time.
Next came a plate of kangkung belacan - watery n overcooked n very bland! We didn't like their sambal either...again.. sweetish.
We also ordered Kai Jioew Chak Om (omelette) with leaves that tasted like petai - nope not to our liking...I guess we both prefer local way of preparing omelette.
Last to arrived - prawns. Can't recall the name. Huge serving - RM35, taste? ok..not excellent. We couldn't finish this dish and had to tapau back.
Total cost - RM97.00. Revisit? Nope...don't think so.
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The Star's article - http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2008/11/30/sundaymetro/2464675&sec=sundaymetro