No, she did not drive me. She did not treat me. She was not even there or aware. I was thanking her for this post. *Ting goes the light bulbs*
My last trip to Kuala Selangor was when I was about this high (not that I’ve grown much vertically in the last couple of decades).
Bagan Pasir? Where’s that?
It was after 2pm. A few locals who were busy playing mahjong with kids running around did not stop us from walking in. Good sign.
Marinated In Salt & Fried Mantis Prawns (one each). I should have had more! By the way, it's pictured before shelled.Steamed Flower Crabs. Shhwwweeet!Steamed Siakap slice. This was a bit of a letdown due to the smaller than expected size and chook-like meat texture.
We sat for quite a long while after our meal. Situated at the mouth of the river (Straits?), it was very breezy.
Surprisingly more patrons came in then. Guess you can drop by this place anytime in the afternoons.Spied one table was served this. Looks interesting so we ordered by pointing. One finger licking good fish each. Don’t know the name but it tasted somewhat like the small deep fried ‘ikan susu’ or ‘sua-chiam in Hokkien’ available at most Indian or Malay rice shops.Settled this with smiles:-Hopefully a better location tip:-Cautionary note: Not a conducive dining area for the flies adverse/phobic.
- Oh, though I tried to time it well, my bladder rebelled. *waving* Yoohoo Precious Pea, do come back for my toilet adventure next, ok? Guarantee to make you gasp.
- Sadly, due to the lateness (only went hunting after late lunch) we did not get to fill our ice box with fresh seafood. The best hours are from 2pm to 3pm. Nevertheless we did stop for fresh coconut drinks and prawns crackers at Bagan Penampang.
- To Kusahi Keat, neh-neh-neh-neh-neeeh me first me first!