Selba, this Malaysian friend of mine also brought us here. Guess you were right about it being an expat haunt. =D For those confused and curious, do click here to salivate at the food I savoured on my maiden visit and Selba's comment.
The revisit allowed me to savour my favourites again. They are the restaurant's bestsellers, obviously. Every table orders them.
I had a fabulous holiday!
Tahu Kipas (Fresh shrimps fried in batter)
Ikan Gurame aka Dancing Fish (Deep fried fresh water fish)
Cumi-cumi Bakar (Grilled Squid). Steadfastly my ultimate favourite!
Sambal kangkung (Spicy stirfried greens)New dishes (to me) were:-
Kepiting (Crab) err cannot remember type of cooking. Local meat crab slathered in a spicy sweet sour sauce. Just cannot stop licking the shell.
Sambal Kacang Buncis (Spicy stirfried long beans). Forgettable.
All good to go with this pungent salivacious Sambal Belacan. Serving equivalent to a sauce plate.
Tried to diffused the fiery food with Fresh Young Coconut Water.Companions recommended to enhanced the drinks with a squeeze of lime. Somehow, I'm not taken with it. Tasted odd to me.
Bill: Sir V bought. Did I say I had a fabulous holiday?
For an idea of the prices and location, please skip over to my previous post by clicking here.