On the last Sunday of the weekend on my stay in Kuala Lumpur, my sister, youngest brother, my niece came from Puchong to my father’s place to bring us out for dinner. My sister in law and her twin sons also joined us.
We went to Heong Kee Seafood Restaurant in Selayang which is one of the family favourite.
We had “Yin Choy Seong Tong” which is a vegetable dish served in soup. This dish kills two birds with one stone, i.e. we can have vegetables and soup in one dish.
One of the signature item in this restaurant is “la la”, a kind of clams Apparently, they did not have the thin shell clam which is more flavourful when we were there. Nevertheless, we just had whatever they had on that day. We opted the “kum heong” style cooking which is cooked with dried shrimp and some spices. It was a little spicy.
Another signature dish of this restaurant is the curry fish head. We had a mixture of fish head and meat. My twin nephews love this dish.
My brother also ordered another meat dish; deep fried pork ribs marinated in fermented bean curd. This was quite nice.
The last dish is a claypot tofu. The flavour was quite bland.
For dessert, we had “Or Ni” which is yam paste. Well, my twin nephews refused to try it. I guess the texture can throw someone off. But I do like it as I love all things sweet.
My sister commented that prices here had gone up quite a bit. This came to about CAD62.
After dinner, my brother send my father home and I picked up my luggages to sleep over at my sister’s place for a couple of nights. It is nearer for me to travel to the airport from my sister’s place.