08 October 2010

MALAYSIA DAY: DINNER AT SEREMBAN SEAFOOD VILLAGE

Our visit to Gold Palm Tree Resort do take our breath and sweat away. Imagine all the fun we had from walking, running, sitting and jumping to snap photos in different angles and action!!! All these, make us hungry for food.

It was only 5.30pm when we left this beautiful resort heading for our dinner to the infamous seafood restaurant in Seremban. The road on the way to Seremban was quite clear and within 45 minutes, we reached Seremban Seafood Village which is located opposite the Pasar Besar/big market.

A friend of ours who is staying in Seremban introduced us to this restaurant for its mouth watering crabs. OMG... I'm drooling now (as I'm writing this post).

Almost all the tables was filled up and it was 630pm only. We were lucky to get a table for ourselves. From left, right, front and back, every tables seems having the crabby crustacen.

After waited for almost 30 minutes, the first dish was served on our table.

Fried Hokkien Mee (RM8)
slices of pork meat, prawns & vegetables...average

2nd dish came after 10 minutes

Fried Bee Hoon (RM8)
tasty and fragrant enough as compared to the 1st dish
3rd dish arrived after waited for 30 minutes

SWEET & SOUR CRABS (RM45 PER KG)
the pungent sauce and fresh yet meaty flesh was a heaven. We even ordered steamed man tou to finish up the sauce
4th dish....waited almost 20 minutes

BBQ CRABS (RM45 PER KG)
the aromatic smell came from a coat of sweet dark soya sauce applied on the crustacean shell....and the whole crab was meaty and juicy


final dish.....

FRIED OYSTER OMELETTE (RM15)
tiny oysters sank in an ocean of egg.....


All of us particularly enjoyed 'finger licking' on the crabs which is absolutely star of the nite and triple thumbs up!

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