21 November 2011

EXOTIC FOOD @ BENTONG

We made a detour to Bentong while on the way back from Kuantan.  I have patronised this restaurant many years back but forgotten how to get there.  After eating Ba Kut Teh and chicken rice at the stall behind the wet market, we asked the BKT boss on the direction and co incidently, the owner of this restaurant selling exotic food arrived in time and he gave us this name card with map.  

Signage to the restaurant parking space
running business from own home
the lady chef cum owner & her son busy at the kitchen located in front of the house
snake soup (RM15)
looks like chicken meat rite? but, its actually snake flesh and very chunky.
just like eating shark fin's soup, I added few table spoons of black vinegar to bring out sourish yet fragrant taste
stir fried black pepper mountain goat meat (RM20)
very pepperish and aromatic...each bite of meat was tender and easy to chew
stir fried paku pakis with dried prawns (RM8)
crunchy and fresh
There are many other exotic dishes which you can order such as braised bear paw, curry tiger meat, double boiled terrapin/tortoise soup and etc. We wanted to order more but there is no more space in our tummy due to earlier pre-dinner at the wet market.


2 comments:

  1. Bear paw? Tiger meat, Tortoise? *pengsan... I though all those are banned - endangered species? Haiyor...haiyor!!! Snake flesh? Eyewwwww!!!! No, thank you!

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  2. Snake meat/flesh is good to warm up body and help in blood circulation. Each time, after consuming it, I will feel hot and at times heaty but justify the weather in Genting.

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