I don’t know what got into us, suddenly we decided to go to Klang for dinner. There were 5 of us from PJ/SJ area, headed to Klang to seek for our colleagues.
… the plate of fried cellophane noodles (炒冬粉) was quickly being rid of us because we waited quite long for the first dish to be served. This was what left for me, in a bowl.
… grilled fish (ikan bakar). That would be the standard fish, stingray.
… fried vermicelli (炒米粉).
… my colleague automatically ordered this, knowing that I’m a sucker for squids, braised squids, grilled squids, roasted squids, fried squids and the likes. It’s fried little squids but lacking any hints of sauce in it.
… tom yam kung with HUGE prawns in a coconut. See how many prawns were there until they can’t further stuff the prawns into the coconut. The coconut flesh was soft and sweet.
… I just can’t live without it.
… each of us get a big prawn.
… sweet sour crabs with bun.
… yummy, a lot of crab roe (蟹膏).
… salted egg yolk fried crabs (鹹蛋蟹).
The dinner was acceptable. Everything was tasty, especially the salted egg yolk crabs. I usually can’t accept other places’ salted egg yolk, because it was yucky, as if eating sand laden crabs. But this was just nice. Not too dry or too wet. Unfortunately, the fried little squids were not up to my expectations. Still the one in Jinjang better.
… tofu pudding (豆腐花) with sugar water.
… glutinous rice flour (湯圓) with crushed peanut and sugar in it.
These were what we had as supper. In fact, we were still very full, cause the dinner was late and very filling. Our colleague was being hospitable, decided not to let us feel hungry, not even a bit.