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Thursday, 24 June 2010

Restaurant Ban Huat, Kg. Sg. Buloh(Updated 6/2010)

Yay! At Ban Huat again. Really "kempunan" for duno how many days coz the evil auntie went and post her Sotong Goreng Kunyit recipe.


See this, evil one! Sotong Goreng Tepung. Nice nice fresh Sotong with crunchy "keropok"(that's what I call the crunchy flour)


Then we also order Sizzling Taufu.


"Sik Taufu" anyone? kekekeke



Talapia Fish Steam in Teowchew Style



Deer Meat Stir Fry with Spring Onion And Ginger



Once more dish was Sweet Potatoes Leave. Mamarazzi didn't snap photo as she will sure to be laughed at by the "evil one".

Food tasted delicious as usual and the total bill comes up to RM57 only (for 3 adults, 3 children and 1 baby.)

34 comments:

  1. The sotong goreng looks so crunchy..yums. The price is quite reasonable too. Sg. Buloh is quite far hor..

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  2. You make me miss Hongkong...the place were I learn to ate this kind of meals..really yummy specially the sizzling taofu....just imagine how tasty it is...together with rice and steamed talapia fish hmmmm....yummyyy!

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  3. Sg Buloh! Mrs STP is there today attending a course at the hospital... Wah! Got nice things to eat kah? If I had known, I should have tagged along!

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  4. Makes my heart itchy wana go makan tonight especially the fried squids.

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  5. The sotong goreng...omg...so crunchy and so delicious! :D

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  6. that's cheap! i had fried squids in sydney n it's very expensive!

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  7. Yummmssss.....I love sotong!

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  8. is it near to sierra mas there?

    aiyoh, i looking at the Sotong Goreng Tepung ... love to eat fried sotong so much...

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  9. Mummy Gwen

    Kira cheap lo the price

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  10. Khim

    It's actually easy to cook once you have the right ingredient

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  11. see la see la.. every time you 'dump' your gf.. no wonder she don't want to 'choi' you liao... muahhaha.. :p

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  12. kg sg buluh.. sounds familiar.. i think i know where.. hahaha...

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  13. STP

    hey if got car means quite near to the hospital leh. Just come out from the hospital turn a few corner arrive liao

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  14. Mommy Ling

    Go la...and snap photos. Let the Vampire drool

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  15. Wenn

    This one at kampung so it's cheaper. If sell expensive the restaurant can close shop lo.

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  16. Vialentino

    Ya near there. Behind the Sg Buloh army camp.

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  17. Claire

    Next time you come we hantu to eat there want or not?

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  18. Cynthia

    Aiyoyo..cham liao...but that one is my Yee Yee come and ajak out one wor.

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  19. I prefer sotong goreng tepung the crunchy version.. some have so much dough it is more like cekodok sotong..

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  20. Ooo... I think I'm going to love those fried sotong balls too! Will try to find some fresh sotong for that recipe soon. Hope you guys are having a great day!
    Cheers, Kristy

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  21. Nice sotong goreng!! On diet... cannot eat :(

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  22. I usually like stir fry chicken wth spring onion & ginger but not deer. The price is very reasonable but very seldom go Sg. Buluh for food hunting, hehehe :-)

    Dora

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  23. waaaaa sotong goreng tepung is my favorite :)

    yeng the boy's hair! :)

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  24. Hidayah

    Crunchy ones ah..try Viccuda. Last time we ate there not bad

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  25. Kristy

    I dont like to goreng stuffs at home. Thats why like to eat that outside hahaha.

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  26. Agnes

    after you finish diet the come and eat lor :D

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  27. Dora

    If not mistaken, i think you stay somewhere nearby right? Always saw you blog about The curve. Apart from Sg Buloh, Kepong also have nice food.

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  28. Faisal

    The hair have hidden purpose punya...MIL dont allow to pulas teliga when he is naughty. Say only allow to pull hair. Hence the "ekor" muahahaha

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  29. Yoooooo sedapnya! I don't want to see anymore. Make me kempunan only :(

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  30. Chloe Mummy

    Hahaha...not that far la from your place la. 30mins oni mah

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  31. You didn't order the Kam Heong Lala, the Mak Chap Kai (honey chicken) which are the signature dishes there. Been eating there for more than 10 years already. Prices are still kept at affordable..

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  32. Chris

    We had the Mak Chap Kai before. Tasted very good and portion big. As for Kam Heong Lala not yet. Maybe next round. But their Kam Heong Sotong are real good.

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