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Saturday, 28 January 2012

Warong Katana, Jalan Kuala Hiliran, Kuala Trengganu

Papa and Mamarazzi saw a show about this stall in the television not long ago. This round, we decided to try it out.

While waiting for the food to arrive, I played Jake and The Pirates.

 The drinks came very fast. Carrot milk.

Orange juice.

Papa ordered RM3 of keropok lekor. 

Super yummy.... Very crunchy.

Mamarazzi's favourite. Ikan Bakar(Grilled Fish). The Sambal sauce taste very good according to her.

Wanted to order Sup Ekor but they ran out of that. We had Sup Tulang instead. Love the spices in the soup.

Stir fried Kailan with Salted Fish. Taste ordinary.

Telur Bistik. It's a type of fried egg with sweet and spicy sauce. Papa loved this very much.

Since the other are spicy, Papa ordered some non-spicy eggs for me.

Sotong Goreng Tepung(Fried Squid). Papa said it's a bit salty but Mamarazzi said it's tasted just fine with rice. Yummmm..sure someone would be drooling over this.

Especially for those who need a bit of extra spiciness.

Overall, this has been a very good meal. Total bill comes to RM53 only. Service was fast and friendly although there were a lot of customers at that time. Would certainly recommend this shop for those who likes this type of food.

24 comments:

  1. How do you milk carrots? LOL.

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  2. wow, that grilled fish is really nice!! or shall i say the sambal, cos i only see the sambal not the fish, hahaha!!

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  3. Malay food, right? The teluk bisik looks good.. next time can cook eggs with tomato and chilly sauce..

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  4. Good try out and you know as usual I will drool over the sambal and the fish with sambal also.

    Looks like the price is also worth all the goodies tasted.

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  5. Why is the orange juice green in color? The fried Kailan with Salted Fish looks very healthy. Hope you have a great weekend.

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  6. mamarazzi all my favorite food huhu hungry now..

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  7. Now which one would I want to try? Maybe the bistik....

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  8. oh the food is making me so hungry. i love ikan bakar and the keropok :)

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  9. Easy Bananaz would go for the fried sotong yummy!!! Happy Birthday its 人日rénrì CNY Day VII.

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  10. I would like to eat that Ikan bakar. :D

    mt

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  11. Ohhh! Bistik... that one looks very nice. Auntie's mummy can make nice ones. But the sauce not like this la, abit more gelap wan.

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  12. wow, got sotong & fish, total bill only RM53, that's very cheap, hope can get such price at KL too :P

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  13. SK

    LOL...kena flooded by the sambal. It was Ikan Cermin. Nice...It's like ikan bawal. Not much bone

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  14. Claire

    Telur Bistik la...not teluk bisik LOL

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  15. Nava

    Very wotrth it...aiyo...now see this post already drooling for the Ikan bakar again

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  16. May

    The orage juice looks green coz of the glass.

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  17. Mell-o

    Mamarazzi write this post that time also kepunan leh

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  18. STP

    Try a bit of everything la. But the sup tulang was a bit heaty

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  19. Mommy to Chumsy

    if you every go to KT then you know where to eat la.

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  20. Bananaz

    Happy Birthday to you too

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  21. Choi Yen

    Cannot get this price in KL la...

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