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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Dinner at Mei Six Hin Restaurant

We stop by Mei Six Hin Restaurant for dinner after coming back from Ah Mah's house.

 We went to the restaurant 3 times and twice already we saw this lady selling pens along the road. Approached each car to sell pen.

You can say that she is earning an honest living as she is selling something and not begging. But another way of thinking is that if buying the pens from her, it might encourage more people doing the same along the road.

Papa said in Indonesia there are many vendors like this. Going from car to car selling stuffs. There are some dishonest ones who when we give big note, they would pretend to search for changes and delay till the traffic light changes to green and the car owner is forced to "move" without getting his/her change. If it is not mistaken, this type of business is illegal in Indonesia.

 Playing with my "Baby computer" while waiting for our food to be served.


 Sharkfin Fried egg.

 According to Papa, put the eggs in salad leaves and roll it up and eat.




Crunchy but Mamarazzi said the eggs were a bit too oily for her.


 Taufu with Salted Vegetable. Mmmm...Mamarazzi loved this very much. Super yummy to her.


 Fish slices with Spring Onions. Portion was quite big despite we asked for small portion.

Mamarazzi's conclusion the food here suit her taste. Not bad. will wanna come again to try out their other dishes,

Here is the address

G-62, Jalan Prima SG 3/1,
Prima Sri Gombak,
68100 Selangor


Contact number :  012-359 3109/017-279 9927





55 comments:

  1. So now we have street vendors selling from car to car? I have yet to see one except for beggars only. Yes in Jakarta, you can make a living on the streets selling stuffs or just directing traffic at busy junctions! Drivers will tip you some rupiahs if you hold the traffic to allow them to come out first. Just flag your hands out of car window with a rupiah note and the street will be yours. Crazy!

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    1. I've never seen that kind of sellers yet. The ones who sell stuff at makan place, that one normal lah...

      TM, money talks eh?

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    2. Last time used to see men selling 4D results.

      Now still got kah?

      No need already lah kan? They are redundant already since can have 4D results from phone. ;p

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    3. Ya Jakarta have a lot of this "unofficial: traffic police, TM

      Lina the 4D ones are usual la. But now got new kind that sell pens, toys and small items

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  2. Here again? We went there for poon choi, right?

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  3. Ya...Indon lots of vendors like that - every junction...they will swarm to your car!

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  4. I like all the food you ordered. In particular the sharkfin fried egg.

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  5. yeah, i think selling things inside the road traffic is indeed very dangerous, i will never want to buy from them..

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  6. oh yeah, thanks for sharing that some are really unethical.. have never thought of that trick that they are trying to hold up the change..

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    1. SK

      Some are like that lo. sigh...and kinda bad la to encourage them. Not that wanna deprive them from a way of making a living but rather for everyone safety.

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  7. wah, sharkfin fried egg?? are those real sharkfin or just the plastic ones?? hahahaha, nice idea to wrapped in the lettuce, feels less oily i guess??

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    1. SK

      Duno oh...makan already. tarak tau real or fake. But should be real la. Shop wont want their name to drag to mud la

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  8. but mamarazzi thinks that's still very oily?? hmmm, then i can imagine how worse it can be if eaten alone..

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    1. SK

      Think maybe when fry egg, the egg absorb the oil hence feel oily la

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  9. toufu with salted vege?? oh, that sounds interesting.. i've only came across this combination in soup, now a dish like this seems to be nice..

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    1. SK

      Next time try and order this. The gravy great with the rice

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  10. i adore and sympathize more to those people who sell morethan those who beg

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    1. I'll help those who sell and probably will donate but I never give money to beggars, myself.

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    2. MEcoy

      true but best not sell in the middle of the road like this as its dangerous. Some might accidently hit her when the traffic light turns green

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  11. i know how hard to work like her

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    1. MEcoy

      just hope she will sell at restaurant or something like that

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  12. anywyas i love sharkfin too

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  13. espcially if theres a good dip

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    1. MECoy

      ya but this one without any dip.

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  14. Dunno when i able to meet u and makan together... hehe...

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  15. I tried it Ipoh before..
    but they do not put shark fin..
    save the shark... only put the crab meat

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  16. sri gombak..
    some place that am not so familiar..
    any special dish that really worth for me to look for this restaurant?

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    1. SP

      Thier poon choy and the baked tilapia.

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  17. Here people sell newspapers at the red light. In New York, people would wipe your window for money, but it has been stopped long since.

    I like your smile.


    Aloha from Honolulu
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    1. Cloudia

      Not really good if they does that as it;s a danger to themselves also

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  18. Sri Gombak... is it on the way to Gentings? I remember passing by Gombak those days when we drove to Gentings..

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    1. Claire

      Near Pan Heong there. Just the next Taman

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  19. Anak kucing sure looked super happy eating there! :)

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    1. Lina

      LOL


      coz tired la...long journey. Stop and makan dinner before go home lo

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  20. I can't believe they can just go car to car selling things like that!

    The fish slices looks really delicious.

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  21. Wondering what is our government doing? Why they didn't stop the illegal street vendors from selling things in the middle of the road? #facepalm.

    Sharkfin fried egg? I had never try eat like that except for drinking sharfin soup =D

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    1. Diana

      but at least one good thig is that they dont go and rob people la though they way they selling like this is angerous to themselves and to others. Can cause accident

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  22. There's a place in S'pore that does Shark's Fin Fried Eggs & it's very popular especially with Japanese tourists. Do try it when u've the chance.

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    1. Shirley

      ya heard that too. Maybe the chefs over here learn from there?

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  23. in Subang Jaya nearby Summit USJ, there is this man selling pen on the road too! walking around and he wont force u to buy it lol :X

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  24. my favorite food . . . the taufu :O...

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