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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Hunting For Sheong Tong Lala at Kedai Makanan Laut Kebun Kelapa, Pandamaran

 Found this little Grasshopper on Papa's car. Am not afraid of it. 



 Grasshopper! oh Grasshopper! where can I find good and tasty Sheong Tong Lala?

Huh? Pandamaran? so far....

 Okay lor.....I will follow you~ Vrooom vroom me and my little car. It's so far. Arrived thirsty...ordered coconut drink to cool down.

The last time we were here the food was good.

 Finally Sheong Tong Lala....!

 Wait......Don't eat...I snap photo first.

 

Adei...there Papa "kacau" pulak

 Ordered wrongly...Mamarazzi wanted something with gravy for me so the Boss suggested "Taufu Kang". *faint* Sheong thong Lala was soupy and this one also soupy.....too tired from the long journey to think straight

 Dragon Leaves vegetable. First time eating this was in Seremban. Hmmm ...these were young and crunchy. Taste great




 Some fried sotong(squids) . Not that nice. Was a bit chewy.

 
For me...I love the Sheong Thong Lala . No for the soup coz Mamarazzi had forgotten to ask them not to put cili padi


 
 I like it coz of the Lala shell



 Wash already, wanna bring home and play. Want some?

Here is the address if you wish to try out the food here :

Kedai Makanan Laut Kebun Kelapa
1354 Jalan Nipah 4, Kawasan 10, 42000 Port Klang, Selangor
Tel :  03 3168 4451

80 comments:

  1. Small Kucing is so good at taking photos now. Food looks good but place to far to go for me.

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    1. Yea kinda far forvu unless hv special occasion

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  2. Guess what? I went last Saturday for dinner... Got Crab Roe :p

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  3. The tofu soup looks like the Sibu Foochow-style one... Lala looks good! Where is this Panda-whatever? Sounds like a place in Indonesia...

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  4. Must try sheong tong lala one day... :) Can imagine the sweetness.. last time my mom used to cook lala like soup base.. very sweet..

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  5. Been awhile I have never been there!

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  6. Wah so pandai the grasshopper bring you guys to the place you wanted or paparazzi GPS? hehe...

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  7. That taufu kang - gosh look gooey. how does it taste like?

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    1. Something like sharkfin soup minus the shark fin

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  8. Last time Auntie here also collect lala and cockles shell to play lor...

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  9. i've heard of sheong tong lala but never tried it before. Always ended up with kam heong lala. haha

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    1. wah...lala soup with cili padi in it....sure sweet and spicy..... very tasty....next time, wanna try.

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    2. i dun like chewy sotong. Recently, we had this type of sotong too...ended up, macam eating bubble gum!!

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    3. Must try sheong tong lala but have to be those big thick shells lala baru sedap wor

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  10. Eeee the grasshopper so eerie to me! How come you were not scared at all?

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    1. Y? Mamarazzi kid that time always catch belalang

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  11. Hey, what happened to the grasshopper as your story had no ending after it followed you to Pandamaran? I suspect you ate the grasshopper after mamarazzi asked the restaurant's chef to fry it inside the vegetables!! LOL

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    1. Muhaha...a little bit of extra protien leh...BKK also eat belalang

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  12. Adoi! Look at Kaldip!! So cute like a baby smiling behind the lala pot. Wakakakakakaka!

    Kaldip looked like the Aladdin and his Magic Teapot lamp! Muahahahaha

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  13. I used to korek siput and big lala when i was a small kid in Thailand as my grandpa's house was near the beach. Nowadays all the lalas have fled and migrated elsewhere as the whole stretch of beach is infested with tourists.

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  14. I LOVE you looking at the grasshopper, and am sorry not ALL the food was very good!

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    1. There are sure some that are nice and some that is a bit lacking

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  15. Dragon leaves seems interesting, don't know if I have eaten them before. Ohh!! the lala looks good and the rest sound like so so only.

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    1. It depends la...Some may like sime may now. Depending on your taste

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  16. Ohh..Pandamaran is very far ler.

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  17. Too bad I can't eat seafoods. Until now never try la la before. =(

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  18. Sheong tong lala again? Saw another post just below this. We usually go Pandamaran to eat roti canai

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    1. Ya wor gila lala punya period.

      IV roti canai is it?

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  19. Eh I thought you blogged about sheong tong lala few days ago?

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    1. J very brave, if I see grasshopper I'll sure go far away, or ask hubs come and catch him away, hehehe....

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    2. Gila lala punya pasal lor..kept looking for it

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  20. You guys really love la la . Sorry to know the food wasn't that good this time. Alamak grasshopper...Gwen takut insects.

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  21. That sure does look like one HUGE grasshopper.... Bet it would make me run.

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    1. Not that huge but looks huge in the photo

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  22. coincidentally before i started bloghopping
    I was searching for weirdest insects and now there you
    are posting some pictures of an insect haha

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  23. well i remember back then, we used to
    catch some dragonflies and some bugs too
    which rarely happens to the kiddos of
    this generation

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    1. Yea but now not much fields so nit much insects to be found

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  24. anyway as you know, i don't like shell fish dishes
    so i'll skip to that fired sotong whihc seems
    to be crispy and yummy

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    1. When you are young you can afford to eat fried stuffs

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  25. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take the best of care and god bless you

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  26. sheung tong lala again?? hmmm, i guess mamarazzia and paparazzi got two things they have been craving for lately.. one of course is the sheung tong lala, the other one maybe nasi briyani?? :p

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    1. hahaha, naughty paparazzi hiding behind the dish making funny face huh?? at first i thought whose kid was that trying to curi makan, hahaha~~ :D

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    2. the other dishes also look good.. i've tried that Dragon Leaves before but didn't find it that special lah, just normal veggie lor, haha!! but then i love the calamari, slurp slurp, and i think mamarazzi order this dish quite often also right??

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    3. aiyoh, why want to wash those lala shell and bring home?? tsk tsk tsk, very dirty and fishy smell lah.. better ask mamarazzi to bring small kucing to beach and pick nicer ones from there.. :p

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    4. Lol ya lor sk. Kept cari those things to eat

      A big kid there :p

      Dragon vege normal meh? Pasar selling so mahal

      Coz gila sotong too.

      Beach lagi dirty..no nice shels at all

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  27. Waa... long time no eat la la.. the fried squids looks nice. But not huh?

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  28. So much soup for the lala, some place give very little only, cannot called a soup, a gravy should be more appropriate~

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  29. Grasshopper and lala would be yummy haha..oolala the sheong tong must be slurping good

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    1. Lol...never had grasshopper before

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  30. So did the grasshopper follow you to Klang and back?

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  31. T______T no sotong for auntie until further notice. Very sad!

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    1. Pantang a bit lo so that can recover faster

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  32. So long did not go to this restaurant, I like their sweet and sour crabs, and steamed white ikan bawal with meehoon..

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    1. Ooo they hv fish with bihun ah? Thought only carey island hv. Next time will go and order. Tx :)

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  33. U're so brave! I'm really afraid of insects!

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  34. Ah! I love lala so much!!!! :D

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    1. Looks like we are if the same channel

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  35. Nice! Food hunting sounds like a fun activity.

    Haha! You can eat the grasshopper if you fry it. ;)

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    1. I would follow stp say no thankiu to the fried grasshopper

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  36. i love lala too but we dont have it over here. Probably the people here dont eat it much. Everytime I go to WM, I will hunt and feast on lala. :)

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    1. Nice but mamarazzi doesn't know how to cook that

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