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Friday, 1 November 2013

Uncle Ng Restaurant, Kuala Trengganu

 Hmmm...Mamarazzi don't know why many people when think of Trengganu ..will think that over there mostly have Malay food.

There are quite a large Chinese community there too. Recently, many Chinese family restaurant had sprouted around the town.

When we were there, my Kaw Kaw's family lead us to this Uncle Ng's Restaurant.  This restaurant have been around for more than 5 years but this is the first time we have been here.

Had Chicken cooked with spring Onions. I din;t like the chicken but I sure love the gravy. Yea...nothing to do with the Chicken but rather am lazy to chew.

Crab meat Tofu. Where is the crab meat? Well, Papa found it in shredded form in the gravy


Steamed Egg... I love steamed Eggs...Yum......

Soya Sauce Fish. The fished was fried then if not mistaken drizzled with soya sauce....errrr...not very sure ah...you know Mamarazzi la...all "agak-agak" (guess) one....

Angle Gourd/Loofah gourd. Was surprised that it came with so much seafood. Think they put in two Loofah Gourd coz some of it was hard and some were soft(young). Can't blame them coz it was Raya Haji. Market was not open. 




Overall, food here was okay la. Normal. Lucky they don't have weird dishes that some restaurant cook up. 

Here is the address, I think. Not very sure coz it was night time and Mamarazzi didn't notice the exact road name. Google it and found this address fro m Kangpungboycitygal blog.    

50E, Jalan Tok Lam
20100 Kuala Terengganu
Terengganu.

61 comments:

  1. Looks good! How do you make steamed eggs?

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    1. It's easy. Just add same amount of water as the egg . Add salt to taste. Beat the egg. Then put into steamer and steam till the egg is cooked. Should be around 10mins.

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  2. All ada gravy... I like food with gravy. hehe

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  3. From what I observed from day 1 I stalked your blog til now, I realized J boy likes 2 things, or J boy always makan these 2 things: noodles (especially with gravy like wat tan hor) and claypot taufu kinda thing (with gravy like the wat tan gravy type).

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    1. Clever...noodles is the favourite. The taufu is the "forced favourite"

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  4. I am drooling over 2 dishes now: the crab meat tofu and steamed egg. Yes, normal and simple dishes, but it taste very nice and I love simple dishes like eggs and tofu (with wat tan gravy kinda thing). Hate vege though, haha.

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    1. Steam egg ok la. Easy to cook. Crab meat taufu headache leh. Hv to dig out the crab meat

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  5. Chicken and spring onions sound really good to me about right now. I don't think I have ever tried the Angle Gourd/Loofah gourd. It looks good with all the sea food.

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    1. If you have the chance, should try. The gourd is soft and a bit sweet

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  6. Apalah!!!! Steamed egg, already started eating and then remembered to take photo, is it? Muahahahaha!!!!

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  7. errrr, have not been to Kuala Terengganu before lah.. but you are right, in my opinion the place is more dominated by Malay but i guess in our multiracial country, we can have all kinds of food everywhere.. we are all Malaysian!! :)

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  8. i love spring onion chicken, surely very nice if they use chicken filet lah, cos i lazy to eat them with bones, haha!! better than Small Kucing lah at least, he was even lazier to chew the meat!! hehehe~~ :D

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    1. Got bones wor...la...you wait for kamala to debone for you la.

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  9. oh soy sauce fish?? was it the "yao jaam" fish?? yes, it's deep fried till crispy on the outside (still juicy inside) and then drizzle with some soy sauce (i think also add in some sugar and sesame oil to enhance the flavor).. if you go to Sin Kee at Brickfields, must order their "yao jaam waan yu", squeeze some lime juice on top, and very very nice!!

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    1. Ya ya I think so yau jaam. Once in awhile eat this ok ls. Too much will be not good

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  10. eh, the steam egg looks good woh.. i actually like that too, simple yet delicious to go with piping hot rice.. and wow, that loofah gourd!! loaded with seafood dei~~ i wonder if it's loofah gourd with seafood or the other way round, seafood with loofah gourd!! haha..

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    1. Ya lo... terkejut also see that dish. Seafood more than loofah gourd.

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  11. Long time no eat the loofah..eeh.

    Indeed, it's quite surprising to find a Chinese restaurant with delicious food.

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  12. Food looks decent enough. I try not to eat gravy nowadays cos old d and gravy has a lot of hidden sugar and salt in it.

    Small kucing so young already dont want to chew meat? Maybe he will grow out of it.

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    1. Ooo like that ka....

      Hopefully la ...

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  13. I myself also always think Terengganu has mostly Malay food, cause more Malays there, right? Don't know! haven't been to Terengganu yet!!! =]

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    1. Then, how you come to the assumption? LOL

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    2. Heard from people!!! >.<!!!

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  14. I like loofah.. so is the meal expensive? Love the look of the fried fish too.. macam crispy..

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  15. wah...your kaw kaw was so good at ordering yummy food... or did they look around to see what other patrons were having? :p

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  16. Yalor hor... Raya Haji shops closes. They celebrate it bigger than Raya Puasa one.

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    1. Hmmm ...like for the Chinese winter solstice festival is bigger than the CNY

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  17. The food sure looks good lah.

    Now auntie Lina is drooling all over the keyboard already...

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  18. Steamed eggs looks so good. Well, actually every other dish are also my fav. Made the fried fish with soy sauce last week and we loved it very much.

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    1. I only get to have this in restaurant ciz mamarazzi doesn't like to fry

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  19. Oh well, I never think that there are no Chinese shops or restaurants there. Which katak under the coconut shells said so? Phiak his head!

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  20. You don't seem to like the dishes as I don't hear high praises. Why must the vege be hard if the market is not opened??? You meant old stock would be hard???

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    1. If loofah gourd kept too long will be hard.

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  21. I was one of those who thought KT sure Malay food majority! Good to know there are actually many nice Chinese restaurants around! :)

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  22. Gosh, just had my lunch & you make me wanna eat again! Lol! Kathy. be sure to enter in my X'mas draw to Win Flenco Christmas Hampers Worth More Than $1,000!

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  23. seafood with Loofah gourd, look very delicious ler..

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  24. I love the steamed egg too! It looks good! :)

    Now I gotta craving for one...

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  25. wow, Kuala Terengganu is like so far away @@~

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  26. The steamed egg looks perfect! silky smooth and not over-cooked, just the way i like! :D

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  27. Yaloh. When think of Terengganu, I would also think of Malay food. Bought any keropok lekor??

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  28. Haha, I'm also one of those who thought that Kuala Terengganu = Malay community :P

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  29. The first three were my favourite - it's like compulsory to order them but just sometimes chicken might be in different style. Long time never went Kuala Terengganu. So I also thought most of the population there are Malay =P

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