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Thursday, 3 April 2014

New Public Dim Sum Food Court, Klang

Dim Sum? where Dim Sum....I saw steamboat ...I saw various hawkers food but tarak dim sum geh...hmmm.....maybe hiding some where or morning only?


Anyway...that night we decided to try out hawker food la. Papa ordered this Fried Oyster. 

 
Mamarazzi didn't like it much coz it was not fried crispy like the ones sold in Puchong's Everyday Food Court and the corn starch was not well mixed. Some parts full of starch..


Me clever. I opt for Fishball noodles. *No flash please* . The vendor was generous with the ingredients. I like eating noodles and fish balls only. The rest, Papa helped me o finish.


Papa's plate of fried Bihun. Fuiyoh.....it was just RM5 or RM6 but loaded with prawns, meat, Fish cake and vegetables. Don't think can get this big portion in those classy joints at this price. Taste good according to Papa.


Papa and me syok syok enjoying our noodles wor while Mamarazzi waited and waited and waited....where the heck is the Prawn Noodles that she had ordered ah.

Went to the stall and asked...ALAMAK! the lady forgot about Mamarazzi's order.

Oh well....she said it was worth the wait coz this bowl of Prawns noodles taste good to her. Hey! they even put in kangkung leh. Some stall nowadays cut cost...kangkung also they don't give. Under the shallot there were even half of a hard boiled egg! It was just RM5. Cheap leh.

Location....along Jalan Sentosa 41, 41050 Klang

42 comments:

  1. YES PLEASE ..... can swap with crab beehuun?

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  2. I love prawn noodles. Yummy especially with the hard boiled eggs.

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    1. Mamarazzi loves it. But she dont take hardboil eggs. So she give to either me or Papa usually

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  3. The bihun really looks good. Actually don't know why, nowadays I am like Small Kucing, like to eat noodles more than rice.

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  4. The noodles look the best to me...

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  5. The name of the food court is New Public? Sounds interesting, haha.. Never been there, but I have always love food court punyer food.. Can choose many and slowly eat.. Lastime before having Kz, the hubs and me always go food court one ahh.. Usually Friday evening after work, then after dinner at food court, go pasar malam..

    Hubby usually order char kuey teow (his favourite).. I will order (you know lor, glutton) one pan mee or kari mee or any soupy noodles, then tak cukup lagi gatal sure will order another plate of nasi lemak with ayam goreng and kerang... Then sure order those fried oh-chien la, woh-teep (dumplings) la, and lastly one dessert.. Really enjoy leh..

    Then go pasar malam after that kan, eat again.. Fishball la, kueh la.. Really can eat more lastime, now kira eat less liao..

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    1. yup that is the name of the food court

      LOL...ya lor when in food court too many things to eat. end up ordering loads.

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  6. Yes, the fried oyster didn't look great. Come, come to Sibu...and try ours. Different...and very very nice, many would prefer it Sarawak-style...not like what you had. Prawn noodles? Can hardly see the prawns, lots of fish cake. Hehehehehehe!!!! We have one place here too - the penang har mee so so so nice!

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    1. Is it dry type ....


      Ish ...tu la peribahasa ada udang disebalik mee....under the noodle la the prawns

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  7. I go KL, you bring me go eat the best Fried Oyster ya, kaka...

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    1. dont talk talk only ah...when u coming?

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  8. I like fried oyster, it's a must dish for me at Taiwan night market!!! =]

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    1. ya ka....i must take note of this :)

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  9. Klang seems got lots of affordable good food. The portion all seems big !!

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    1. yea... have to slowly explore that area

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  10. Putting aside the waiting time, its worth the price for everything added.

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  11. haha, dimsum?? where were the dimsum?? maybe just one of the stalls and only available at a certain time in a day only?? anyway, the fried meehoon and prawn noodles looked good also lah..

    haiyoh, next time Mamarazzi should just order noodles with fishball for Small Kucing lah, tell the boss want plain noodles tambah a few fishball, then sure Small Kucing will be very happy!! errr, lazy to chew all the other things huh?? Mamarazzi should psycho this Small Kucing to try other things lah, just like what she successfully did on the tomyum thing, hehe..

    oh, Paparazzi's fried meehoon looks very nice leh, and RM5 is not expensive also lah.. because i think those "g chao" stall also charging at least RM6.50 for a single portion of rice/noodles nowadays leh.. the color looks good, lots of "liu" and also not oily woh.. good!! can "bookmark" this one and go there to try the other things they have hor??

    oh, the prawn noodles very nice ah?? i can see lots of browned shallots on top leh, somemore homemade one not bought in packets one woh.. good!!! i like this!! RM5 okay lah not cheap and not expensive lah, standard prize lor i would say.. there's one stall in a kopitiam outside my house also very nice.. got give kangkung and half egg, and prawns and then they give pork slices instead of fishcake slices.. this is what i like, and the soup also very flavorful.. ah, makes me wanna go and have a bowl tomorrow or during weekend already~~ :D

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    1. Me thinks so too about the dimsum

      no leh..Mamarazzi doesnt like to eat fishball noodles....doesnt ike eat fishball except for the tg sepat ones.

      Food there okay la....affordable...

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  12. Prawn mee for me too... looks good!

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  13. I like the fried bihun. Betul-betul my type of portion size :)

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  14. The fried bihun looks a lot, macam for 2-3 pax, hehe!

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    1. enough for 2 la but not nough for 3 unless very small eaters

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  15. Auntie Lina only like raw oysters. hihihi

    Occassionally she'll eat fried oysters at a Japanese restaurant but she still prefers raw ones. :P

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    1. wahhhh raw oyster ...ahem ahemm.....vavawrooom

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  16. Wah! Itu prawn noodle look sedap lah!

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  17. And the bihun Paparazzi had! That's a mountain of bihun!

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    1. hahahah.....mountain also jadi tanah lapang tanah terkukur.... :P

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  18. I thought you're going to write about dim sum in Klang! :)

    We seldom go there though - too far away to drive to.

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    1. i thought it sell dimsum only too but.....

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  19. My Hubs would enjoy the plate of fried Bihun. Fuiyoh. It sure does look good.

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  20. I like my oyster omelette crispy too! But I'm funny, I only eat the eggs. Lol!

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    1. gimme 5!. LOL.... how come only likes the eggs?

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  21. Prawn noodle without kangkung? Can it called a prawn noodle? o.O"

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    1. got kangkung...it's under the noodles

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