This seafood restaurant in Teluk Gong, Klang has got to be my favourite seafood place in town. It's not a fancy restaurant and the tables & chairs are plastic, all in a wooden building but I can tell you food is really fantastic. Plus the price is reasonable too. The drive from KL will take just under an hour (on the highway) and the internal road there is a little tricky, especially at night. When you arrive there, the place is bright and pleasant. I think the restaurant can easily seat 500 people and it's always full. Come early to get a table and your order will be ready in under 30 minutes. The service is fast & reliable even with a full house. You can order from variety of dishes but the most mopular is of course seafood. Crabs, fish, prawns, squid, fried dishes, meat or anything you fancy. They can even recommend some special dishes for you if you can't make up your mind
Favorite Dish: It's got to be the crabs cooked in various styles and buttered prawns. Yum!
They are located on the far left of the Port Klang Esplanade.
This restaurant reaches from the road to sea, accessible by a walkway. Try to be early and you'd probably get to sit closer to the sea.
The breeze is great - sort of adds on a certain marine kinda ambience to the already wonderful dishes that they prepare.
Service is fast and up to mark.
Favorite Dish: They serve some of the best Kam Heong & Black Pepper Crabs. Don't miss their Stir fried Ginger Lala ( Shellfish). You'd have to be early though, I believe their last orders close at abt 10pm.
The Fried "Hae Koh"/ "Lai Liu Ha" or better known as Praying Mantis Prwns with Chilli is another dish not to be missed here.
Prices are reasonable as compared to certain areas in KL and the crabs, generally bigger
I have been to Klang few times to meet a Penangite friend whom already settled down in Klang. From what I know this town has good reputation for its Bak Kut Teh. This is a pork food cooked with medicinal soup. Very popular in Malaysia.
This is a very busy shop. and you may have to wait to get a table in the mornings. the hainanese kopi kaw is the crowdpuller. Charcoal-toasted sliced bread or buns are avaliable.
amzing amazing amazing....
Favorite Dish: this is fantastic place for you to be... go and visit and dont forget to try this out.. it's called the sweet and sour Jenahak fish