De Foodland Seafood, Kuala Lumpur

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    Crab in creamy sauce
    by mary2u99
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    Seafood dinner
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    seafood
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    De Foodland Seafood: De Foodland Seafood

    by mary2u99 Written Nov 26, 2006

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    Crab in creamy sauce
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    They serve crabs in about 31 style and for any seafood lover this is a must place to go especially if you are into crabs.

    Favorite Dish: We have the crab cooked in creamy sauce and it was so good and mouth watering too. We aslo had butter prawns, beans and squid.

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    De Foodland Seafood: Seafood

    by xaver Written Nov 23, 2006

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    seafood

    This restaurant is not centrally located in Kuala Lumpur and it is absolutely not touristic.
    I had the chance to go as my friends, knowing my passion for seafood, took me there.
    Their menu is huge and the fish is cooked without many sauces and spices which is excellent for my tastes.

    Favorite Dish: Crabs, they have crabs cooked in 31 different styles!

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  • De Foodland Seafood Restaurant Sdn Bhd: 27 Styles of Crab Restaurant - For Crab Lovers

    by Chan_Travel Updated Apr 2, 2005
    De Foodland Seafood Restaurant Sdn Bhd

    Very crowded, but food is still served quick. Most people would order two styles of crab and fried man tou.

    Favorite Dish: Creamy Butter Crab and Fried Man Tou. A must try for all crab lovers. The sauce is slightly sweet. Something unique instead of the common black pepper and chilli crab

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    De Foodland Seafood: 30 ways to cook crabs

    by airasia Updated Feb 27, 2005

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    This restaurant buisness hours is from 4.30pm to 11.45pm. Weekend is rather pack after 8pm. As mention this restaurant is famous for it's 30 ways of cooking crabs. Such as Hot & Spicy, Sweet & Sour, Black Stout, Pan fried, Creamy Musshroom, Curry, Steam, Claypot yellow wine, Noodle fried, Black pepper and the list goes on.
    Not only do they do crabs, other seafood like prawns, scallop, shark fins, oysters, and much more.

    Favorite Dish: I have been there a couple of times and as of to date I hardly tasted the entire menu. Well creamy mushroom type is recomended for begineers. Yumm Yumm..

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    De Foodland: 26 types of Crab Preparation!!!

    by Audrey118 Updated Sep 10, 2003

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    My brother-inlaw's hang out...it is in some woob woob - but it is worth going there - prices are affordable - much cheaper than my other favourite restaurant Greenview in Petaling Jaya.

    I recently saw some Japanese eating there- looks like words have spread fast!!!

    We normally eat crabs here - but you may have to call in advance to place crab orders becos they are quickly sold out esplly weekends and eve and public holidays.

    and how to get there....

    from Garden Int School (near Mont Kiara) , drive to the end of the road, turn left...keep driving = past 3 sets of traffic light..at the 3rd set, you will see a small signage to the right Kepong Baru, but keep straight ahead, and you will see a small bus stop, immediately there is a left turn....and about 300 meters after you have turned left you will see a big blue signage with a red blinking lights of crab....

    Favorite Dish: Crabs what else- they have marmite crab which is tasty, kam heong crab which has curry leaves also yummy. Their version of butter crab is very creamy and a tad too rich. but their version of butter prawns is yummy.

    I also love their fried taufoo - beancurd which are rectangular shaped...crispy and tasty, their steamed garoupa was right timed!!!

    and whle you are there - if you see any vendors coming to sell crackers - prawns and dried shrimps are very yummy - take home - do not eat and spoil your dinner.

    You can also order in advance (3 days) special dishes like Buddha Jump over the wall, yam paste duck, scallop roll etc.

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