Thursday, February 22, 2007

ZI-CHAR @ CAPITAL SEAFOOD, ABC FOOD CENTRE, JALAN CHAN BEE KIEW, KUCHING

Sarawak Oh-Chien (Fried Oyster Pancake)


Had it not been for a Californian, who looks like the Lan-Si in the middle, I wouldn't have ventured to this territory. I'm not sure if this is the seafood place he referred to, but the the Oh-Chien sure is thin and crispy. The last time I had a meal at Capital Seafood was when it was at the old Capital cinema (present Tun Jugah's site), hence its inherited name. I don't know what to make of the place when the waiter insisted on having the dish done his way and no other way.

Pai-Kut Ong (Sweet & Sour Spare Ribs)


Fried Bamboo Clam with Ginger

Fried Leek's Flower With Clams


This place is behind Kingwood Inn at Jalan Padungan.

2 comments:

cooknengr said...

That's the one. My experiment is a failure at this point in time...almost burnt dowm my kitchen.

Kong-Kay said...

enroll for "deep frying 101" without your thermo. & gadget; if all else fail, sing "Burn baby burn! - Disco inferno!
Burn baby burn! - Burn that mama down
Burn baby burn! - Disco inferno!
Burn baby burn! - Burn that mama down
Burnin'!"

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