Monday, March 31, 2008

ZI-CHAR @ 119 SEAFOOD, AH LIONG CAFÉ, BDC, KUCHING

Fried Chicken With Dried Chilli

Another random eat... I'm not too familiar with the eateries around this area, except for a few bigger coffee shops facing the main roads. This is a little Zi-Char tucked at the back of the coffee shop off the beaten path.

Fried Bean Sprout With Salted Fish

This is not a bad family setup, with momma, pop and kids helping out the joint. The 3 dish course with 3 rice came to RM30, with the major cost going to the seafood Tom-Yam. The Szechuan inspired chilli chicken had enough dried chillies to make you shed a tear or two. The beansprout had the crunch; the salted fish would benefit from a more thorough workout to bring out the smell. What can you say about the Tom-Yam soup paste that came out of the bottle? It contained the pre-requisite hot citrusy flavor expected from this dish, and the mix of the various seafood is generous for its price.

I later learnt from the proprietress that there was more to its menu... we'll be back!


Seafood Tom Yam Soup

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