Monday, June 30, 2008

DINNER @ WONG SHAN WONG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, RH PLAZA, KUCHING

Fried Pork Belly with Salt Fish

This eatery used to be the toast of the town when it was located at Ban Hock Road, and then being the pioneer at this present location. As new kids in the block move in, they have stolen some of the thunder especially the one just across the plaza. Truth be told, we were here 'cos we couldn't get any seating without reservation at the aforementioned place.

Steamed Tapah Fish

This place was not as packed as it used to in its heydays. But that is not to say it's without its merit... it's known for its Cantonese influence due to its late owner's/chef's pedigree. Its standard and signature dishes are still maintained. Its food has more of a home-spun-feel-good quality we wish we could have at home everyday.

Fried Bamboo Clams With Curry Powder

Ang Sio Homemade Tofu (Braised Beancurd)

Fried Belacan Midin

It pictures can tell a thousand words, this is it! You'd be hard pressed to find any fault with its food and service when everyone is trying very hard to please. Price-wise, it isn't too shabby either... it'll have you coming out of the restaurant grinning like a Cheshire cat.

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