Friday, August 29, 2008

DINNER #2 @ SIMON'S SEAFOOD, JALAN SEKAMA, KUCHING

Roast Pork Knuckle

On this visit, we got to sample its roast pork knuckle, but it was all chopped up when served. To get a true picture of the whole leg you have to approach the rotisserie where they are displayed in all its crowning glory. The skin was indeed crispy and the meat had the taste and feel of a Chinese roast pork belly (Sui Yuk).

Buttered Shrimps

The buttered shrimps was a bit different from the usual that it didn't have those flossy butter bits. Nonetheless, it had the buttery flavor and a fried crispy texture. And the sour fish curry didn't disappoint either. It was just moderately hot despite its feisty amber look. It had all the right moves to make this the stand out dish for the evening.

Assam Curry Red Snapper

Spinach With Century Egg

The simple spinach rounded out the evening's dinner for a RM97 meal.

2 comments:

suituapui said...

Ooo...all look nice, but I prefer knuckles whole so I can dig into it! Yummy with sambal belacan! Slurpszzzz!!!! LOL!

Kong-Kay said...

yup, that's why the return visit... hey, hear you're a bachelor for the time being. eating out more?

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