We left the apartment at around 11am .
26 July 2011
While dad was busy arranging our baggage in his car, we took Shern to the apartment playground for a short play.
Needless to say, Shern was happy going to the playground.
Look at his smiling face.
After that, we drove to Kampung Cina, Setiawan in search of this famous restaurant.
Ah Pek Lee Kou Hock Seafood Restaurant. It took us quite awhile to get to the place even with a map.
We ordered the famous 'Sa Jui Yee' or known as fried small fish. It is very crispy and appetising. You could just gobble up the whole fish, bones and all. It is that crispy and not oily at all.
We also ordered the 'or chien' or deep fried oyster. It is also a very crispy dish but then I didn't quite like it. Too crispy for my liking, but that is me.
Then we ordered the 'Hock Chiew chap chai' or Hock Chiew mixed vegetables. It is a simple dish but done really well. Not too salty.
Then there is the curry octopus. I don't know how they do it, but then the octopus is so well cooked that it is not hard and rubbery at all. Amazing. But the curry powder taste is a tad bit overpowering though, but still I like this dish.
This must be my favourite dish of all. 'Siong Tong Lala' or clam soup with cucumber. The taste is special and no fishy smell at all. This is a must-order dish if you go there.
So how to get there?
Ah Pek Lee Kou Hock Seafood（亚伯利口福椰芭海鲜） Lot 135, Kampung Cina, 32000 Sitiawan Perak GPS: N4 10.775 E100 40.855 Opening hours: 11am to 10pm (Tuesdays off) Telephone: 012-540 9478, 016-597 7756 (Ling Hock Beng)
The bill came out to RM98 for 6 adults who ordered 5 coconuts with 5 plates or rice and all the above dishes.
After that, we continued our journey home to Penang.
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