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Heong Kee Seafood Restaurant

Most of you may already know this, most of the outstanding food in Malaysia are typically found in simple no-frills restaurants and hawker centres. My visit to Malaysia will obviously not be complete without visiting some of these food outlets. One such outlet is Heong Kee Seafood Restaurant, located at 33 Jalan Sj 1, Taman Selayang Jaya, Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur. The home cooked food does not have much on the presentation side, but, the food is just fantastic! The steamed clams is a must order, I bet you will crave for more after tasting it (if you like clams like I do). Anyway, here are some of the other dishes which we ordered.

Steamed Clams


Curry Prawns



Prawns And Squid Sambal



Stir-Fry Hong Kong Choy Sum


Braised Tofu With Minced Pork

Comments

  1. Honestly, seafood gives me the willies, but your pics make me feel like I'm on a cruise ship, and that's always a nice feeling.

    NAOmni

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  2. Mouthwatering seafood..mmmm you make me wanna cook this for the weekend especially the steamed clam with wine and the curry prawns.Just looking at them... speed up my salivary glands into action :)

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  3. Hi NAOmni, I guess that's a good thing (my daughter dislikes seafood too!).

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  4. Hey Elinluv, steamed clam all the way! ;)

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