Skip to main content

Sitiawan food

After the visit to the Tua Pek Kong temple, we went searching for a nearby seafood restaurant called Ah Pek Lee Kou Hock, situated at Kampung Cina. I googled about it earlier on and many recommended this restaurant because of its unique dishes.

GPS managed to bring us there but unfortunately, it opens at 6pm and it was only 4pm when we reached.
So we settled our late lunch at Laut Villa restaurant, which is also nearby. Fyi, there're a whole strench of seafood restaurants at Kampung Cina and almost all are full.


Non air conditioned, and we were all sweating...

The lady recommended this, spicy and sour steamed siakap. Suit my appetite!

Stir fried chinese cabbage


kong pou mantis prawns


This is another signature dish, fried oyster cake aka 'oo chien'


Marmite chicken




Total bill for 6 adults with 2 bottles of homemade of sugar cane juice is RM 127. We were all satisfied with the food and serving!


It was a hot and tiring day! Guess no more trip to Sitiawan for the coming months... I feel that the journey is quite long (though it is only about 80 minutes), probably because of the trunk road. The trip would be faster if there's a highway.

Comments

  1. the fish is really appetising, wow, i am drooling now leh.. and the fried oyster also good~~~~ :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have my eyes set on the oo chien, but it's a lil different from ours here, huh?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hayley,
    wa, you so clever to cari makan one. I think whole of perak also you cover already. ha ha.

    ReplyDelete
  4. The bill is cheap. Oh yes I drooling over the spicy and sour stem fish.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Sitiawan seafood is very famous. Why no crab?

    ReplyDelete
  6. Yvonne, yep. It's more crunchy and bigger!

    Johnnie, LOL, no la! :P

    Yan, no crabs cause there were 2 pregnant ladies that day :P

    ReplyDelete
  7. wow those make me drooling now. :D

    Please visit my blog
    Just FYI, there’s an event for bloggers and the prizes are iPad2 and Cash. Find the info here. :)

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love Kg Cina in Setiawan....lots of nice restaurants here....must go again during year end school holidays....lol!

    ReplyDelete
  9. That oh jien and fish is so good leh! why no crab? I eat crab too while I'm preggy.. hehehe...the bill is cheap too.

    ReplyDelete
  10. the fish must be very very jeng :D.....

    *saliva drop*

    ReplyDelete
  11. spicy and sour steamed siakap
    Yum yum!!!~~~

    with this i can eat a bowl of rice d !

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hi Hayley, wow! Love that fish! The last time I was at Sitiawan wayyy back in the 80s. Used to have lunch at Kg. Koh as well Pantai Remis, and Pangkor Island.
    My wife still has relatives in Sitiawan.
    Have a nice day.
    Lee.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Angeline, haha, just din't feel like having crabs...

    ReplyDelete
  14. 宫保虾膏是我喜欢的!yummy~

    ReplyDelete
  15. 珊姑娘, 我也很喜欢 ;)

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Share your thoughts! (But strictly no advertisements please)

Popular posts from this blog

Hot product, LATOJA (涵曦)!

Latoja (涵曦) is one of the latest slimming/skincare brand which invade Malaysia since last year.
It has technology from Spain and is manufactured in China.

Latoja has 3 products which are:
1. Latoja body slimming cream (王者纤体乳)
2. Latoja compact miniature hyaluronic acid solution (玻尿酸紧致原液)
3. Latoja infant skin serum (婴儿针)

1. Latoja body slimming cream:
- reduce cellulite, burn fats, lighten stretchmarks (even the very terrible ones), helps in post natal body repairing, increase lymphatic detoxification/sweating, improves water retention, reduce wrinkles, whitening and firming. Can be used on tummy, arms, hips and thighs. Suitable for male and female. Safe for breastfeeding mums but not recommended for pregnant women.

- it has ginger extracts so it leaves some warm sensation after application but it's actually very comfortable. Unlike those burning sensation which you find in other slimming cream.

See, it treats beer belly like magic!




Even very serious stretchmarks!
2. Latoja Hwanyu…

2D1N Hatyai trip

I have been to Hatyai many times and I am not bored of it yet, haha!! xD
It's one of my favorite place to go, I mean considering the fact that I can't really travel oversea at the moment (no money and no time).
But traveling to Hatyai is still consider 'oversea' la right? 😆 It's just that we go there by car instead of plane.... Just 2 hours plus to reach kastam, almost like from Taiping to KL.

We had a short getaway to Hatyai last month, it was 2 days after the Songkran festival. We tagged Aden and Toby along so hubby suggested to avoid that festival.

Journey was smooth from Taiping all the way to the kastam, just the queue at the kastam was a bit tiring. We managed to check in early, lucky!

We stayed at Grand Pink hotel, I simply love this hotel because the room is big and clean! Staff service is nice too! Highly recommended, heard it's been refurnished lately. It's located next to Lee Garden Plaza so it's easy to find!
I also love the spacious bathro…

The unwelcomed birthday presents

(Note: Quite a long post, I skipped my afternoon nap to write this so please read everything ya!! xDD)


Past 2 weeks were really exhausting for me.

It all started on 20th April when Aden developed a mild fever, he was tired and sleepy, I let him skipped school for 2 days.

He seldom takes afternoon nap, when he does, it means he is not feeling well :(

The next day, it was Toby's turn😢
Poor boy, his temperature reached 39° and it was on and off~
Then I notice he started to have these cute double eyelids for a few days~ Haha not sure why~
He was feeling really unwell, very lethargic, no appetite and super duper clingy to me!

Then both brothers started to cough badly 😢😢 
So on the 25th, I brought them to the pediatrician again.  He examined both boys and suspected it could be pneumonia and even dengue (because their fever were on and off). Suggested to get admitted right away.
I wasn't sure if that's necessary because I knew once admitted, have to stay for at least 5 days (h…