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Saturday, 28 July 2018

Seafood For Lunch At Kedai Makanan Tepi Sungai, Kuala Sepetang.

After a short walkabout and buying of some dried seafood stuffs, it was time to think about our tummy. 
 Kedai Makanan Tepi Sungai (riverside restaurant)
 The restaurant is on the 1st floor.
"Come, follow me!"
 We passed by these Mantis Prawns in a water tank.
 A close up of a Mantis Prawn.
 The 1st floor restaurant over looking the river scene.
A typical fishing boat on the river.
 A jug of iced umbra fruit juice for 6 people 
 Deep fried wantons or dumplings.
 Deep fried soft shell prawns in batter.
Needn't have to bother with the shells, all can be eaten!
 Nyonya assam fish (local call this "chicken meat fish")
 Steamed drunken prawns
 Sweet sour and spicy mud crabs
 We didn't order any rice or noodles.
Five types of dishes plus the drink about RM 180 for 6 people.
Customers can also order these fresh live cockles
And prawns kept fresh in this ice box.
On our way home, we stopped in Taiping for cendol ice.
And a plate of Pasembor (rojak).
We each had a small bowl of cendol ice.
A plate of Pasembor rojak.
Everyone gets to taste a little of it.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Even honey seems tasteless to a man who is full;

but if he is hungry, he'll eat anything!

(Proverbs 27:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. I have never heard of a mantis prawn. They are eaten? Have you ever eaten one, and are they good? They look frightening to me,like a giant centipede!

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    1. Yes, Ginny, the mantis prawns can be eaten. I have eaten mantis prawns before. They are normally served without the shells.

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  2. Hola Nancy, me encantaría ver y comer una de esas gambas mantis, preciosas fotos. Feliz día. Besos.

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  3. You have me miss seafood so much! Those prawns and crabs...haven't had them in a really long while.

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    1. We also don't take seafood often, only once in a while.

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  4. ...the seafood could be any fresher!

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    1. The seafood are all straight from the fishermen's boat.

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  5. Looks amazing, such beautiful seafood freash and tasty.

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    1. Yes, they are very fresh and tasty!

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  6. Hello, the steamed prawns would be my favorite. The mantis prawn is new to me. Nice view from the restaurant. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thanks for the visit and comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen! Have a wonderful new week!

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  7. Se ve todo muy sabroso. Feliz día.

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  8. Seafood lunch! I super love.

    So much cendol in the dessert bowl. Wow.

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    1. I love seafood too especially crabs!

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  9. That’s a lovely view to have while enjoying your meal.

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    1. Most of the restaurants here face the river front.

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  10. I love seafood Nancy. I'm hungry just watching your photos. What the heck is a mantis prawn, cockles and Pasembor rojak. Can you eat all of them? Just interested. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I love seafood too! All can be eaten plus others not mentioned here.

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  11. What a feast. I would have loved this. Love fish and shellfish very much.

    Have a fabulous weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! Have a beautiful new week!

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    1. That is the mantis prawns, not the usual prawn. Lol!

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  13. These seafood dishes are very flavourful so I must have rice to go with it

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    1. Yes, rice or noodles will be good but we were still quite full from our breakfast.

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  14. Ricos manjares, a esta hora de la mañana se apetece un aperitivo.

    Besos

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  15. wow, very delicious and yummy seafood and nice restaurant overlooking the river…

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  16. What a variety! I'd love a meal like that. The Mantis prawn is new to me. Fascinating!

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  17. Not sure I like the look of the mantis prawns but the remainder looks good. Have a good week Diane

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    1. The mantis prawns are usually cooked without the shells.

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  18. Very nice lunch, I would like to try it❤

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  19. wow! so many prawns! seafood is so tasty!

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    1. Yes, but can't afford to eat too often.

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  20. Sounds really interesting! Thanks a lot for sharing)

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  21. What an ejoyable makan session. The seafood is sure to be very fresh.

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