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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Seafood Porridge at Kam Heong Kopitiam, PJ State (New Town)

Last weekend I was not feeling very well and Hunny brought me to eat an expensive seafood claypot porridge. Surprisingly, the kopitiam which is usually very packed and busy was not that full and we managed to find good seats.

Hunny ordered a wantan mee (small portion) and a seafood claypot porridge for 2 person. Hunny felt the the wantan mee was not worth its RM4.50 as it was really small and miserable if compared to Section 19's food court which RM4.50 would be for double mee and a bit more char siu. No pictures taken bec I was feeling a lil under the weather at that time.

Our seafood porridge came next...it was huge! Of course-lah...it cost us RM31! Looks really normal on the surface, right?



Last time they used to have many medium sized prawns but this round there were only 2 XL very fresh, sweet and juicy prawns in it...



Fresh Fresh Lala....



Fresh Firm White Fish flesh...no stinky fishy smell...even Hunny enjoyed it...and there were unshelled crab meat in there too...yummy!



Hunny scooping a lil of everything into my bowl...the prawn was really nice...



Yum Yum...my bowl...there were plenty of dried scallops in it too...the rice grains were broken down just the way I like my porridge...you can taste a light dash of rice wine was added to it. The ginger slices were very nice and hot...



Don't underestimate this claypot of porridge...I was full after eating it. RM31 is pretty steep price to pay but once in a while is ok-lah..

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At August 24, 2009 at 11:46 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Long time not hear from you, do keep up the good work.

I love adding a miso paste into porridge plus some seafood, ginger slice, pepper and spring onion, yummy too.

Belinda

 
At September 10, 2010 at 5:29 AM , Blogger Marcus said...

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At September 26, 2010 at 11:34 PM , Blogger Marcus said...

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