Being here, a MUST to have is of course the Tuk Alang Big Head prawns where you can have the huge pulpy prawns which comes sweet and aromatic. It is recommended to steam as the prawns is super fresh. We love how the prawn is steamed and every mouthful comes divinely good.
The meaty part of the Snakehead fish cut into slices and used to cook "kung pao" style, using dried chilies, big onions, spring onions, and various sauces. Nice, tasty and tender fish meat.
Fish slices (san yu or snakehead fish) with ginger slices and spring onions.
We ordered snakehead fish (sang yu). The flesh used for stir frying with ginger slices and spring onions.
Despite not eating there we did get to enjoy the place; the restaurant is located at the far end of a large compound AND within that compound were many artwork for us to appreciate. Due to photography angle, and for presentation purposes, many of photos shown here have been cropped, so it is better to go there and see these artworks for yourselves when you have the opportunity. Below are the artwork, click on the photo to view. Enjoy!
There's this little small town called Temoh in Southern Perak, it's just a single main street town, so small that many would zoom pass it without blinking an eye. But herein lies something wonderful - delicious home-made traditional paus that will definitely satisfy one's palate and one will come back yearning for more.
Seafood restaurant that serves fresh water fish has been mushrooming in Tapah in recent years. This is particularly because or its strategic location near to the North South PLUS Highway and tons of mining pond around Kinta district area to breed and rare fresh water fishes. Restoran You Seafood is just another restaurants out of a few that worth to give a try. They have plenty of choices from fresh water fish, seafood, chicken and pork. Pricing wise also quite reasonable.