Fatty Chong, Sri Sentosa

after picking up my dinner companion from his residence in sri sentosa, he suggested eating at a “tai chow” restaurant nearby. looks like it’s quite a popular place, and as soon as we sat down, the waiter comes over and rattles off a list of their signature dishes. unfortunately we could barely understand him, so we both resorted to ordering off the handwritten menu board.

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Having seen fried sotong (calamari, 炸苏东) on most of the tables, I asked for that. He needed his meat, so he asked for the Fragrant Fried Pork Belly (香爆五花肉). The sotong‘s batter was rather fluffy and “song hao” (爽口) but other than that, it tasted pretty normal. The pork belly was sliced thinly and stir-fried on high heat with the garlic and onion. Gave it a nice crunch.

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For our vegetables dish we opted for Stir Fried Garlic Chives with Prawns (韭菜炒虾球). Slices of red carrots were thrown in too. Was quite good. We added the fried vermicelli (星州米) towards the end of the meal as my friend was still hungry. I only had a bite, but was encouraged to see that the cooks didn’t skimp on ingredients.

Quite a satisfying dinner from a neighborhood restaurant.

Fatty Chong Restaurant 肥仔昌海鲜饭店
41, Jalan Seri Sentosa 11,
Taman Sri Sentosa, Jalan Klang Lama,
58000 Kuala Lumpur.

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1 Comment »

  1. d'Fish said

    hey there…cool blog and cool food pictures…. makes me wanna print it out and paste in my kitchen…. hak!

    p/s- come check out my new blog and give some words of wisdom k… hihi..

    epicuriousgirl says:hey. thanks for visiting 🙂

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