Of course the closest place to have dinner after that would be at the Oversea Restaurant in Armada. Though this restaurant is a pretty old one (built in 1994 to be exact), the food here is still not bad. The highlight of that night’s dinner was the fish – deep fried (to look like potato chips) and then dunked in the center bowl of thick gooey black pepper sauce. I have not tried this dish before – it was strange but pretty all right in taste. The other dish I really liked was, instead of the normal fried chicken (which gets pretty boring after awhile), they served something like beggars chicken, but in a claypot. The chicken was soft, succulent, infused with Chinese herbs and literally falling off the bone. One just had to lightly stick the blunt end of the spoon onto the chicken to feel the meat parting from the bone. Fantastic.
Tomorrow, part two of our POA continues. A least tonight, we are happy and well fed;)
Restoran Oversea PJ,
Lot 28-Ground Floor,
Lorong Utara C,
Tel: 603 7956 1029