Sekinchan.. scenic paddy fields and delicious seafood – just a stone’s throw from KL.
Read about our past seafood experience at Guan Seng Loong here.
Talk about right choice of restaurant. The food was fantastic – even better than Guan Seng Loong.
The house specialty, the Chili fried prawns was delicious. Full of pungent garlic aroma and the freshest of prawn heightened by the spicy chili brought tears to my eyes. I loved the fact that the prawns were shelled and minced up for you. The small bite sizes absorbed the flavours even more effectively.
Shark meat soup.
(Please note that no shark suffered for this dish – we double checked that only WHOLE fish were caught and used in the right way! No shark’s fin in this soup. Also, these are not endangered shark – they are shark bred for meat).
Driving around the predominantly chinese fishing village of Sekinchan.
The lazy journey back home is always made more cheerful with snacks bought from the keropok man outside the fishing village.
Purple, crunchy, aromatic yam keropok is just the thing to bring back for movie night!
Jiann Chyi Restaurant,
No.156, Jln Bagan Sekinchan,
Tel: 603 – 3241 4690
MSG levels: moderate