Thursday, May 22, 2008

Still Good

Ulu Yam's Original Loh Mee

Visited this eatery again on Monday and love the food.

This un-named place, despite being 'cut-off'' from the main road by a flyover at Ulu Yam Lama, is still very popular for its fare.
Unlike several eating places at Ulu Yam Baru, this one on the one road village still serves excellent Loh Mee.

They are also well known for their home-made deep fried 'Saito' (ikan parang/wolf herring) fish cake and fried Fu Chok.

You can feel the smoothness, crispiness and real fish taste. Mmm! the aroma and it goes with their special chilli sauce.
The area is also popular for growing their own Mustard Greens (Sawi). A little hard and tough though!

Oh, do try their braised chicken feet! Yummy! When I come back here, I will order two plates of this!
Came across this empty house with such unique design. Hope they do not knock it down but refurbish it to spare such heritage that Malaysia is so proud of.
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Hey Tourism Ministry, these ARE the actual "Colours of Malaysia"!!