|Tanjung Sepat Seafood & Bak Kut Teh|
|Tuesday, 25 September 2012 00:00|
Tanjung Sepat Food When it comes to Tanjung Sepat, Seafood and Bak Kut Teh are the synonyms. If you've not heard of Tanjung Sepat, a fishing village once upon a time ago is a thriving coastal town in the present. Situated between Banting and Sepang in Selangor, those craving for a taste of fresh catch must not pass up the chance to partake of theirs signature offerings.
Tanjung Sepat Seafood Restaurants If you enter Tanjung Sepat town from Jalan Timur, head straight towards the coastal road - that's Jalan Tepi Laut. Once Hai Yew Heng Seafood Restaurant greets you, then you've approached the edge of waterfront. Continuing on the road, there are few Chinese temples alternating with seafood restaurants and little shops that are selling mainly marine produce such as fish ball, dried shrimps and dried fish.
One popular hotspot is Lover's Bridge at the cul-de-sac of Jalan Jeti Nelayan. Being the top Tanjung Sepat attraction, Lover's Bridge is not only where fishers flock but bus load tourist groups as well. Dubbed as the Lover's Bridge, it is in fact a little jetty leading out to the ocean. And it is natural for you to top off your trip with a treat at one of the restaurants here. From Ban Joo Hing, Lover Bridge to Ocean Seafood Restaurant, you're spoilt for choices.
Tanjung Sepat Seafood Bak Kut Restaurants Famed for Bak Kut Teh, Klang is perhaps the best place for it in Selangor. However, seafood bak kut teh is a total different culinary game. Tanjung Sepat being close in proximity with Sungai Pelek - the key supply of pork hub in the state has the edge over the former town. Coupled with freshest catch from sea, a wonderful broth was born.
Located at Lot 2260, Jalan Besar (Main road), Ah Hock Tanjung Sepat Seafood Bak Kut Teh Restaurant is a popular eatery particularly favored by the outstation visitors. Combined in a claypot, seafood includes prawns, squibs or fish are cooked with pork to produce a mouth watering dish - seafood bak kut teh. Besides the highlight, Ah Hock Restaurant also serves a typical Bak Kut Teh in two versions i.e. dried and soup. Unlike Klang's pork rib tea, the dish features a reasonably meaty pork, potentially pork belly and less pungent spices thus gives it a close similarity to Tau Yew Bak - Braised Pork Belly.
If Ah Hock is full house, try your luck on YiKee Seafood Bak kut teh Restaurant further down on main road. Aside from seafood, all kinds of body parts in a pig are ready for customers to pick. To my surprise, preserved mustard greens or mui choy is sort of the country dwellers' favorite vegetables from Bak Kut Teh to their famous Hai Yew Heng or Tanjung Sepat pau (steamed buns).
|Last Updated on Sunday, 30 September 2012 22:12|
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