Short Note :
The owner of this blog is still alive, just procrastinating. This is a way way way delayed post and I seriously need to get back in to my “blogging shape”. Enjoy.
Thanis of http://cookiemonzters.blogspot.com/ invited me to a food testing session in KTM Thai Seafood Restaurant last month and boy oh boy, I have to say I was not disappointed, AT ALL!
Walking in to the restaurant, there’s no fancy decorations nor OTT renovations. It’s just sweet and simple with lots of families dining in. I love the atmosphere, very casual unlike some restaurants that made me sit tight to the chair and dare not to move too much to attract attentions or me wanting to kill myself when I drop the spoon. You get the picture?
Deep fried kangkong! Or.. is it Crispy kangkong?
Nope, not oily at all. I never knew you can actually deep fry kangkong to this extend. For those who are not into vegetables, order this and you will not resist it after the first bite.. instead, you’ll start popping more into your mouth.
Crab fried rice.
Fried rice is the last thing I’ll order in a restaurant because the chances of getting a really nicely done one is slim. Especially those served in wedding banquet.. urghhhh, hate those!
But this one, I finished a bowl despite the fact that my belly was cracking about to burst! Even Maurina commented that it’s really good because got “wok-hei”. Yes, she knows what “wok-hei” is!
Vegetarian mock abalone.
It’s actually wheat gluten, or 面筋 in Chinese. I can’t believe the chef made this out from scratch by mixing wheat flour, water and I cant remember what else. All I remember was, when the chef told me the process… my eyes got bigger because I never thought it’s that tedious.
(I was thinking if I can make it for my mom since she’s a vegetarian)
Uh la la~
With Mau, www.maurina.wordpress.com.
It was a wonderful dinner with great companions and good food.
Huge thanks to Thanis for the invitation.
KTM Thai Special Seafood Restaurant Sdn Bhd
Address: 1 & 2 Spg 632 Kg Jerudong