Saturday, July 18, 2009

Ong Cheng Huat Seafood 王清发海鲜


Ong Cheng Huat Seafood is a familiar place for those who stay in Butterworth area near Bagan Lallang. Though it is situated in a village, it's a popular place to dine out for its specialty dishes. More and more people visiting to this place after it appeared in Taste With Jason. Lots of review you can get from the net.


Here, you get only 2 types of drinks. One is tuak and the other one is herba tea. We opted for one bottle of tuak. Warning for those who's allergy to wine. I had to suffer for 2 days body itchy after the consumption of half glass of tuak. Gosh...So, bear in mind ya...



This is one of their specialty, the deep fried baby chicken 炸童子鸡. The chick is chopped into half, marinated and deep fried. I don't really like the chicken as I found it has a kind of weird taste. Perhaps it is because of the "milky smell"? :P


Their deep fried homemade soft bean curd. Grounded dried shrimps are added to their tofu. The tofu tastes ok.


Steamed lala which was my favorite during the dine in. The lala was steamed with ginger, garlic and chili padi. Oo...la...la...


Last but not the least, their fried vermicelli. Although you can't find much of ingredients in the dish, but it tastes good. The vermicelli is not too dry and it has the springy texture.
The total bill costs RM32++.

GPS Location: N 05° 26.595'
E100° 23.769'

18 comments:

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Ah long time did not visit this place already. Nice foods! ^-^

ck lam said...

Miss those deep fried baby chicken...

Selba said...

I like the name of steamed lala :)

email2me said...

OMG! You miss the popiah skin cracker! That that very good too!

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allie said...

The serving is very fast in this restaurant, I like it :)
Agree with email2me, the popiah skin cracker is good :D

New Kid on the Blog said...

eh, you didn't have the popiah skin fried ah?? that's the best!

Little Inbox said...

Food Paradise, ppl said nice food, but I found it just average, may be because I don't quite like deep fried food.

ck lam, it got a kind of milky smell wor, like the baby pig smell.

Selba, lala is actually the clam's name.

email2me,allie & new kid, I know about the pohpiah skin, but just can't take so much of deep fried food, so I sacrifice the pohpiah skin lo.

Dora said...

Have not tried tuak before and wonder how it taste???
Love bean curd very much and these look good with the sauce! :)

My Taste Heaven said...

Heard about this restaurant but never been there. Very lazy to travel to butterworth to have a meal.

cariso said...

U really make me LOL lah, milky smell like piglet smell? this is chicken woh! :)

Modo Alimentare a.k.a. food way said...

is the deep fried baby chicken 炸童子鸡 fried with Balacan?

ai wei said...

cheap cheap cheap !

toooooo far away from my place.

Little Inbox said...

Dora, it's like rice wine with sourish coconut smell.

My Taste Heaven, yes, me too. Just that the day I need to go to Butterworth to run some errands, so timing was just nice to drop by.

Cariso, ran out of words to describe it, haha...

Modo Alimentare a.k.a. food way, I don't think so, can't taste the belacan wor.

ai wei, ok lah, not really cheap.

PenangTuaPui said...

lala is nice... shud try their steam fish and the prawn craker.... soong...

daphne said...

Not that i have been there but it certainly looks delicious! Esp the chicken and the fried noodles.

Little Inbox said...

PenangTuaPui, only 2 of us cannot order to many food la.

daphne, the food is ok.

worldwindows said...

The steam lala, makes me sing....

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