Saturday, 3 January 2009

Song Yen Seafood @ Sungai Nibong

As usual, we go out to search for new area to have our dinner, we decided to go for chu char. And we found this new place. The stall is located slightly opposite to Hai Nan HomeCook Chinese Restaurant @ Lebuh Nipah 5, Sungai Nibong.
We noticed this place few weeks ago when we went to had our lunch at Hai Nan HomeCook Restaurant (will post the review later). This chu char stall offers varieties of Chinese and Siamese style of cooking.
There are only a food stall and coffee shop operates at night.
The business hours start from 6pm -11pm and they closed on every Monday.
Song Yen Seafood
Since this is our first time of visit, we asked for recommendation. And the auntie recommends us:



Seafood Green Curry
You can either have just mainly fish slice with green curry or seafood curry. And we opt for seafood green curry. And since my gal loves curry recently. We order green curry for her to try. lol The curry is a bit too spicy for my gal and hubby but they love it.
There are lots of herbs in the curry and furthermore, there are lots of ingredients in there such as prawn, squids, fresh fish slice, long beans, fresh tomatoes, onion........
Their seafood is very fresh and tastes nice. lol


Stir Fry Cauliflower



Siam Pig Trotter
This is highly recommended by the auntie. So we give it a try. This is the first dish being served for the night. And when the dish being served, the aroma is unbeatable. hahhaha....... but poor hubby and my gal have to wait for me to take few shot of the photos b4 they can savour it.
The pig trotter skin is very crunchy. And the meat is very tender. All of us love it very much.
And we highly recommend this dish. lol
Auntie recommends us to come back and try their Siam bean curd and otak-otak being served in coconut as she told us that it is very delicious too.
We want to share this wonderful place with all of you as the foods being served are delicious and the price is very reasonable. The bill for the night is only RM35.60 + 3 white rice.

9 comments:

Allie said...

Pig trotter, very sinful lol...
btw, does the meat taste dry?

ck lam said...

Food at very reasonable prices...will try it out.

Little Inbox said...

Hmm...any other land mark? I would like to try their food, but not sure where is it.
The only Hai Nan Chinese Restaurant that I know is the one next to Kayu.

Food Paradise said...

Allie - The meat does not taste dry at all. Give it a try!

Ck Lam - When we tried the pig trotter, I know you will like it. Please give it a try and the price is really reasonable.

Little Inbox - That's the one. Opposite the shops got a whole stretch of malay food court. And you will see Song Yen Seafood banner tied there. If you go there at 6pm, there are only 2 stalls operating there.
We are also surprise to know that the address there called Sg. Nibong. We google search and they also told us that the area is under Sg. Nibong. lol We get the address from the Hai Nan HomeCook Chinese Restaurant.

Little Inbox said...

Oh I see. Thanks for the info. :)

Food Paradise said...

Little Inbox - You are welcome!

gill gill said...

if is near to kayu, is this behind the hotel vistana?

My Taste Heaven said...

Last time they were very near to my house. After they shifted, I have no idea till I saw your post. Are they still slow in serving? Last time we have to wait for an hour even not many customers. Food was good and reasonable price.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

gill gill - yes. ^-^

My Taste Heaven - So far I went there, I don't have to wait for long long time. ^-^

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