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Food Review: De Foodland Seafood Restaurant

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Note: This is a backdated post on my JJCM trip on June 18, 2008.

After picking up CY from her meeting with clients in Taman Wangsa Permai, we decided to go for supper. As we didn't know much about this area, I called up A the local food craze for some advice. A at first recommended steamboat, but I guess it's just something tooo much for a supper, and decided to try out this famous crab restaurant in Bandar Sri Menjalara. With the help of direction from A and also my GPS on my I780, we found this restaurant - De Foodland Seafood Restaurant.


The cornerlot restaurant. This restarant is famous of their 36 (or 31?) ways of cooking crabs.

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Cover of the menu...

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This restaurant offers big-size crab and we decided to order two crabs in two different flavors. Unfortunately, the waiter insisted that the minimum order for each flavor is minimum of two crabs. So we decided to order the two crabs with sweet-and-sour sauce.

The crabs are really out of our expectation as we didn't expect their crab size is the same if not larger than those we usually eat in Telok Gong. Thumbs up as the crabs are real fresh, just like what we can get from Klang.

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The complimentary bread (note: complementary not in the sense of ringgit) which is eaten by dipping the sweet-and-sour sauce. Taste really well :)

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Another pic with the sauce.

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Should I go again? Unfortunately, I think for Klang people my answer is no. The price is reasonable, though not as cheap as Klang - but understandable. The two crabs we ordered cost about RM75, if my memory didn't fail me.

Don't get me wrong, if you're deprieved for crab, and far away from Klang... this is a recommended place for you to eat. Good for tastebud :)



Location:
De Foodland Seafood Restaurant
25 & 27, Jalan 3/62B
Bandar Sri Menjalara
Kuala Lumpur

GPS Coordinate:
3°11'33"N 101°38'19"E

Wikimapia:
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Contact No.:
03 - 62744796

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