Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Long Xiang (Seafood) Restaurant 龍鄉海鮮

不滿意請告訴我們, 好吃請告訴朋友!!

This is the statement that caught my attention when I first stepped into this shop. It’s easy to locate, it’s just next to Ah Keat Seafood in Jalan Raja Uda which I had not long ago.

Total 9 adults having 3 types of noodles, steamed fish, ginger chicken, garlic & chili fry clams (lala), and a plate of vegetables that costs only RM110, plus 2 bottles of Carlsberg for 4 glasses. So, you find this reasonably cheap?

Here are the noodles that we had… Salted Fish fry Beehoon (鹹魚炒米粉) was the 1st plate that served. Some of us find this ok, but some of us find it was too bland, some of us find that it was not enough of salted fish for the beehoon.

2nd noodle was Moonlight Flat Noodle (月光河). We find that absolutely fragrant.

Then we realize with the 2 plates of noodle may not be able to fill up the starving stomach that we have, thus, we have another plate of Hokkien Char.

Followed by the plate of Garlic & Chili Fry Clams was stunningly hot and spicy.

Steamed fish.

Ginger Chicken was absolutely nice to taste.

And last, a plate of green.

I won’t recommend this place if you’re really really looking for good food, however, if you’re ain’t any fussy person that requires good food for any meal; probably this is another place for you to consider. To certain extend, what to expect with 2 bottles of Carlsberg, and with so many dishes on the table to fill up the hungry stomach. Right?

18 comments:

ck lam said...

Saw this restaurant too when I visited Ah Keat Seafood.
Nice of you for sharing the food.

mimid3vils said...

Hokkien Char = KL version Hokkien Mee? Why so watery?

SimpleGirl said...

i love salted fish bee hoon.....simple yet delicious dish...simply lovely

Fatty Jean said...

wah !! look delicious !
the price is cheap also
the broad show
“满意告诉朋友,不满意告诉我们”
hehe, interesting!

allie said...

the clams and the moonlight fried hor fun looks great la.,.. so hungry now. Thanks for sharing :)

cariso said...

Yes, cheap. Must keep this place in mind liao.

Cokeworld Citizen said...

The Yuet Kwong Hor looks a bit dry.
“满意告诉朋友,不满意告诉我们”
LOL Good one...

Btw, Nice meeting you!

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

moonlight noodles look delicious...

Nicholas Chan said...

wow. didnt see this place before leh. next time must try already.

worldwindows said...

Simple Chu Char goodness. Like the noodles instead of rice.

Sugar Bean said...

It's a good thing when you can tell them that you're not satisfied with their food. Not many restaurants in Malaysia practice this. Guess it would still be nice to visit this place.

Big Boys Oven said...

hahahah I wonder if this is a carlsberg padi post lol! just pulling your legs. The noodle looks delicious to me! :) Hey we just completed recreating a 5 tier wedding cake continuation design of the 2 tier wedding cake you did in the class! Will let you see the photo soon! gonna display it at the hotel!

Little Inbox said...

If I happen to drop by that area, I think I will choose Ah Keat Seafood.

Steven Goh said...

I was stunned when I saw the Chinese Writting on the first line. I thought I went to wrong blog. Btw, the monlight flat noodle is slidely different from the moonlight hor fun that I took in 113. I wonder how's the taste? Btw, glad to meet you during the review hope to see you joining us more on coming review.

jason said...

Talking about quality versus quantity huh?

squall said...

seldom get salted fish fried bee hoon in KL...

My Taste Heaven said...

Hey, it's so cheap la. But the hokkien char looks weird.

foodbin said...

like the freshness look of the Brussel sprouts