As explained earlier, when we are in my wife’s hometown in Kuantan, there are a variety of food to be tasted and consumed. In this entry, I’ll share some of the beautiful, splendid and superb delicacies prepared in the house and also fine dined outside. I even missed my favourite live match telecast involving Manchester United because the entire family wanted to eat “Ikan Bakar” (I think the translation should be grilled fish) in a huge and popular restaurant in the Kuantan.
Update: I’m now back in Johor Bahru. Oh what a tiring journey.
Laksa Lemak Trengganu is so tasty. Here this laksa is preferred to be eaten with our bare fingers. Oh...it taste so good.
While doing the light shopping to buy stuffs for the "rojak" Marsya & Alya saw this cendol guy and wanted to try it out. So, we ate the cendol... The cendol was good but I had taste better cendol before.
This is the cendol prepared by the mamak who wears the bluetooth headset (see above photo to check if he is wearing a blue tooth device).
Fine Dine in a restaurant in Kuantan. The restaurant has 2 floors. We are in the second floor because the ground floor is too pack.
This is called Kerabu Mangga. I don't know how to describe it but it contains sliced mango with some gravy with some other ingredients.
Simple stired fried egg which is the most popular choice for our kids at the restaurant. They are not adventures in eating yet.
Delicious tempura fried squid. This is so delicious and tasty...hmmm...yummy...
Seabass Grilled Fish wrapped in banana leaves (Siakap) was one of the main dish.
The Seabass Grilled Fish after we removed the banana leave. Can you smell the delicious aroma? hehe
Three taste grouper Fish (Ikan Kerapu 3 Rasa)
Home made Ikan Gulai ...
More foods…more foods…with no photo…
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