Both Le- Ann and Ee-Thern getting ready and can't wait to go. I love this photo so much, both of them trying to camwhore themselves and I didn't realize they are playing with my new camera.
We reached Kuala Selangor at about 4.30 pm and we brought them to Pasir Penampang. Stop over and we walked around the small town. Quite a number of shops selling fresh fish balls, fish, anchovies, and other dried stuffs.
After that we went over to the wet market to buy some fresh seafood and fish. The rest of my 'Yee Mah Ku Cheh' buy so much and Dad, was telling me some of the seafood are delivered down from KL. So, why buy so much since it is not any cheaper!
Le-Ann : Mommy, faster la very 'chou chou'.
It was almost 6 pm and Uncle Peter wanted to go Bukit Melawati. Alamak... what to see over there. But end up didn't go cos we booked the dinner at 6 pm. Dearie Suki guide them to the restaurant and there are 5 cars following behind us. So must make sure we didn't 'salah jalan', if not 'malu' only.
The restaurant is located in remote area and got to go through the bumpy road and passed through all the palm oil estate. But that is 5 years back but now it is all tar road and the road is no longer bumpy.
We booked 3 tables and it is a set dinner. Per table is RM299 and the menu consist of :
1. Beggar's Chicken
2. Beggar's Duck
3. Beggar's Pork Knuckles
4. Beggar's Glutinous Rice
5. Steamed Assam Pomfret
6. Kon Chin Har / Prawns
7. Kam Heong Crab
8. Black Pepper Pig's Stomach Soup
9. Stir-fried Vegetables
I asked Dad before is this the way Beggar cook their food at home. The chicken is wrapped with aluminium foil then the outer part is covered with mud /clay. Then is is burried in a hole with fire burning on top of it.
I realized the food standard drop unlike few years back it tastes quite good. Maybe now is too commercialized and there are so many tourist buses stop over. But anyway the rest of the family members enjoyed the dinner but not for me and Dearie Suki or perhaps maybe we went there too often with Dad and Mom last time. So there is nothing special to us anymore.
So for those who like to try out, here is the contact :
New Beggar's Delicious Restaurant ( Ijok )
Only open on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
Please order in advance.
Tel : 03-3279 1936 / 019-3173 3687 ( Mr Tee )