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T.Dining Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

This restau­rant is a great choice to sam­ple the fresh­est seafood pos­si­ble that is cooked to order, in a va­ri­ety of ap­petis­ing styles.

Order a dish of drunken prawns to ap­pre­ci­ate the fresh­ness of the seafood. The broth they are served in can be a tad salty, as can a few other dishes so din­ers should re­quest less salt if this is an is­sue.

Crabs from var­i­ous parts of the world are avail­able with mud crabs from In­done­sia be­ing the rec­om­men­da­tion and pre­pared with salted egg yolk a must-try. While maybe not the health­i­est op­tion, it surely is de­li­cious.

The sil­ver pom­fret fish in soy sauce and gin­ger is steamed just right so that the sauce does not over­power the taste of the fish.

Non-seafood dishes in­clude those com­pris­ing duck, chicken, veni­son, os­trich and lamb. The steamed kam­pung chicken is served in ten­der bite-sized por­tions in a rich and tasty broth that is slightly sweet from small red dates.

A Chi­nese restau­rant sta­ple dessert, mango and sago, is a re­fresh­ingly cool end­ing to the meal, thanks to a large dol­lop of crushed ice in the centre of the bowl.

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