We all went to Baby Seafood Restaurant, Klang, for lunch last weekend. We were a bit early so we got a table easily. Heard from reviews saying that it's difficult to get a table at this restaurant. It's understandable as the dining area was not exactly big, and the food was delicious (well, delicious for most of the dishes that we ordered anyway).
First dish we ordered was their signature Thai Style Charcoal Steamed Fish. This dish must be good as we noticed it was on every table. Depending on availability, the diner can order either a garoupa or red snapper. We had red snapper, which was priced at RM 39.00.
A huge bowl of sourish spicy gravy accompany the fish. As the fish cooks and the gravy evaporates above the charcoal, this sourish spicy gravy is laddled on the fish. Even the kids got to enjoy big chucks of the fish meat without the gravy. The taste was rather like Teochew steamed fish, but the spiciness in the gravy made the dish even more appetizing. Good to whet one's appetite.The aftermath... see, we sapu-ed all, including the gravy. Really yummy! :-)Another of their popular dish is pandan chicken. As I peeled off the pandan leaves, a waft of fragrant aroma escaped, revealing pieces of lean and well marinated chicken. Moist and flavorful, with a tinge of curry powder and lime juice. This dish is also kid friendly. Delish at RM 1.60 a piece. Braised tofu with crabsticks. Kid friendly, with lots of gravy, but this is rather common; not a dish that we will order again.Vege. And of course HQ's sweet sour meat. The meat is lean and the dish is tasty. Even we adults enjoyed this dish. The bill came up RM 108++. Very reasonably priced for 5 adults and 2 kids. The dishes were tasty too. For the fish alone, I don't mind coming back here to dine again. I think my little munchkin here agrees with me :-). Baby Seafood Restaurant
186A-1, Jalan Sungai Putus,
Batu Belah, 40150 Klang
Opens from 12pm to 230 pm, 6pm to 1030pm
Closed on Monday
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