There are many of choices of seafood restaurants around the Klang Valley but I have not came across any which operates in a hawker stall except for the one I am going to share with you here. There is one hawker stall just right behind the dessert place, Kei Tak Sek in Kepong which serves really good crab dishes. I heard a lot about this particular stall named B Lui but it was not until last week that I have a chance in trying them out. Looking through the many pictures pasted in front of their stall, we could see that B Lui was featured in 8TV’s food programme, Ho Chiak and was even visited by several Malaysia and Hong Kong celebrities.
After dining at several seafood restaurants around the Klang Valley, we came to the conclusion that the best way to enjoy crabs is to have it baked. So without deliberating further, we ordered the Crab baked with salt and cooking wine.
Even though we were dining in a hawker stall, the crab doesn’t comes cheap. Our crab weight 1.2kg for RM120. You may think that the price is ridiculuos, but the crab was actually imported from Australia. Just look at the size of the claw.
If clams are your favourite, you must try B Lui’s Chili and Shrimps Hot Plate Clams @ RM25. They are the best you can get. It was really flavouful, it was fresh, it was just delicious.
Squids cooked with salted eggs didn’t really shine that night but it was very good too. I just love the crunch, salted egg coat on the outside of the squids.
To complete our meal, we ordered a plate of Fried Seafood Rice. There is nothing spectacular about this fried rice but it was fragrant and nice.
Overall, we were very satisfied with our meal that night, even though it was one of the most expensive meals we have ever had at a hawker stall. We didn’t mind the price because what we that night could easily beat some of the more expensive restaurants that we have ever had.
Address: 41 Jalan Antoi (formerly Jalan 29), Kepong Hawker Stall, Kepong Baru, 52100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 019-331 7783 / 012-3903683