Klang is one of the more popular place to go for seafood. I am not very familiar with Klang especially when we are talking about seafood. The only thing nice that I know that is worth visiting Klang is their Bak Kut Teh. We wanted to try Klang’s seafood for the longest time and this time, we followed some friend’s recommendation to Kebun Kelapa Seafood Restaurant hoping to taste one of the nice seafood restaurant in Klang.
We ordered their Chili Crabs, one of the must-order dish here. This finger-licking good chili crab was sweet and spicy at the same time. A truly enjoyable dish for those who like crabs.
Wanting to try other cooking styles for crabs, we also ordered their Salted Egg Crabs. I didn’t like this style as the sweetness and freshness of the crabs meat were over-powered by the strong salted egg taste. After trying many cooking styles for crabs, I find that the best way to cook crabs is to bake them with salt and pepper. You may disagree with me, but in my personal opinion, this way, the sweetness of the crab meat can be fully preserved.
The Fried Oyster Egg was quite okay only. The oysters were really tiny. Most of us didn’t enjoy this dish.
The Steamed Lala with Ginger and Wine was quite good. I just love the taste of ginger and wine steamed with lala. The sauce was quite good. The only set-back is the sauce’s colour. It was unexpectedly greyish in colour.
Kebun Kelapa Seafood Restaurant‘s Osyter Mee Hoon (one of their favourite dish here) was also quite alright in terms of it’s flavour. Ingredient wise, again here, the osyters are just too tiny.
Overall, our meal was quite satisfying. But if I get to choose again, I won’t be back anytime soon. It is not worth it to drive all the way there for Kebun Kelapa’s seafood if you are staying in Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya.
Kedai Makanan Laut Kebun Kelapa
Address: 1354, Jalan Nipah, Lorong 4, Pandamaran, 42000 Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.
Telephone No.: 03-3168 4451
N 3 0.910 E 101 25.411