Archive

Seafood

Crazy Crabs
Central Piazza,
Oasis Square Ara Damansara,
No 2 Jalan PJU 1A/7A,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
03 7859 8802

Opening Hours: 11:00am – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm

I have been craving for crabs every single week. I think the more crabs I have, the more obsession I have over them. At one point, Y started calling me the crazy crab lady. If I had a crab restaurant of my own, I’d definitely name it Crazy 4 Crabs, but I will just have to settle down with Crazy Crabs for now.

20140626-112117.jpg

Lala Crazy Crabs, Oasis Ara DamansaraSiong Tong Lala

20140626-112100.jpgButter Milk Crabs

20140626-112106.jpgSteamed Crabs

My favourite has got to be the steamed crabs, one can only truly enjoy the natural sweetness of the fresh crabs through this cooking style. The butter milk crab was a total miss for me, very bland and not buttery at all ;(

Note that the minimum order is 2 crabs per cooking style (at RM 80/kg)!

Since I was a little girl, my family and I would only head to Yeng Kee to satisfy our seafood noodle cravings. It is located opposite Old Town Kopitiam, not hard to miss but be sure to not mistake it for Hoong Kee. We’ve tried Hoong Kee twice, and both times we’ve been let down! Don’t be fooled by the looks of the better looking restaurant!

Image

The pomfret

Image

Check out the size of that! So fresh and juicy, me likey!

Image

Red Grouper

 

Image

Dry ramen noodles to go with my bowl of seafood!

Well, seafood noodles are not always easy on the wallet. So do not be surprised when you notice the prices as you pick up the menu! My favourite combination has always been the oysters and the red grouper. Grandpa only goes or the “ma yao fish head” porridge & grandma loves having the pomfret.

Sometimes when we’re feeling a little greedy we’d throw in the fish cakes as well, which costs RM 10!

Yeng Kee
Jalan Jejaka 7,
Taman Maluri,
Kuala Lumpur.