February 3, 2013

Tak Fok Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant @ Kepong

Yeah, the KL posts still unfinished until now, I think this would be the last one, don't feel to bomb you guys with old posts. I felt lucky as I still got chance to try out the crab at Tak Fok Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant, I still thought I never tried this restaurant before we went there. Once I reached there, and saw the restaurant, I remembered the first time I was here with Seow Woon and her family members before we start our uni life. Didn't manage to take the restaurant's photo, it was raining cat and dog after we done our meal there. So enjoy the food photos below and go try it out eventho the service not that good; they won't bother you much after you placed your order, they served the food quite fast, but after that if you need to add something more, you need to wait them. Sigh
Fuzhou Tofu . RM18
First we had their signature Fuzhou Tofu, most people will come over to order this, it's really good if you dip these with the chili sauce that come together with this dish. I think with this only, I also can finish my plate of rice, that's so yummy.
Stir Fried Four Types of Beans with Belacan . RM18
If you want to simplify the name, this dish is Four Heavenly Kings (Sei Dai Tin Wong in Cantonese), which consists of four types of veggies and stir fried with belacan and some minced meat. From the photo you can see they put the brinjal to replace petai (scientific name is Parka Speciosa); this is a big NO for me, I wish to have petai more than brinjal here!
Curry Coconut Prawns . RM26
Oops, photo didn't even show you how the prawn looks like, failed photo! Giggle. They placed all the prawns, veggies, curry and etc inside a huge coconut shell, imagine how big is the coconut if you need to stuff all this things inside. Like the curry taste, really good!
Fried Steamed Bread (12 pieces) . RM7.20
At first, we only ordered one plate (6 pieces), it was not enough for us, that's why we ordered another plate to cure our greediness. Look at the shinning fried steamed bread, it seems hard but when you bite you, it's soft inside and it's best to dip with the crab sauce that I'm gonna introduce later. Another signature in Tak Fok Restaurant. 
Sour and Chili Crabs. RM28
This is it! Dip the steamed bread with this sour and chili sauce, it will be the perfect match! There are many types of crab cooking method for you to choose, pick the one you like. You will be surprised that the price for crab dishes are somehow cheaper than other dishes, it's the highlight for Tak Fok Restaurant which served cheapest crabs in town. This is why I love it so much!
Salted Eggs Fried Crabs . RM28
My all time favourite, you can taste the crab and salted eggs in one time; I still remember the first time I tried this, and it surprised me, and so I ordered it again. I always like to finish the salted egg first before I start to chew the crab meat, not even let go one single pieces of salted egg. Laugh! When we talk about crab eating,  I never care about my image, the best taste to eat crab is by using your hand as it's really fingers licking good dish! Drooling while writing this post. Haha. 

Tak Fok Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant
Location: No.2-2A, Jalan Desa 1/3, Desa Aman Puri, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur.
Business Hours: 12pm - 3pm ; 5.30pm - 11pm (Daily)
Contact Number: 03-62723346

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