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SEAFOOD TOMYAM @ SERENDAH TOMYAM
Serendah, Selangor, Malaysia - March 2013
During a cycle ride (see What A Rush: Serendah Waterfalls Ride) to the Serendah Waterfalls we popped by to the Restaurant Tomyam, Serendah for a quick bite.
This place lies just off the old trunk road in Serendah town, in an nondescript blue wooden house.
The cooking is done at the veranda of this house.
At the side is a airy shaded section that serves as a eating area. It's quite a large space, so this place must be a favorite among patrons.
The seafood tomyam beehoon (vermicelli) had lots of cuttlefish, fish, etc. in it. It was chilli hot, sourish but not overly - one taste and I can see why this place is a favorite.
They also serve good, refreshing Leng Chee Kang here.
It's a local dessert made with cincau, cendul, lychees, etc. with lots of ice. An invigorating dessert after a hot bike ride!
The deep-fried chicken here is very good too. I am still trying to figure out what the seasoning is - soy sauce, garlic... and do I taste a hint of belacan here?
The Leng Chee Kang preparation area.
Fried Chicken section.
Tomyam & other noodles preparation area. They serve good curry noodles too.
At one corner there is for sale, Chillied Dried Prawns. These are pounded dried prawns, stir fried with chili paste. Careful though, the ones with the red labels are EXTRA HOT!
I bought one of the Blue Label ones, this should make for a good sandwich!
RESTAURANT TOM YAM, SERENDAH
off Main Trunk Road #1, Serendah
Tel: 012-619 0887
Hours : 12:00pm to 8:00pm (Opened on Public Holidays; Closed on Wednesdays)
GPS : 3.368337, 101.606927
|Restaurant Tomyam Serendah Location Map (Google Map Link)|
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