Another year gone by and another "Mother's Day". Unlike the previous years (Bumbu Bali & Bibiwok), this year, mum was honoured a week earlier because Mother's Day is the latest trend on social media. Whether mothers are genuinely appreciated (I still do inspite of mum driving me up the wall), that's beside the point of dining and quickly garnering hundreds of likes for the "lovey-dovey" pictures. After that, we split the bill and force the other siblings to pay okay??
Where to lunch this time was really straightforward. Soon as we parked across the main road, I noticed Kiat Seng and no talk, quickly the family was forced to walk into this typical Chinese restaurant - plain decor, tiled walls, plastic chair and tables lined with "Ong or Wong cloth - Red Mah!!". The menu actually you don't have to call. Look at the walls and there you see including the popularity of Kiat Seng. Thus, we decided on the dishes but the actual non-stylish menu was still given. Lunch then opened up upon the arrival of the dishes.
Garlic Stir Fried/Woh Hei-Hei-Hei Lotus Root, Carrot and Corn
Lala/Clam Soup with Kei Chi/Wolfberries
Crispy crunchy sotong the favourite of the kids, the stir fried dishes everyone ate, the lala soup - a little overwhelming with Chinese wine but mum and I loved it, the chicken all whacked up, the fish head curry was tasty though cannot compete with Indian curries and the crabs, fresh and succulent crab and instead of spicy, sweeter the gravy. Family members had mixed comments after tucking in but mum was satisfied. RM250.00 for 10 people? What say you??