Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Spicy Crab Kota Kemuning (Revisited)

Spicy Crab! Without a doubt, if I am not mistaken, Spicy Crab has been an unshaken stronghold, corner lot Nyonya, Western and Portuguese  food strength in Kota Kemuning. If I am not mistaken again, been around for the last 9 years or so. In fact, Spicy Crab was one of our first decent food discoveries after we moved to this residential area back then 17 years ago. Of course, needles to say, I am an avid fan of those and their offering of kicking my butt and palates high up spicy, mouth packing Nyonya and Portuguese dishes (Spicy Crab Portuguese  & Local Cuisine). Always and forever. What is different in Spicy Crab now compared to during my last dining experience many moons ago? As far as I noted, as per their printed menu and wall menu? Of course, you can go ahead and pick your choices from the menu. Trust me, more than ample selection of various dishes for your rice meal. Whether for lunch or dinner. We on the other hand settled for their set lunch meals (inclusive of free drink of the day). Price-wise, well, I will leave it up to you. You decide what is expensive or affordable. But rest assured. Set meals are hearty big portions and most probably, if you are a small eater like me, you will  pretty much struggle in finishing up. 

Nyonya Ikan Pari Rice (RM18.00) and Chicken Chop Black Pepper Sauce (RM15.00) we tucked into? Consisting of Nyonya Style, not overly spicy and elevated profusely with our quintessential Malaysian herbs Stingray Sambal, paired alongside Rice, Omelette, Keropok Vegetable Soup and birds eye chillies in case your taste-buds yearn for extra oomph spiciness, Nyonya Ikan Pari did put a broad smile on my other half-half face. Basically, he loved it. 
What about Chicken Chop Black Pepper Sauce your truly opted for? Honestly, I shouldn't make any comparison to those Chicken Chops I have had before in restaurants which specifically specializes in Western Cuisine. Nope I shouldn't because, this one in Spicy Crab somewhat is not the same in the context of tastes. In fact, a simplified version. 
Having said that, Fried Chicken Chop Black Pepper Sauce, paired alongside Rice, Fries, Coleslaw and Chilli Sauce, though I can't rave no matter how hard I try,  I will still go ahead and award a credit. Pretty much a decent meal. What about their service? Nothing to complain about. Oh, before I forget, its a halal eatery as well. 


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