Finally, I made a maiden trip to Tambun, over a short catch up with my dearest alma mater pal, to have some so called famous Tambun seafood. But it was a hot weather that we have to bear, driving all the way from Georgetown.
Food generally was just ok, but seriously, they need to improve on the customer service for we personally think that they were bit boastful and impolite when taking our order. There was one uncle who didn’t bother to recommend to us what are the hot seller dish when we asked and showed us his cold shoulder. I didn’t chip in the earlier conversation between him and my friend as I don’t comprehend much Hokkien, else I would have given him my two cents.
The Fried Mantis Prawn with Salted Egg was appropriately done crisply and oiliness was still tolerable.
Marmite Chicken cutlets were quite juicy and boneless, making it a convenient consumption.
Sizzling Tofu was meagrely done, as it actually came quite cold and without any sizzling smokes thus dampened our anticipation.
As for the Fried Belacan Kangkung with Prawn, it was quite a letdown for it was very oily and the prawn was very bland and not juicy at all.
I wonder if commercialization has negatively inflicted their over-confidence and food quality the wrong way.
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