以下是我老姐家的饭店在pantai remis 。。。。
Mangka Kah has built a reputation over the years as a place where one can indulge in good food while enjoying the sea breeze.
ALL it took was one trip to a seafood restaurant at Pantai Remis in Perak for Frankie Lee’s Japanese business associate to get hooked to the delicious home-cooked food served there.
The restaurant, known to locals as Mangka Kah (meaning under the jackfruit tree in Teochew), is a popular seafood outlet.
Recalling that particular trip, Lee said he was taken aback when the Japanese visitor continued to frequent the restaurant whenever he was in Malaysia.
“The food served and the surroundings of the restaurant, being under some jackfruit trees, left a lasting impression on him,” Lee said. “Just to sit and eat at the restaurant — we had to travel two hours from Ipoh and another two hours back — was worth the trip,” Lee added.
When you get to Pantai Remis, there is no point in asking locals for directions to Kedai Makanan Laut Ng Chin Boon. The locals know it as Mangka Kah.
The restaurant, which opens from 2pm to 11pm, is actually a semi-wooden house. Mangka Kah is famous for its home-cooked seafood dishes from the local catch.
Its customers come from near and far, which tells of the popularity of the restaurant, despite it being located in an isolated village off the main road.
The restaurant is run by Ng Chin Boon, who takes the orders, while his wife Ng Ming Goik and sister-in-law Ng Wak Ngo do the cooking.
“Our dishes are popular because they are home-cooked,” said Ng, who started the restaurant about 10 years ago.
Among the signature dishes are the prawn biscuits, in which prawns are deep fried with flour and oysters.
The yam dish hints that the Ngs are Teochew. The deep-fried yam coated with sugar is also a dish not to be missed.
Apart from deep-fried sugar-coated yam, the restaurant is also popular for Oh Nee, which is yam cake mixed with sugar — another Teochew dish that is rarely served in other restaurants.
Other recommended items are the crabs cooked with cucumber, fish balls, and the various sotong dishes.
Good food aside, dining under the jackfruit trees can also be a memorable experience for many, particularly for the spacious, cool and breezy surroundings.
To get to the restaurant, look out for the Magistrate’s Court in Pantai Remis and turn into a small lane, drive until you see three jackfruit trees.
我去过老姐的家，从kedah 到 perak 到老姐的家是需要两个小时这样，