Thursday, July 16, 2009

Seaview Restaurant @ New World Park...

Last week we had dinner at this restaurant without any sea view as its name stated otherwise to meet up with Nick (our distant relative from Bangkok) and his friends for the first time. The food and service was good. We were lucky enough to try the famous speciality of the restaurant, that is the steamboat " Hu Lo ". A type of fresh water fish which is thinly sliced were dip into a hotpot of savoury fish soup in a steamboat to be eaten with a special dipping sauce. Fresh soft beancurd and some green vegetables were also provided for the steamboat.


The 'Hu Lo' heating up in a portable gas stove...........


Thinly sliced fresh water fish call 'lay hu'......very fresh.



My bowl of sliced fish cooked in steamboat....very delicious.



The special sauce of onions and ginger to be eaten with the fish....

Braised Abalone mushroom with broccoli.........


Huge crispy deepfried springroll with meaty fillings.......



Claypot seafood with big juicy scallops, cuttlefish, and sea cucumber braised in mushroom .........


Delicious brinjals with meat and prawn fillings in a bed of snowy egg whites...............


Braised 3 layered pork to be eaten with deepfried mantou or buns below........



5 comments:

Kess And Her Mama said...

I am salivating. Food looks good. I'm so glad that you're feeling much better! Thanks for faithfully leaving comments on my blog!

ck lam said...

I have totally forgotten about their Hu Lo. It's good to have it again. The fish is always fresh.

Uncle Lee said...

Hello Sweet Jasmine, I have lost touch with lots of Malaysian dishes, but your blog pics sure brings back memories.
Here's hoping you in the best of health....best regrards, Lee.

Dora said...

Yeah sharing good food with relatives is such a wonderful thing!

EastCoastLife said...

You have been feasting! :P
I can only drool at the yummy dishes. Some of the dishes look new to me, I have never heard of them.