Always start with this - fried yau char kuai with a plate of kaya to dip in. Yummy but pricey. RM6 for a plate.
Apart from the crabs, some of their other dishes are good too. Check out their ikan bakar - the sauce is flavourful, slightly spicy, flesh is grilled just right with all the juices sealed in.
Kai lan ikan masin
Nong & Jimmy's specialty - fried rice. I think this is the only style they serve. Something very suspicious about it - at first glance, you expect it to be just like any normal fried rice as all you see are just bits of eggs, prawns and veg. UNTIL you get a whiff of that steaming plate of rice, THEN your mouth starts to water and you dig in for dear life. I'm dying to find out what seasoning they use.
p/s: If you are sitting in a table with frens like mine, its literally a war zone. Grab all you can, there's no time to be pai seh (polite).
Oh and then there's lala... Sauce was pretty good.
We also ordered tom yam just to satisfy my hubby's craving. I would say its average, wasnt tangy enough for my liking. No pics here though coz it came out blurred.
Head over to Boolicious here for a review on their steam fish too. Apparently its one of the star items too.
I'm off to Camerons for a long awaited break. I think its been almost 10 years since my last visit good grief. I hope it has not turned into a typical commercialised tourist spot....*crossing my fingers.