The Elephant Trunk Clams (1/2 kg) cooked in dried chilli is alright, the thing about this place is that the price is reasonable. But cooking "kung-fu" is very swallow. All their dish does not have the "wok" fire. (RM3.00 per 100gm) This clam is not easily available in West M'sia, unless it's a famous place for seafood. Always order this one, when there is a chance.
threedge ate Sapak Clams
The Sapak Clams (1/2 kg) cooked in onion and ginger is alright. The wok taste is not good enough. The clams used to be dirt cheap, it was under the category where not much people eats them. The chef must know how to clean them well cause these clams hang out in the sand alot; if not it will end up in your mouth and tongue. I like the meat of Sapak because its gives a clean and clear taste. The best Sapak is cooked this way. (RM1.60 per 100gm)
Specially cultivated soft shelled crab, deep fried to perfection. It tastes nice with and without the dip. As you bite into it, the slightly crispy flour coating seems to melt as the flavour, taste and juice of the inside of the crab comes forth. Its delicate texture means it can stand alone as a nice snack, appetizer, or even a side dish.