|In China, their seafood restaurant is more or less the same like what you see in Malaysia. The only difference is their seafood selections are plenty and they are more transparent on how they cook them.|
|You will seldom see this elephant nose oysters in Malaysia.|
|That is the price of the crab in China. It is selling by per piece instead of per kg. RM19.00/piece is not a bad price at all.|
|Fresh water turtle is very common in China to make good soup.|
|At last, something common in Malaysia.|
|A prawn above prawn? What a scene!|
|Blowfish...a poisonous fish which must be handle with care. Even when you eat.|
|Immediately slaughter in front of you after you have chose your seafood. I doubt I still have the appetite to eat after watching so better leave.|
Overall: 3/5 - Not a very big abalone but the price is so expensive. Anyway, the taste is very good. One is just not enough but when thinking about my wallet...I will have a second thought and will think it is enough.
|Soon Hock Fish (Head) - It is used to make this superior soup. Very delicious and the soup is rich of fish taste. Not fishy taste but pure fish taste. Absolutely brilliant! Both dishes cost RMB137.30|
Overall: 2/5 - It is a different type of crab which is sold by kg. So that's the price is so expensive. Tasty meat and really have full of meat in it. But not really worth it because in Malaysia with such price we can eat more than one crab.
|River Prawn @RMB44.00|
Overall: 3/5 - Tasty and fresh meat. Very simple and easily done to cook these. As you can see they just steamed it. These prawns are really small. So if it is done other than steaming, you hardly able to taste the prawn meat.
Total Damage: RMB1116.60
Food Serving Speed: Moderate
Recommended?: Too costly but good food.