Remember Fook Xing Seafood Restaurant which was located along Ellis Road? (Next to Methodist Trinity Church)
Apparently, they’ve changed location for quite sometime already. The seafood restaurant is now located in Sekama’s new shoplots.
If you know where Jay Pet Station is, you will be able to find the restaurant easily. Just turn left at the pet shop, the restaurant is all the way inside. Behind the red “dangdut” building.
Hot and Sour soup
Normally, we would order sea cucumber soup. That evening, we thought of trying something new. The Hot and Sour soup. Weird thing is, they put the ABC veggies (frozen carrots, corn & peas). So the weird ok.. Still the sea cucumber soup nicer.
Tomato Kueh Tiaw
Everyone’s favourite. Always the best.
Cantonese Fried Kueh Tiaw
Not so much of my liking, but still it’s good. Just the sauce too little. After mixing the whole plate, the kueh tiaw seems a little dry and sticky.
Pork Ribs King
Pork Ribs King or Pai Kut Ong, is our favourite dish and one of the dishes we always always always MUST order. Sweet sweet taste. If you chew the meat longer, you will be able to taste the sweet Chinese herbal ingredient. Not sure what you call it.
Sweet and Sour Pork Cubes
One of the favourite dish after Pork Ribs King. The pork little cubes are first deep fried then fried with the sweet and sour sauce. Simply delicious.
The butter prawns not so nice. Very dry and no so butter taste. It’s such a waste the prawns are so fresh but cooking method a bit wrong. Somemore, the prawns look so sad on the plate. Looked so little in such a big plate.
Man.. Talk about the steamed fish. The first fish they brought in was not fresh! The fish meat tasted like earth and the flesh is like sand. The texture of the fish has gone bad. The fish either gotten spoilt during transportation or they’ve been taking the fish out to defrost, then noone wants it put back in the freezer, then take it out, put back in, take it out, put back in for few times. We complaint to the manager and they cooked us another fish, fresher.
Tips: if you feel your fish is not fresh, always always ask for the manager to taste it and request for a new one. Don’t finish the whole fish of course. You’re paying a bomb for a fish, so might as well pay for a good fresh ones.
Kailan Fried Kailan
This is like a very new dish in town. Almost every restaurant you go has this Kailan Fried Kailan, or some other restaurants name it as Ying Yang Kailan. So, what’s new with this dish? Basically, the leaves of the Kailan is shredded and deep fried. Then, the stems of the Kailan is stir fried with garlic. For presentation, the kailan stems are placed at the bottom, topped with the shredded deep fried kailan leaves and sprinkled with deep fried anchovies with some chicken floss around the veggie.
Fried Ka Na
This veggie is also special. Not only did they simple simple fry the veggie, they even put some crispy fish on it. Things people do to make their dishes look unique and more appetizing.
Crispy Oyster Omelette
I won’t recommend this as you can see it for yourself. Sad oysters. The omellete is very crispy, but the oysters are just too little. Check out the next post on some crispy oyster I tried last week.
Varieties of veggies in a dish. That’s why it’s called Mixed Vegetables.
Mei Jiang Duck
Saving this to the end of the post because it’s the best dish among all. Simply because I love duck plus I have a pretty good shot of it. Still learning to take good food pichas!
Apart from dining in, Fook Xing Seafood does catering too.
Fook Xing Seafood Sdn Bhd
Lot 8213-8314, No: 160B, 160C
Lorong 3, Jalan Sekama
93300 Kuching, Sarawak