01 July, 2006

San Low Seafood

In my old neighbourhood, people used to address the market/food centre next to my block of flats as “San Low”. Tucked in the corner of Taman Pelangi, there also exists a San Low in the form of a Seafood Restaurant. You can immediately sense that the food it serves is of certain quality and standard by the sheer amount of tables filled, along with the amount of chefs cooking enthusiastically in their “open concept kitchen”.

A definite MUST TRY would have to be the Fried Bee Hoon. It is woked fried to perfection by the chef flattening the Bee Hoon, giving it the charred tang and strong aroma the moment you taste it.

Another good dish that I would recommend would be the black pepper crab. Although the gravy is a bit too watery, the smack is still spicy and tasty enough.

Another fav among many tables is their steam fish – although not live, there is a wide variety of fish to choose from.

Food: 4.5/5

Service: 3/5
Ambience: 3/5
Price: 4.5/5
Total: 15/20
Jalan Biru,
Taman Pelangi,
80400, Johor Bahru

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1 comment:

Tony Johor Kaki said...

I've tried this special bee hoon in various places in JB. Always can't help but marvel at the innovativeness of the person who invented this. (Still not sure who he is.) Just a slight twist and a totally different taste is created. This is what I thought of three of the places where I've tried it ;D http://johorkaki.blogspot.com/search/label/San%20Lou%20Bee%20Hoon

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