I’ve been to Port Village Seafood Restaurant a couple of times throughout my teenage years. Not so much after that. What I can remember is the seafood was good and the place was always full. This year alone, I’ve been to Port Village Seafood Restaurant twice. Once was during Chinese New Year. The place was fully packed. We waited nearly an hour for our food to arrive and unfortunately the taste is so-so only… not bad but not good enough. AND there were no crabs during Chinese New Year!
Reason for our 2nd time (after CNY) is to feast on the crabs dish. Haha
The restaurant is located on the estuary (muara sungai) and is surrounded by mangrove swamps. It can be quite cooling and during high tides you are able to hear the sea water coming in. There’s also fishing boats over the horizon from time to time.
Lala meehoon @ RM18. Nice but the lala is a little overcooked (rubbery).
Stir-fried yau mak with garlic @ RM10. I love this!
Nestum mantis prawn @ RM15. Yup you read that right. Nestum as in cereal as the coating for mantis prawn. YUMMY! CRuNCh…
Steamed fish ‘Teochew style’ @ RM41. The fish meat are steamed to perfection. A little expensive though.
Salted egg crabs @ RM63 for 1 1/2 kilos of crabs. Not enough umph!
Give me ‘kam heong’ and ‘sweet & sour’ style anytime.
Drinks + nuts + towel + service charge @ RM20
Total bill came to RM167.00
If you want a good seafood place but don’t mind the waiting, this is the place to go.
Port Village Seafood Restaurant
LMS A 12800,
42000 Pelabuhan Klang,
Monday-Friday: 11.30am-3pm, 5.30pm-11.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11.30am-11pm
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