Monday, December 3, 2012

The Best Glutinous Steamed Rice @ Tanjung Sepat

I would say in Tanjung Sepat, the best glutinous steamed rice (糯米饭) is the one made by Madam Ha (阿霞姐). Her stall is located at Jalan Tepi Laut. Just ask around in the area.

She also prepares it for catering.

Imagine that, if your friends and you are having a short stay at Tanjung Sepat' homestay and had having enough of seafood, bao or bak kut teh, this might be a good choice for your next meal.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Durian Season at Tanjung Sepat: Yeah.. Durian is what to eat this weekend

Well.. Well.. It is now consider durian season at Tanjung Sepat.

How many of you know that Tanjung Sepat is not only famous for Bao but durian too?

Tumbuk 'Penuh' durian is the most famous in the area (I dare to say in the nation) because I don't think you would be able to find any of them outside Tanjung Sepat area.

The Tumbuk Penuh durian Orchard is located at 4km away from Tanjung Sepat Town (a place called Tumbuk) provided you are traveling from Sg Pelek direction. Mostly their durian stall is located outside of the Orchard.

For some extra info on its name, Penuh Durian, I would like to present to you in brief on the naming as below.

Orange Asli: Wah! Taukeh, Durian Penuh Ada kat sini ya.
The Owner: Apa? Itu durian Penuh?

:-)


Thursday, October 25, 2012

What to eat for supper @ Tanjung Sepat?

Recently, found a very nice char kuey tiaw (Chinese fried flat noodles) or fried noodles in the area.

Personally, I would say it can compete with the old kartun char kuey tiaw.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

What to drink in the morning at Tanjung Sepat?

Yes. P A S S I O N....to start the morning.

Passion fruit juice (with seeds) is my favorite drink for the morning.

Recently, planting passion fruit's becoming a trend for 'Tanjung Sepatian'.... ;-)

P a S S I O N...


Saturday, September 15, 2012

My favorite routes to/from Tanjung Sepat

My favorite routes to/from Tanjung Sepat.

1. Elite highway-SKVE-Tanjung Sepat

2. Tanjung Sepat-SKVE-Elite Highway.


Routes to Tanjung Sepat




This is the map from waze regarding the routes which you can use to reach Tanjung Sepat. It covers almost all the Klang Valley area.

I used to be using the elite->klia->sepang->sg. Pelek->Gold Coast Sepang->Tanjung Sepat route; however, recently found a new route which is shorter and cheaper which is elite->SKVE->Pulau Carey outbound->Sg Raba->Kelanang->Tongkah->Morib Gold Coast->Batu Laut->Tanjung Sepat routes. The duration of the trip is almost the same which is an hour and 15mins to reach Lorong 6, Tanjung Sepat.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The shortest route to Tanjung Sepat

Recently heard of new route from the major highways, Federal Highway, KESAS, NKVE, SKVE and Elite Highway, to Tanjung Sepat.

These routes will bypass few towns and most importantly the traffic lights and based on the GPS data, the shortest routes from all these major highways to Tanjung Sepat.

How? The Pulau Carey is the key. You will also need a GPS for this, we would recommend you to use waze. Here is how...

Federal highway and Kesas:
Use the Klang-Banting-Port Dickson route (route 5), bypass Jenjarom and Banting by entering the route to Pulau Carey direction after a roundabout, switch on your waze GPS now, and point it to Tanjung Sepat and enjoy the kampung views.

NKVE/SKVE/Elite highway:
Exit the Saujana Putra exit, if you are coming from Elite/NKVE and follow the route to Banting. Exit SKVE-Teluk Panglima Garang Toll, Turn right at the Teluk Panglima Garang/Banting/Klang Traffic light (route 5) and drive for 1.8km, at the roundabout, use the first exit to Pulau Carey's direction and turn on your waze GPS now, point it to Tanjung Sepat and enjoy the kampung views. (bypassing Sepang and Sg Pelek)

We have created a waze group, 'Tanjung Sepat', feel free to share your experience with us.


Wednesday, August 22, 2012

What to eat @ Lorong 14, Jalan Sekolah, Tanjung Sepat



Found this restaurant serving family style meal at Lorong 14, Jalan Sekolah (Jalan Dua), Tanjung Sepat.



Give it a try.

Friday, August 17, 2012

What to eat @ Tanjung Sepat this weekend?

We expect that this weekend Tanjung Sepat will again... Crowded with tourists and most of them aiming for seafood.

As you know that with such a high volume of visitors, having seafood is a challenge during this time especially for dinner.

Here I would like to recommend a restaurant which, from a reliable source, will end its business two weeks from now.

New Haiven seafood restaurant, personally I like most of the food here. From steam clam, fried 'nanlu' porky, thai chicken, fried noodles with crab... Etc...

Give it a try if you don't want to be in the high queue.... And if you are lucky enough you might be able to witness the glorious sunset as our theme photo for blog.tanjungsepat.net : Dive into the Horizon. :-)

All in all, it is either this weekend, next weekend, next next weekend or never....

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Kimchi for breakfast

new kimchi stall can be found at Tai Kor Seng food corner.

An alternative way to start your day... The Korean and the Malaysian way. Available on Saturday morning only.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Pork Offal at HaiYan, Tanjung Sepat



We have this pork offal once a month.

It is available at HaiYan Coffee Shop which is located opposite of 99 Speedmart .

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Sunday, April 29, 2012

A Well-Known Local Annual Event at Tanjung Sepat

The birthday celebration for a local deity on 18 of the third month in lunar calendar. The duration is about 20 days.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Lorong 6, Jalan Besar, Tanjung Sepat

Lorong 6 is one of the major lorong connected to the Route 5. It is also marked as the center point of the town.

Famous Tofu Fa at Tanjung Sepat

This tofu fa is the most famous tofu fa in Tanjung Sepat. It is a mobile stall stopped at Lorong Seven, Jalan Besar from 10am to 2pm. After 2pm, it will be in mobilized mode cruising around the area. So if you happened to spot it, give it a try. You will like it for sure. :)

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

MeeHoon with Bamboo clams

Savor this Bamboo clams Mee-Hoon at New Haiven Seafood Restaurant, Tanjung Sepat.

We were hoping that the mee-hoon could be cooked/fried even more. ( to make it drier)




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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Steamed clams with ginger at Tanjung Sepat

This steamed clam makes me thinking of the Mark's Clams House at Atlantic City.

It's nice since you don't taste any sand from it. Don't forget to have a spoonful of its soup.


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Cuttlefish at Hai Keng

Steam fried cuttlefish.

I would think the one at New Haiven is the best. 


Sunday, February 19, 2012

Mid-size shrimps at Hai Keng Restaurant



Have a chance to savor this fried mid-size shrimps with Curry leaves on this windy afternoon, facing the sea of course.

For your information, mid-size shrimps are not easy to obtain here and the price is slightly more expensive than the normal size shrimps.

It is not so spicy and the taste was complimented by the curry leaves.

To us, the best way of eating them is put one of them into your mouth, bite it and left its tail alone.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Kampung Chicken at Hai Yew Hing Restaurant

Again we tested another Kampung Chicken. This one is salty than the one at New Haiven Seafood Restaurant. It is from the Hai Yew Hing Restaurant.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Kampung Chicken at New Haiven Seafood Restaurant

Tried this kampung chicken last night at New Haiven Seafood Restaurant. We love it very much and it is absolutely good to go with beers...

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Happy New Year

Gong Xi Fa Cai from blog.tanjungsepat.net Photo taken at Lorong 2, Jalan Tepi Laut. It looked like we are ready for the celebration.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Yee Xian Seafood Restaurant

Visited this new restaurant in the area. It is located at Lorong 4, jalan besar Tg Sepat.. Opposite of the Famous Bao.

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