If you are fishing in Georgetown, make it a point to visit the Gertak Sanggul seafood store, 40kms from Georgetown. You will get a range of seafood servings starting from the appetizer deep-fried Sotong. Sotong is a Javanese squid marinated and rolled in special flour and deep-fried until crisp. The main dish consists of thick flat noodles from Singapore or Hor Fun cooked with vegetables, fish, tofu, and sauces and it is called as “Sar Hor Fun” or Fried Hor Fun.This seafood store being near to the sea serves fresh. In the shellfish category it serves Kappa cooked in sweet ann sour sauce. Apart from that it serves red snapper steamed in soy sauce, followed by a vegetarian side dish called as “Sambal Kangkung”. Now after fish it is the turn of “Claypot spicy chicken”cooked in sauce.After this break the store is back to serving whelks with a spicy Kua Mei sauce. The seafood course ends up with the king of seafood -crabs, cooked in onions and spicy sauce – thanks to Makan blogger for opening a seafood vista for us.
However, there are many seafood store across the Pacificand every region serves a different variety of seafod altogether. Similar is the case here with a new variety of seafood in Kuala Lampur’s Gertak Sanggul seafood store. So guys whenever you are on this beautiful island, never forget to taste the seafood in Gertak Sanggul.