Ocen Seafood Restaurant is a typical Chinese style seafood restaurant. I believe there are similar restaurants in Klang (which I've been to when I was much younger). On to the food.
Bak Ham (White Clams), RM16.00.
This variation of lala has a distinct white shell. It's supposed to be a specialty of this region. Tastes like most lala does. They used a lot of Chinese cooking wine for this dish which gave it a very strong taste.
Kam Heong Crabs, RM50.00.
Crabs fried with lots of onions and dried chillies. Pretty standard fare actually.
Ho Chien (Oysters and Egg Omelette), RM18.00.
The standout dish of the night. I have not tried Ho Chien made this way before. Cooked in a sizzling hot plate with lots of oysters this dish was quite impressive. A definite recommendation.
Fried Sotong, RM16.00.
You standard battered fried Sotong. Well done. Sufficiently crispy and tasty.
Claypot Tauhu, Rm13.00.
This one is actually more of a soup than the normal type of Claypot Tauhu. The way it's prepared is reminicent of Sharks Fin Soup. Very nice.
Lobster steamed with eggs, RM54.00.
Wow... the lobsters here are so cheap! Too bad the only way they cook their lobsters are by steaming it. I would have preferred it baked with cheese and garlic. I didn't quite enjoy the way the lobster was cooked but thumbs up for the freshness. In fact everything we ate that night was fresh.
Except for the lobster everything else isn't really that cheap. The taste isn't outstanding either. However it's fun to take a drive to see the sights and get away from the hustle and bustle of KL city once in a while.
Ocen Seafood Restaurant,
Lot 109, Jalan Laut,
42800 Tanjong Sepat,
Selangor Dahrul Ehsan.
Tel: 603-3197 4443