2012-08-23

Port Weld Seafood

Yesterday, before I returned to hell work, we went to Kuala Sepatang (Port Weld) for heavenly delicious seafood. Kuala Sepetang is only 20km from Taiping town, this cost us roughly twenty five minutes traveling time. 
In previous several trips,  we had tried Xin Kuala Sepetang Sea Food Restraurant. This time we tried Restaurant Tepi Sungai.
MIL bought a pack of trianggle Kuih Kapit for the girls to quench their hunger, while waiting for the ordered food.
Dishes that we ordered. 2 big plates of steamed baby octopus wasn't in the picture, and steamed big fish was half savored.
April loves eating crabs. After the feast, they were enjoying the beautiful view at fishing village.
This fishing river scenery is a heaven most appreciated by photographers.
The total food bill for 4 adults and 2 children came up to RM125, plus the fruit juices. I truly enjoyed the scenery and of course the seafood. If you love photography, you can sure capture nice shoot here. The main selling point is you can try out absolutely fresh seafood with a cheap rate that you can't find else where. Do take some time off your schedule and plan a visit to this beautiful town, if you drop by Taiping.

Restaurant Tepi Sungai (RT Weld Restaurant)
No 150 Tepi Sungai
Kuala Sepetang
34650 Taiping
Tel : 05 8581169
Business Hour : 11am – 9.30pm
GPS Coordinates : N04 50.150   E100 37.620

52 comments:

  1. Will definitely bookmark it down.

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  2. Yay!...Finally a new post from you ...I was waiting for your next post.. It's good to know that you enjoyed your time with your family :)

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  3. I guess the place is not as crowded as several days before.

    Everyone came back for Raya holidays and all the eateries were packed!

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    1. hehehehe, and it was the other way round in KL.. KL was so quiet and peaceful because all the people gone back for Raya holidays~~

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  4. Kuala Sepetang is the place we can get fresh and cheap seafood :D but I never been to that area, am shy to admit about it @.@

    The furthest I went was Matang.... which is equally good and cheap too :)

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  5. Yeah, we prefer here to have nice seafood too.

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  6. Aiyoooo this Ah Hua is like a homely gal and don't go places to makan. What a lovely place to live in Taiping where you have such nice places nearby. Why don't you move to KL and live here? So stressful place.

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    1. I think his face will surely turn to yellow.."wong min poh" .... if she stay in KL..
      every weekend the hubby will bring her to Bangsar watch EPL..
      and smoke havana cerut.. lol

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    2. Wakakakaka! What an idiot SP!! I cannot stop laughing to imagine Ah Hua smoke cerut!!

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    3. aiyah, never mind lah, since SP will be going back to Ipoh and then meet the Y&Y Sistas, he can bring this Ah Hua to go out to "cheong" mah~~

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  7. Yay .. i always go to this restaurant..
    maybe I did bump to ah hua and yan before le..

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    1. huh?? why you always go there?? you always go Taiping one meh?? i thought you orang Ipoh??

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    2. aiyo jalan jalan cari makan mah..
      my dad visit his old friend and then at the same time eat some nice seafood

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  8. How come it is Tepi Sungai but serve seafood? They should serve River Food! LOLOL Wakakakaka

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    1. because the sungai eventually flows to the laut mah.. so they catch the SEA food from the sea and up the river they bring back the SEA food lor~~

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  9. my dad know the boss very well...
    but my dad say that it is still not that cheap..
    maybe charge more for that..

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  10. Eating seafood here in KL is like eating bombs! I just ordered 2 crabs in a food court and it costs RM51..... BOOOM!

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    1. crab in foodcourt cost RM51?
      damn expensive le.....
      better go to Feh Lou Hai...

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    2. very true!! got all the 魚蝦蟹 then only RM125 in total, so cheap lor.. here in KL ah, i think RM200 lah..

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  11. i love the fish...
    it is very fresh

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  12. one thing I don't like about the place is the petrol smell..
    when boat pass by sure got petrol smell...

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    1. Wakakakaka what an idiot who loves petrol smell?? Go work for Shell as pump attendant laaa. You can smell whole day until sohaiiiii....

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    2. your mata got problems is it?
      kanasai..

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  13. I miss this place... Though its quite hot there, the food is worth trying!

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  15. this place looks interesting and reminds me of Tg. Sepat in Selangor :)

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  16. Sounded like Bukit Tambun in Penang. :)

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  17. wah, this post is like advertising for them lah.. so you must show them this post next time, and ask them to give you free.. because you are their hot ambassador mama~~

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    1. Port Weld sounds so familiar, we studied that in History right?? it's such a famous port in Perak back in the 19th century.. and it's actually just a fishing village??

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    2. errr, i am not a photography enthusiast lorr, so will just ok-ok enjoy the view lah.. to me the food is more attractive!!! :p

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    3. Our history books always mentioned the railway track from Taiping to Port Weld. All about tin mining and Frank Swettenham. Today we have modern day Sohai SP who loves to smell petrol at tepi sungai at Port Weld!

      Kakakakakakaka

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    4. annay tm.. you really LOU FAH..
      I say don't like about the place is the petrol smell?

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  18. wah, very nice lor, really all seafood you had!! 魚蝦蟹全包宴!! aiyah, the baby octopus you too hungry and wallop all before you can even take a photo?? :p

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    1. April loves to eat crabs ah?? hehehehe, not really for Uncle SK lah.. because he very lazy to shell the crabs one, so mafan and so messy eating crabs lor..

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    2. but he likes to dip the mini bun with the gravy of the crab lah.. but now most of the time seldom eat the sweet/sour already, normally eat the salted eggs one.. haha!!

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  19. The scenery is indeed very nice.Food looks good too!

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    1. did yiu buy the "har Mai". Bought some the other day, It;s so nice and white. MIL so happy with those

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  21. I always love to have seafood in this type of environment. Peaceful and refreshing and not to mention the fresh seafood!

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  22. I love fishing village. Here in KL we are so far away from sea or sungai :(

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  23. Hope u had a great time with ur family

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  24. Next time I want to try the other shops.. see compatible or not.. yes, i love the scenery too!

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  25. I only had a few occasions eating at places like this. That was when I was still single hanging out with my friends.

    Will definitely take note of this place.

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  26. Sound like a good place to makan seafood.

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  27. yeha, i also heard from my parents people go kuala sepetang to buy fish and other seafood and bring it back to cook .

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  28. Hi Sheoh, nice place for makan. The seafood look delicious.Yum yum

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  29. Long time never been here for seafood.

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  30. Thailand Seafood, enjoy the healthy seafood with original taste. Dealing in seafood from number of years

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