>> Jul 28, 2010
Studying too much neurology in a day can serious cause trauma to the brain. How ironic huh? Anyway, I'm finding every excuse to procrastinate, so why not write up a new entry.
After hearing so much about Robson Heights Seafood Restaurant, I couldn't resist the urge but to try it. Robson Heights Seafood Restaurant is located 2 or 3 stone throws from Midvalley (Megamall). This place, as the name suggest, is located up a hill. Parking was very limited that night (although the restaurant wasn't very full).
The Si Tao Poh was kind enough to 'entertain' my fickle mind in picking my dishes. I was blunt enough to asked for the prices of the crabs and prawns before making my order. I didn't want to get 'cheated' as this was foreign territory for me. Anyway, the food didn't take long to come.
The Ham Dan Hai (salted egg yolk crabs) were very good. It tasted different compared to the ones found in greenview (different in a good way). The crabs were coated very evenly with the salted egg yolk. The crabs were also fresh and cooked well (the crab flesh didn't get stuck to the shells). I was quite satisfied with this dish. This dish was RM84 (RM56/kg).
All in all, a relatively satisfying meal that was saturated with lots of cholesterol (I personally feel that it is okay to indulge in good unhealthy food once a while). Robson Heights Seafood Restaurant certainly deserves a revisit. The next time round, I would like to try their crab roe rice that J2Kfm had.
*Opinions expressed are solely based on my personal experience
Pricing: About RM50 per person
Map to Robson Heights Seafood Restaurant
Robson Heights Seafood Restaurant
10B, Jalan Permai,
Off Jalan Syed Putra,
50460 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone number: 03 2274 6216
10.30am to 3pm & 5.30pm to 11.30pm daily
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