Day Trip to Tanjung Sepat


  1. Tummythoz says

    Eh, the Ocen boss did not recommend his ‘ho-liau’ oyster ommelette? Our order was really overwhelmed with ‘liau’. =P

  2. J2Kfm says

    Ocen as in Oh Chien? or Ocean?!!
    hmmm …funny spelling.

    the yam fritters look good, being savoury rather than sweet. and what a cheap meal!

    thanks for the good post!

  3. thenomadGourmand says

    soooo much better than my Tg Malim pau experience!! and this ocen seafood plc really cheap horr..
    didnt know mushrooms r so varied!

  4. Pureglutton says

    tummythoz: they did recommend the omelette but we didnt order as we already had ordered so many dishes! Keep it for next round.

  5. Precious Pea says

    I love trip like this. Been thinking of visiting Tanjung Sepat but dunno the way there. Maybe should do it one weekend. Is the pau worth grabbing?

  6. Pureglutton says

    simple girl: Ya, nice short trip – experience some village living, hehe!

    bangsarbabe: Yeah, almost 100 paus shared among 5 persons – not that many lah!

  7. Pureglutton says

    Joe: Tg Sepat is becoming pretty popular – quite a good crowd of out-of-towners there!

    Vivien: Yeah, so cheap! I couldn’t believe they charged only RM5 for that very decent-sized plate of greens!

  8. Pureglutton says

    P.Pea: Very easy to get there – fr Kesas exit at Banting – go straight, pass Banting, pass Morib and then u will reach Tg Sepat. Just follow the road signs – won’t get lost! Yeah, the paus were goodddd – people buy by the big bagfuls!

  9. CUMI & CIKI says

    Ooo dejavu! We saw that spotted fish too!
    Also did u see that huge ass karaoke hall next to OCEN? Mad huh? lol

    To J2kfm – it really is called OCEN! not typo.. haha

  10. goolypop says

    oh. my…. i am late! late!..but..the small fish with tiny bones, they are called silver fish here woh..

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