Claypot Butter Crab @ Restoran Wong Poh, Bukit Mayang Mas

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Every year when I asked KampungBoy what he wants for his birthday dinner, he asked for nothing but good healthy and happy life. I know! That is one hell of a very general answer; so this year I asked him to make a special request and he specifically asked for a “crabby dinner”. After some deliberation, I decided to take him to Wong Poh for some yummy-licious claypot butter crabs!
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If you are a crustacean fanatic, Restoran Wong Poh at Bukit Mayang Mas is the place to go. We reached the place at 6pm sharp on a Saturday evening but to our horror, the place was already packed inside out and we have sit under the intense glaring sun.

We ordered the salted egg mantis prawn as an “appetizer”. It came to our table hot and crispy. While the mantis prawns were coated with incredibly rich and creamy salted egg yolk paste, we find Wong Poh’s version to be too “flour-ly”.
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The claypot butter crab is the piece de resistance here, which we spotted in almost every other table. The crabs were so fresh, so fleshy and most importantly reasonably priced – medium size crabs are selling for RM 45 per kg and big size crabs are asking for RM 70 per kg. For only RM 52, we had two medium size crabs with plenty of sweet, succulent meat.
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Not to forget the thick, creamy butter sauce with a sprig of curry leaves or two. The gravy is best mopped up with fried ‘man tao’ (RM 0.70 each).
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KampungBoy said that it was one of the most incredible-tastiest and satisfying birthday dinner ever. Forget about fine dining! Ditch the fork and spoon! To add to the experience/taste, we broke the claws apart with our hands, pulled the meat off with our teeth and happily licking the butter sauce off our fingers. Messy but so satisfying.
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Happy Birthday again!

Restaurant Wong Poh
36 & 38 Jln BM 1/2
Bukit Mayang Mas
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 603-7803 3527

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  1. Simon says:

    I went here last year when i was in KL. I had the claypot butter crabs and also the mince pork japanese tofu. Both i thought were really nice!

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  2. KY says:

    this place is one of my all time favs, city star a few doors down are just as good as well!

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  3. ai wei says:

    hah! he sure very happie with this meal!!!

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  4. nice! i say the same, enough with the fine dining, its all getting a bit stale!

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  5. kampungboy says:

    Yum~ Thanks again, sweeties!

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  6. Happy belated birthday, KampungBoy! :D

    And I couldn’t agree more – birthday celebrations and meals needn’t be too fussy or limited to fine dining. A time of celebration should be comfortable and cheery and digging into really tasty food, why – that’s the highlight of the special day, isn’t it?

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  7. JD says:

    Happy Birthday to KampungBoy! Can’t eat crab…but sure looks delicious!

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  8. kkh says:

    there is a restoran 126 just next to city star, their bittergourd / pepper soup pork noodles is very nice, you sohould give it a try, they only open from morning till 4pm.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thx for the tips kkh

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  9. Wendy says:

    Wow those crabs look delicious! :D Do they have another branch somewhere? The sign look familiar for some reason…

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  10. Both of you are such a romantic couple. Looking at the meaty butter crab, make me drooling now.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    haha not romantic at all, we r old couple !

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