San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap

Fresh from my experience at Tai Mah Restaurant in Sungai Bakap, I had the chance to dine in at another chinese restaurant a couple of shoplots down, San How Restaurant. The settings are very much similar, introduced by my soon to be father-in-law, we had a nice dinner over there. Again it was an early dinner before 6pm.

San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
5 & 7 Jalan Besar,
Taman Rebena, 
14200 Sungai Bakap, Malaysia
Phone: 045821587

It is rather interesting to note this restaurant has a Facebook page, an active one at that. A quick chat with the owner, and I found out the page is maintained by their son, the new generation. Now who says social media isn't an important tool?

San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
Restaurant modest settings
San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
San How Restaurant Menu

As usual with restaurants such as these, it did not take long for our food to arrive. Even the steamed fish was really fast to prepare. Served with chinese tea, we enjoyed a meal for four, a rather simple one really. Check out what we had that afternoon, the specialty would be the "Fried Egg Soup"

San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
#1 Chinese Tea
San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
#2 Fried Kangkung Belacan
#3 Steamed Fish Head, Janice's family seems to love steam fish a lot
San How Restaurant Sungai Bakap
#4 Fried Egg Soup

I was really intrigued with the egg soup, served with meat, prawns, fishballs, and vegetables, the main ingredient would be the egg. The egg is neither steamed, nor boiled but fried before being added into the delicious soup. I would have expected the soup to be really oily, but on the contrary, the soup tasted really good, not oily at all. The egg tasted like what one would get from a "fu yong tan" dish.

Overall, a really satisfying early evening dinner for a cost of RM53, which wasn't really expensive considering the fact the fish had so much meat on it. I can really get used to this eating out routine, but of course home-cooked meal would be the best.


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22 comments :

  1. Another restaurant... I thought I commented already, turns out to be a different one. This one looks good too. The food looks great...and I think I would love the soup. I love clear soups - I wonder how they cook it. Can't really tell from the photo...

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  2. Steam Fish Head is dam nice okays . . . you need to learn the secret how to eat it . . .

    got dam alot of meat 1 LOL :P

    I love fish head with Halia

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  3. Fried egg soup is something new to me (:

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  4. Sg Bakap sounds very familiar.. on the way to Penang, right?
    The fried egg in soup? Last time during confinement, remember my mum doing it with ginger and then add water to make soup.. :)

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  5. yummy steamed fish. I love steam fish too. Less "heaty" than those fried ones

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  6. it's rare for me to see a restaurant tat display the whole list of the dishes!

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  7. fried egg soup?? haha, that's something new to me, haven't tried that before.. and the kangkung belacan with shrimps looks so appetizing..

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  8. I LOVE steamed fish lots too!! but but not fish's head!! >.<

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  9. wow, the price is ok woh~ since got steamed fish!

    very impress tat this restaurant got fb acc...@@ very modern~

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  10. I love steam fish a lot too!! So yummy!!

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  11. The fried egg soup got radish?

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  12. The fried egg thingy looks good =D

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  13. Wahhh, Fried Egg Soup looks tempting !!

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  14. i love steamed fish.

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  15. I love that plate of belacan kangkong with the prawns.Drooling here.n

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  16. hi, congrats on your wedding..

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  17. Wah, got fish dish, RM53 consider reasonable cheap liao!^^

    Thanks for the Voltage tics, I had a great evening!

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  18. Hye Hye Walk here n look for food yummyy hehehe..hungry now haizz..lol

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  19. fried belacan kangkung is always my favorite! :D

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  20. nice decent looking chinese restaurant which i wouldnt be interested haha. hope your wedding was awesome. enjoy your honeymoon!

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