As we drive towards rompin, aj took us a long detour to visit this unique orang asli chinese restaurant in the middle of nowhere.
A chinese restaurant it is, but the staff, owner and customers are mainly orang asli.
We were dead hungry after driving for more than 5 hours.
Wasting notime, we ordered their signature wild dear meat panfried in pepper and onion. Verdict. Abit gamey but tender. Howevet I wasnt fully impressed by it
Next up was freshly caught wils river baung fish at rm32 per kilo.
The meat was amazingly tender and sweet and it was the star dish for the night. For rm32, this was the deal of the century.
This is the before picture of Mr Baung fish.
Samsu wild kampung chicken.
The meat was leaner and tougher than the usual kampung chicken you get. Probably the difficult terrain in the wild wild forest makes the chicken work harder. The chef was dousing this dish with a copious amount of samsu rice wine and you do get a instant alcohol high. It was a heart warming dish slurping the samsu soup on a wet cold night.
Fish tank to store the wild baung. It probably help to reduce the muddy taste off the fish as well
You cant find a single review of this restaurant on the net. So, heres the contact and do go hunt them down