I’m sure many dog owners have wondered how on earth do you get a large dog to walk with you without using a leash. Right?
Well, from the experience we go thru, dogs’ attitude, character, etc will change as time goes on. Much like humans growing up. Pups tend to be more adventurers and loves to chew on anything they can get their teeth on. As they grow older, they tend to stabilize and learn better in a calmer condition.
It takes a lot of time and effort in understanding your dogs, and to walk with them peacefully, they must first respect you, the owner. To get respect, owners must first learn to respect these wonderful species.
Here, we tried many ways and slowly but not perfectly, is able to get him to walk along with us without using a leash. Although we only do it late at night without any interruptions, it is still a good start.
Ok, if you are born Malaysian-Chinese, you’d mostly have this somewhere along your life. If you haven’t, please go back and confirm your birth cert accuracy.
Kari Mee, means a bowl of piping hot spicy soup with mee, bihun or maggi mee, plus meat and some lemak-ness to it. Now, this version is the dry type, where the soup is much less, and there is additional thick soy sauce added in to enhance the flavour.
So, this shop is located opposite the “old-&-no-more” operating cinema in Kulim. It’s open early in the morning till around 11+. What’s classic is, the couple running & selling this dish have been at it for more than 20 years and they previously run a shop under a huge tree.
So what better way to start my morning by ordering the “Dry Kari Maggi”. Topped with a few slabs of pork skin that have been cooked until it’s soft as tissue. They will pour a good amount of thick curry with a lot of lemak from using santan, on top. And you must simply request for a bigger spoonful of their special chili which enhances the curry-ness altogether.
Mix it all together really well, and dine away! The sweet, bit spicy curry sauce will awaken your taste buds instantly. Take another bite, and feel the soft pork skin that have absorb all the curry flavour…they just melts in your mouth. Awesome!!
Operating hours: Breakfast only
Price range: RM4-5/bowl
How to get there? Follow this map-lah!
Alright, firstly, when you see the word “Seafood”, it doesn’t mean lobster, crabs, GeoDuck, etc. It’s just to indicate, this particular eatery is a “chu char” restaurant. Meaning, you can order dishes that they will cook on demand basis.
So back to Hui Seafood, this place is not new. It’s been here for ages but the thing is, the chef knows his food. People, if you don’t know your food, please don’t start cooking because someone will suffer.
Now, I ordered the curry fish head, and let me warn you guys, the portion here is pretty big. So if you go eating here and there is only 2 of you, don’t pandai pandai order 3 or 4 dishes.
The curry fish head is superb. It tasted like someone who loves to cook, dishing out their signature dish. It’s a bit spicy, lemak-ness from using the coconut milk but my goodness…pour it over your rice and you can wallop the whole plate. I know I did. They used a local fish called “Ang Chor” which is Jenahak if Malay. If I’m wrong, just pandai pandai correct me.
What else is good here? You might want to try the Fried Curry Chicken, Stir Fry Kai Lan, Steam Egg, or the voluptuous Pork Leg dish. They are all good, trust me.
Location: Next to TNB, Kulim
Operating hours: Dinner time
Price: RM20+ per pax