Victoria Bridge Cafe’s crab menu ‘sting’

ENJOYING kundas and putu perak is familiar to anyone who visits Karai or Kuala Kangsar. However, enjoying crab fried rice paired with durian cendol with a village atmosphere is something you must try at Victoria Bridge Cafe.
Not to mention when you have set foot when visiting the Victoria bridge in the town of Karai, Kuala Kangsar.
At Victoria Bridge Cafe, the crab fried rice set that is served uses fresh raw ingredients to ensure the sweetness and tenderness of the seafood.
Visitors only need a little persistence to open the crab shell to enjoy the deliciousness of the contents.
Most interestingly, visitors’ eyes will also be focused on the Victoria bridge which is located right in front of this shop and also the Perak River while enjoying the meal.
With a price of RM12, this menu is definitely worth it for those who come here especially served in an interesting atmosphere.Only for me, the sauce and fried rice are a little spicy for this menu. So for those who don’t eat spicy food, you need to remind in advance before the meal arrives.
In addition, visitors can also ‘touch’ laksa or curry noodles, especially when you arrive in the evening and it’s up to you whether you want to choose shrimp or crab to eat together.
The price for this dish is only RM12 while the laksa is RM5.50. The laksa used is not wheat flour laksa as is commonly used in ‘kuale laksa’.
This laksa is made from rice flour and is the same as other laksa.
For those who don’t want heavy food, some durian-based menus can be tried such as durian serawa or durian cendol.
The softness of glutinous rice and fresh coconut milk can’t be denied when enjoying durian serawa here.
In fact, the sweetness and deliciousness of durian is clearly felt as soon as the first bite enters the mouth, so that the problem is forgotten for a moment.
Although durian fruit production depends on the season, but not for these two menus that are always available throughout the year.
So for those who crave, you can just come to the shop located right in front of the Victoria bridge in Karai town, Kuala Kangsar.
In the meantime, the owner of Megat Sharfawi Ibrahim Megat Amri said, Victoria Bridge Cafe is open from 10 am to 6 pm every day and has been operating for the past few years. – Malaysian Weekly

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