|We found Selama and it was my first time to Selama, just a typical small town and quiet on a Sunday noon time.|
|Restoran Lam Khie (it was known as Lam Kee previously can be easily located found on the main road, Jalan Besar. A good friend of Jo insisted that we must visit her family's restaurant whenever we are back to north.|
|Poi Mei has fixed 12.30pm for us to savour the food but we were there earlier. Yes at last we were at Restoran Lam Khie with my mother, father in law, maid & my wife to try some good foods.|
|Frankie Chea the owner cum cook sorting out the fresh supply of fresh water prawns.|
Wow just look at the elegant fresh water prawns.
|When we reached there were locals relaxing at the shop some eating Wan Tan Mee and some eating rice with wild boar curry with rice.|
|The pot of wild boar curry looks enticing, next time I shall try it.|
|A pot of stock for the noodle.|
|Wan Tan Mee of Selama and the noodle is own made.|
|Sang Har Mien - It was awesome the fresh prawns were so tasty so was the noodle. The own made was chewy nothing like those hard preserved yee mee we normally get in KL . This is a must try dish.|
|Frankie took a bit of extra time to garner his food for my simple photography.|
|Our prawns at the kitchen.|
|The home made noodle of Lam Khie.|
|Steamed fresh water Lampang Fish with soy sauce & ginger was another delicious dish prepared by Frankie.|
|And the roe of the fish on top of it. The meat is sweet but full of bones.|
|Our fresh water Lampang fish.|
|Frankie Chea told us he started boiling this soup since 5 something in the morning and I enjoyed the richness of tis tonic soup. It was awesome and must have it again.|
It's a softback turtle and village chicken soup boiled with red dates and wolf berries, such a great delicacy.
Restoran Lam Khie
52, Jalan Besar,
34100, Selama, Perak, Malaysia.