Lu Bien Tan Food Corner
Name: Lu Bien Tan Food Corner
Food type: Chinese, Non-Halal
What's special?: Good food in great price
Price range: Varies from food ordered
If you think Senadin has nothing to attract you to go over for dinner, think again. Situated in between residences at Senadin and next to the "basketball court turns to car wash" place. There are many stalls over there varies from the West to the East. The one i have covered is the stall named "Fong Hua Food Centre" which serves a huge ranges of Chinese food.
One of the dishes we have tried for the night is local vegetable fried with eggs called "Mani" where the leaves are used to cooked with eggs and other ingredients. Taste wise is good as this kind of vegetable goes perfectly well with eggs.
This is the kind of beancurd dish which i never heard else where, it is called "gods hand" beancurd. I have no idea of the origin for the name but to me it is deep fried bean curds served with minced pork and spring onions. The gravy taste is quite unique in this case comparing to what i have tried so far. Maybe this is something you might be looking for: to have something new as part of your selection for your dinner :)
Belacan (local spicy dry shrimp paste) with 4 different kinds of peas or beans: Long beans, "goats horn" beans, lady fingers and the local peas called "Petai" which in chinese they usually called it as smelly beans. This is something new to me as i never think of all the beans and peas to cook in this way. Try it yourself and see if you actually like it or not.
Spare ribs cooked in Hong Kong Style. Spare Ribs are deep fried to cook and mixed in the wok with the thick gravy as its final coating.
This is something i should recommend you all if you like dishes cooked with alcohol: Local red wine chicken. Note that it is not the type of red wine served in the West. This is the red wine done in the East which is much lighter in colour and taste different. Taste is great and chicken meats are nicely absorbed all the greatness of red wine. Drink the soup and keep you warm for the night.