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Friday 29 October 2021

AIK KEE Bentong

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Happy NRP Phase 4 Kuala Lumpur! 

Each time we come to Bentong we would be remiss if we did not have dinner at Aik Kee. Just a 2-minute walk away from Hotel Kristal, Aik Kee sits on the left in a row of eateries. We were glad to see that Aik See survived the pandemic and was ready to welcome dine ins again.

As always, we ordered the:
• Steamed River Catfish with Soy Sauce
• Kung Pao (Dried Chilli) Squid in a Yam Basket
• Kung Pao (Dried Chilli) Pork
• Large Omelette

The entire meal came to RM114.50 (approximately USD28; EUR24) which was quite reasonable since we had almost a kilogram of catfish. If you are in Bentong and would like to try some local seafood and kungpao styled cuisine we would highly recommend Aik Kee to you.

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📍 Location:
Kedai Makanan & Mee Aik Kee -

We do what we can to support local businesses, and it's always good to know that everyone here observes all related SOPs, it helps make us feel safer and reassured.

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