Three dishes of crabs. a frog dish plus a vegetable dish, a tofu dish, and some buns, not to mention rice and tea for RM 150 for 8 people? It's incredible but it's true. It worked to be 18.75 each. Tak Fok Restaurant in Kepong is popular for its crabs, especially its signature dish: crabs prepared in cream of mushroom and cheese. But being a cheese consumer occasionally, and that is confined to Kraft cheese, I found it to cheesy for my liking. Anyway, I am digressing a little here. The restaurant as usual is packed. The patrons spill out to the tables set up by the road side.
Pegs, that are used to track the orders for each table; you might find your order list with several pegs clipped to it
Fried sweet potatoes leaves; this vegetable used to be a poor man's food, but now it has taken on respectability
Tofu with preserved vegetables; this is yummy especially its dressing which comes from a the preserved vegetable 'bueh chai' in Hockien and 'mui choi' in Cantonese. In Mandarin? I don't know!
Frogs fried with ginger and spring onions; the consensus is that the frog meat is frozen and taste is bland; nothing like those found jumping in the aquarium