The Yi Jia Restaurant’s signature dish is crab. As it’s written on the restaurant’s website, they “have their own method of cooking up a good dish of crab, along with the right sauces and ingredients”. The chef’s recommendation is the “Honey Crab”. But I’m not a big fan of crabs, so in Yi Jia I tried their Frogs steamed with ginger:
Besides crabs and frogs here you can try fresh fish (seabass, river patin, golden pomfret, hamphead snapper etc.), clam cooked in different ways (with spicy sauce, with ginger and spring onions or with curry paste), prawns, squids and mantis shrimps. I had butter mantis shrimps there:
Also Yi Jia offers pork, chicken dishes, vegetables, soups and noodles:
To be honest I was not much impressed with the frogs and the mantis shrimps, but noodles was really tasty. Anyway, you can visit this place and make your own opinion.
Restaurant’s building occupies two storeys: airconed room on the first floor and open-air ground floor with fans:
Prices here are quite reasonable, for example: clam from RM10, sea cucumber from RM40, fish from RM3/100g – almost the same as in Todak Seafood. See some photos of menu below.