25 Jun '17, 2pm

Because it's public holiday!

Each bite was made up of crispy, charred and fragrant skin encasing a morsel of moist, and gooey combination. You get the perfect texture of chewy and crispy starchy bits. The plate I had was moist and it was fried with some chilli sauce to bring out taste even better. The plump and succulent oysters here came from Korea, it’s XL size as compared to other stalls. Each plate is topped with coriander leaves, and please dip it into the thick and tangy chilli sauce. It’s shiok!

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/lims-fried-oyster-berseh-foo...

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