Inspired by the Kampar's famous chicken curry bread, Soon Lee's restaurant's prawn curry in a loaf is a uniquely designed dish. The lightly sweetened bread is pillowy soft, with the sinfully rich and aromatic prawn curry wrapped in the loaf. To enjoy this tempting dish, you just need to peel off the bread and the 'hidden treasure' will fill the entire cavity of the bread. Despite having the curry baked inside the loaf, there is a less messy option whereby the curry filling and gravy are separated from the bread so that you can keep the remaining bread if you can't finish the whole thing at one go. The restaurant chef is very understanding and willing to attend to the special request of his diners as we all know bread soaked in curry will turn soggy in just a short while. Owing to this, finishing the bread is the only solution to it.
The gigantic loaf is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Dad and Mum gave their thumbs up to this dish.
Between having the curry baked together with the loaf and serving it outside the loaf, I opt for the latter. Come on la, there are only three of us, how are we going to finish the whole of it?
Being a 'rice bucket' himself, dad can never skip rice for a day, even with the huge bread loaf around.
Soon Lee Seafood Restaurant
7, Jalan Tokong,
34000 Taiping, Perak.
Tel: +605-8076624, 8056625