As you approach KL from the Southern Gateway you will be swarmed with haphazard road works and eye-boggling road signs guaranteed to almost cause you accidents, especially if you are on the salivating lookout for freshwater fish haven Chan Sow Lin/Sg Besi.
Iconic Seremban-KL Highway. A multitude of blue road signs pointing to everywhere.
Jln Chan Sow Lin is to the far right. Watch out for U turn.
Turn left here.
Enter this side road for 200m. Its classically hot and dusty ...and looking like a big scrapyard. Do not look for big tree.
Look instead for the half-hidden dilapidated wooden shack with one creepy toilet in front.
This one ? Peep inside...and... u got it !...
Welcome to backStreetGlutton's riverine hideout !
One loud fat guy will quickly come and show you to your table. Ignore all those stares from the many many other gluttons left and right. Ordering is easy, no hassles, no stress. Just say ok, ok and ok . All dishes are very special ( according to the trustworthy fat guy ).
Start with this boiled green vege in oyster sauce. Really green, fresh and crunchy. This is to enpower your yang (positive influences) to handle the oncoming powerful yin ( negative elements) in accordance with traditional Chinese Culinary Philosophy no 8b.
The fish insides . Springy and overly tough. No special effects. Forgettable.