Although shell-out dining concept has been the trend for the past two or three years, I can count with one hand the number of times I had eaten, shell-out style.

1. shell-out dinner

1. shell-out dinner

This is because shell-out food is usually seafood and I have minor allergy issues with certain shellfish. Moreover, it is very messy to eat with bare hands, so I rather not. But when an opportunity arises, I usually accept it. As the saying goes, “Rezeki jangan ditolak.” Right?

2. close up of the seafood

2. close up of the seafood

And so, one of our dinners during the Selangor Craft Trail 2017 familiarisation trip hosted by Selangor State Economic Planning Unit (Tourism Sector) in collaboration with Gaya Travel Magazine, was at D’Klang Mix Seafood in Johan Setia, Klang.

3. crayfish on rice ready to be savoured

3. crayfish on rice ready to be savoured

This seafood spread that you see on our dining table was only part of the meal as we were later served with crabs and other dishes. However, we were unable to take photos of those food as our hands were dirty already. Yes, we literally went “hands on” that evening!

4. D'Klang Mix Seafood (Seafood Lambak Atas Meja)

4. D’Klang Mix Seafood (Seafood Lambak Atas Meja)

This shell-out dinner comes in four options, priced from RM49.90 to RM229.90. Although the portions for all of these are for three or four pax, the price difference is based on the species of seafood.

Diners can opt for add-ons, at separate charges, which go by weight. To enjoy your shell-out dinner like I did, savouring the seafood berlambak atas meja I, you may wish to make your reservation by calling:

Wanie: 018-255 8717
Manja: 018-284 9638
Diba: 016-901 1589
Jijie: 014-718 6230
Badrul: 018-982 0858

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