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Melaka’s Longkang Siham To Open In SS15 On 29 Sept & The First 50 Customers Get FREE Crabs

We may need to wait before visiting Longkang Siham in Melaka again as the interstate travel ban has yet to be lifted. But perhaps we don’t have to make that road trip all the way to Melaka to dig in into a legendary crab-fest!

Klang Valley-ians are bound to be excited as the infamous Longkang Siham will be having its soft opening in SS15, Subang Jaya on 29 September (Wednesday)!

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Longkang Siham is one of the most popular foodie spots in Melaka and it is just a walking distance from Jonker Street. As the name itself suggests, the stall is located right beside a drain.

Despite the name, Longkang Siham does not only serve siham (cockles) but also a variety of seafood and you can browse their menu here.

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But that’s not all, as Longkang Siham by Capitol Seafood – KL SS15 Branch has a surprise in store for their fans who are eagerly waiting for the opening.

A soft opening promotion will be eligible for the first 50 customers of the day, who will be given A FREE CRAB worth RM15, with a minimum order of RM15. The free crab can be redeemed by making a pre-booking here.

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In the meantime, dine-in is only allowed for fully vaccinated guests with a maximum number of 40 pax at a time. Their operation hours begin at 11am till 2.30pm and will resume again at 5.30pm till 10pm. As of now, delivery is only available via Lalamove, so make sure you contact the store if you wish to make an order.

The place can be found at this address:

SS15 Longkang Siham: 80, Jalan SS15/4b, 47500 Subang Jaya.

You can also contact 013-941 2351 to make an order. Visit their official Facebook and Instagram account for more info.

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