The meat were properly cooked and so tender they fall off from the bones easily, you could almost chew them down without dentures. The combination with the saltiness of parma, hotness of paper, and freshness of oyster worked well. Kim includes photos of each step for her recipe too, super easy to follow. My favorite was naturally, the raw oyster which carries a punch with those pepper. If the decoration of this place brings a sense of deja vu to you, it was probably because Racks is run by Paul James, the guy who is also behind The Magnificent Fish and Chips just a few doors down. Everything comes out to around RM 12 per person including rice and tea. That was especially a sweet touch, thanks guys, and lets do this again next year and every year. December 19, 2 Comments. A big thank you to everyone who shows up, and even bigger thank you to those who brought alcohol and home made red velvet cupcake Lainey to share.