Friday, May 29, 2015

Majority Rules

8 of us treated a team fella to a goodbye lunch. Ordered the following food for sharing and each of us paid MYR29.50 only.

MYR57.90++

Menu picture

Also MYR57.90++

Menu picture of the above

The description for the above two dishes

Starter - MYR22.90++

Picture from Menu

This tower of Mountain Dew is foc

Flaming MYR57.90 add MYR6 to change dory fish to cod fish

Menu photo

Choices to swap the dory with.

Store front

34 comments:

  1. i like MFM for their sharing platter but I don't fancy the fried giant coz all fried stuffs. I love the grill ones more :)

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    1. Grill ones are definitely healthier than the deep fried ones.

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  2. MFM!!! My girl loves this place. KL ones better, went to Queensbay outlet in Penang - the fish was soaked in oil, the batter all soggy - not palatable at all. So put off by it that I never went back again, not even in KL. :(

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    1. I will not go to this place if it is not for the majority.

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  3. That is quite a feast. I'm not so fond of fried stuff though. I'd like to know if they had any baked or steamed fish options.

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    1. I don't think there are any steamed fish options but baked maybe and poached yes.

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  4. I like Manhattan Fish Market too.. Usually eat at the one in MidValley.. I like their garlic rice with the creamy garlic sauce..

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    1. The single meal portion is too large for me so I don't go there if I have a choice.

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  5. The drinks is FOC because it's come with the meal?

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    1. There are no drinks provided with the platters. The manager was kind enough to give us the free drinks out of the goodness of his heart but only for mountain dew.

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  6. i somehow find the photos you took look nicer than the ones on the menu!! hahaha, usually this would not be the case huh, since they would make the dishes more presentable for the "illustration purpose" on the menu.. it's better to go to TMFM in a big group, cos things are mostly in big portion and very very filling.. I've been there twice, can't really eat much..

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    1. You are spot on about it is better to go there in a really big group because cannot really eat the deep fried food much since will get satiated very fast so need many people to eat it. Maybe the reflection from the menu makes the photo not very clear.

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  7. I prefer Fish & Co to MFM but, if I were to eat MFM, I'd usually go for the flaming platter (my fav are the prawns) rather than the fried one. I do like their signature garlic herb sauce though.

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    1. I did not eat the prawns from the flaming platter because I was too full by then. A long long time ago when Fish & Co just open for business I ate there but have never been back there since.

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  8. OMG! The yummy photos made my saliva drip like water tap! So cruel!

    I love them all.

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    1. They would be happy to have a customer like you. :)

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  9. The food looks appetizing but I bet it tastes better because it was shared thoughtfully.

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    1. You are right, the sharing makes it better because I can't eat much.

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  10. The first picture look kind of gross and unhealthy, even for my low standards... Now I know why you fret about going to MFM...

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    1. You are not supposed to eat all the deep fried food on your own. :p

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  11. wow that's a lot... the plates are almost overflowing! I don't think i can finish a plate alone hehe... love seafoods by the way...

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    1. These plates of food are meant to be shared by many people. In your country the seafood is fresher I think.

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  12. The pictures look quite good actually. MFM outlets are normally rather empty.

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    1. Are they? The one at Midvalley is always full during weekends and this one is full during weekday lunch.

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    2. I used to pass by the Pavilion one, almost empty. Curve too. KLCC one a bit better I think but then again I hardly walk to that corner.

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    3. You are right about the Ikano MFM (near Uncle Lim Cafe) - that one is always empty when I pass by it. I did not even know there are outlets at KLCC and Pavilion.

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  13. Mun, looks like mostly fried stuffs. Cannot eat often. I would definitely swap the dory fish for some other fish.

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    1. Yes for those who want to live till a ripe age, cannot eat deep fried food often.

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  14. The mountain dew looks very refreshing

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    1. Tastes like sprite or 7 up to me.

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  15. OMG, I wanna dig in too, Mun! So sinful & yummy! xoxo

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  16. great variety of deliciousness :) yummY

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    1. Yes great variety for sharing!

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