Sunday, October 11, 2015

Mr Fish

We saw this eatery being featured in a food programme on TV so we went there for breakfast at 10am.

I ordered a combo set - Deep fried fish fillet (Barramundi - siakap) thin meehoon with lemongrass drink (the other choice is a barley drink) for MYR15.50 nett.

The prawn fritter comes with the combo set.

This small bowl of rojak comes with the combo set too.

Non-fried fish fillet (Barramundi) thin mee hoon - MYR12.90 nett for a small portion. I will be back to eat this non-fried fillet mee hoon.

Deep fried fish head thin meehoon without milk in the soup - MYR11.90 for a small portion.

Teochew braised duck - special of the day - MYR5 nett. One group is allowed to order two plates of this only.

I ordered Combo A out of 5 combo sets. There is a loyalty card for you to collect 10 stamps to  get 1 free combo set - 1 stamp for 1 combo set ordered.

Please click on the menu above to view a larger photo. For combo A, you are allowed to choose F1 to F4 on the menu as the main dish. The menu says no MSG used.

45, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim. Please click on the photo above to view a larger copy.

Clean interior

A sketch on the wall

Mr Fish is located next to Wan Shoon coffee shop.

28 comments:

  1. I love fish head noodles. These looks good. I might make my way there some day. Thank you for sharing this Mun :)

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    1. You are welcome! Go for the fillets not the fish head.

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  2. I miss that KL-style fish bihun with the milky soup. I love the ones in clear soup too, both I like. I wish they would use nicer fish here - they all use those cheap frozen fish fillet here, the Dory. And ooooooo....the duck!!! My knees go weak at the sight of such beauty! Slurpsssss!!!!

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    1. Difficult to find this style of fish bihun in Sibu?

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  3. Got rojak with the noodles combo? Nice wor.. I like it with extra milk, yummy..

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    1. Quite strange to put rojak into thr combo don't you think?

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  4. I will go for the combo you chose with deep fried fish fillet.. comes with prawn fritter and mini rojak, not a bad combination too, haha!! but looks like quite a lot, did you manage to finish everything?? open kitchen concept in the shop?? and I like the sketch on the wall, looks cool..

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    1. I share my combo with my group so of course we finish everything. Not really open kitchen concept. There is still q hidden back kitchen.

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  5. OOh...love this type of fish head noodles especially added with milk.

    Last week I just had once.

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  6. Your combo set looks good! I much prefer the soup without milk, and a bit sourish. But the milk soup looks good too.

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    1. They do put salty vege ham choy in the soup so it is sourish.

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  7. Wah....fish head noodles, I like! The combo set is a good deal....must go and try this :)

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  8. I've been to this place before. I remember the deep fried fish was a bit hard.

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    1. You mean the fish head? The fillets I ate are not hard but very nice.

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  9. I would go for it as long as it is fish and seafood. Yummy. Long time did not eat these fish fillet mihun in milk and sour broth.

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    1. Yummy indeed but you sure can cook well.

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  10. Looks good! I like that that combo comes with quite a few things.

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    1. The combo is really value for money.

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  11. I actually love those fish noodles' soup, but I hate the fish, they usually use that type of fish with lots of bones, so even the fish fillet option sucks for me. I always look for fish paste noodles instead.

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    1. This fish fillet has no bones. Really. I am not bluffing you.

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  12. I prefer non fried fish fillet and without milk in the soup

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    1. The non fried fish fillets are tasty too. I would be going back to eat them.

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  13. Sometimes I wonder why prawn fritter they don't want to remove the prawn shell but leave it there

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  14. I just had Fish Head Noodles for lunch yesterday. Burp!
    I am learning this new word Barramundi. These days this dish is getting popular with so many outlets sprouting up around Klang Valley.

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    1. Nice to eat. That's why many places selling this.

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