Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Galchi-Gui-Jungsik

This is main dish 3 that we ordered from Kims Korean Food Penang - Grilled Hairtail Fish - MYR31.80 ++ (MYR37.08 nett). The set includes a bowl of Kimchi Soup and a bowl of steamed rice. The fish is quite salty and has many thin bones so we must eat it carefully. Those who can't be bothered to eat carefully better stay away from this fish.

Grilled Hairtail Fish is a long, flat silver fish according to the menu.

30 comments:

  1. I don't like to eat fish with a lot of bones, I prefer to eat fish fillet

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    1. Fish fillet is easy to eat, no fuss.

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  2. I wonder what fish that is, looks a bit like what we call the belt fish. I like that. This one looks good too. Many thin bones? Not like terubok...or our worth-its-weight-in-gold upriver fish, I'm sure. Lots of tiny bones, forked some more...but they taste real good. Just go slow...and eat carefully.

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    1. Yes, have to eat carefully. Don't know the local name for this but I don't think it is a local fish.

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  3. Fish with lots of tiny bones is not my cup of tea.

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  4. I like fish but not those with many fine bones. Quite a hassle to eat.

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  5. Oh then I will stay away... very worrying about eating fish with fine bones due to bad experiences...

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    1. Be safe then stay away is prudent.

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  6. I love fish but if so many bones, then need to take times and be patient eating it.

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    1. Must be very careful and patient.

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  7. I dun have the patient to chew the bones out...so I tink this dish is not my option...I prefer stewed beef/pork instead..

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    1. Better stick with stewed beef then.

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  8. I love fish and I don't mind fish with tiny long bones. Only thing is have to eat slowly and carefully.

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    1. You must be a very patient person.

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  9. I'll only eat fish with tiny bones when I am at home. When I am out with the boys, it will be such a hassle that I'll have to skip it.

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    1. Hello Merryn. I have been trying so hard to leave my comments in all your blog posts but they don't appear. Someone please help!

      Mun, my apologies for using your post to catch Merryn here!

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    2. TM, it is ok. Hope submerryn can solve the mystery of why your comments don't appear on her blog posts.

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    3. Submerryn, at home your boys won't kacau you when you eat fish with many thin bones?

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    4. TM I am so sorry. I really have no idea why :( I don't see any comments pending for moderation neither. Sobs :'(

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    5. Mun, at home my hubby kopek the ikan flesh for me. LoL.

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  10. I have been hearing about this fish and this is the first time I am seeing its photo.
    I have patience to eat all the fishes that have hundreds of bones poking out.

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    1. You are truly a very patient man. Good for you!

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  11. They should have included "A long flat silver fish.... with a LOT of bones" in the menu description!

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    1. Like that less people will order it then.

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    2. Hehehe. True sometimes cannot be too honest.

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    3. Most people will not say negative things especially when they are selling the things.

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    1. No thin bones but thick bones fish you will also skip too.

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