Fishing it Out!

Ohhhh, what the fish? What’s all these fishie business about? Well, we are here to seek for yummy fishies in the mall and they can come in any form. Soooo, fishy, fishy where art thou yummy in Sunway Pyramid? We scoured and scoured the mall and found: 

Smoked Salmon Salad (CLASSIC) - Cappriciosa
Smoked Salmon Salad (CLASSIC) – Cappriciosa

Smoked Salmon Salad (CLASSIC) – Cappriciosa
Tears of joy just stream from our eyes at the sight of this yummilicious dish appearing on our table. Okay, maybe we exaggerate but… it’s true… salvation is here in the form of Capricciosa’s Smoked Salmon Salad. Not only healthy but fresh too, seasoned to the taste of perfection. Please, give us more…  

Salmon Zukushi - Sakae Sushi
Salmon Zukushi – Sakae Sushi

Salmon Zukushi – Sakae Sushi
Fresh. That’s the first thing that crossed our minds when we took a bite into the soft, Salmon Zukushi from Sakae Sushi. You can taste the artistry in this dish that can only be done by a chef that has years of experience. We can’t get enough but… yeah… we’re stuffed.  
 

Salmon Sushi - MOF
Salmon Sushi – MOF

Salmon Sushi – MOF
MOF is new to this salmon sushi business and you can taste it. It has only been introduced to the menu early this year. It has a long way more to improve. The salmon just falls flat, that’s too bad. We recommend you try other dishes then.   

Sweet and Sour Star Garoupa Fish
Sweet and Sour Star Garoupa Fish

Sweet and Sour Star Garoupa – Xia Mian Guan
Okayyyy, enough of salmon already. Let’s move on to cooked fish. We’ve mentioned about this fish before and we mentioned how Xia Mian Guan excelled in their fishy dishes. This fish is fresh and fried just nice to our taste. It is crispy and although chefs can’t go wrong with sweet and sour flavours, this restaurant has definitely set a higher bar to this dish – not only was the fish excellent to taste, the ingredients – the prawns were generous in size and the meat and sauce were in harmony. To read more on Xia Mian Guan’s food review, click here.

* Non-halal 

Pan Seared Norwegian Salmon - Brussels Beer Cafe
Pan Seared Norwegian Salmon – Brussels Beer Cafe

Pan Seared Norwegian Salmon – Brussels Beer Café
Oooooh. How can a dish like that have so very many flavours? The pan seared Norwegian Salmon is fresh, and as we bite into the fish, it was an explosion of flavours, sweet, savoury taste that lingers in your mouth.

* Non-halal

Fish Finger Basket - Studio Lounge
Fish Finger Basket – Studio Lounge

Fish Finger Basket – Studio Lounge
You can’t go wrong with fish fingers. Crispy and fried to golden brown, this is the perfect dish to nibble at when you are chatting with friends while dancing the night away at Studio Lounge, or just having a drink to chill out at night after work.

* Non-halal

Fish and Squid - Gardens Lifestyle Cafe and Store
Fish and Squid – Gardens Lifestyle Cafe and Store

Fish and Squid – Gardens Lifestyle Cafe & Store
Hmmm. Yes, the fish and squid dish in Gardens Lifestyle Café is crispy, nicer if it is served hot. It took awhile for the food to come and we guess that is when we take in the romantic atmosphere in.  

Double Boiled Chicken with Fish Maw in Superior Soup -Dragon i
Double Boiled Chicken with Fish Maw in Superior Soup -Dragon i

Double Boiled Chicken with Fish Maw in Superior Soup -Dragon i
A dish fit for the king, or queen! Yep, this is a luxurious dish. The bowl is choked full of ingredients – fish maw is soft, and cooked just right, and in Chinese, it’s called ‘enough fire’ or ‘gao foh hau’. Chicken is soft and melts in your mouth as the flavours disappear into your tastebuds. Give your parents a treat and bring them here to taste the finest bowl of soup at Dragon-i. 

* Non-halal

Wow! Who knows that there can be so much of aspects to think about when it comes to fish? Oh yum! What we know from all these is that a fish has to be served fresh (said many times in this blog) and steaming hot. They can also be served in many various forms, depending on which occasion it is… whether you like them raw, grilled, fried, steamed or cooked. Speaking of which, have you tried cooking a fish before? Can you cook?

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