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Snakehead Fish And Fruits In Lawan Kuda, Gopeng

ALL WAS NOT LOST EVEN THOUGH the restaurant we went to earlier was not opened yet... Thanks to my two foodie friends, we still managed to get hold of some other options for our lunch.  There are two restaurants right on the main road in Lawan Kuda, both which I had not been to before and I was all ready to go to either one....  These restaurants are famous for their "Sang Yue"  *Ikan Haruan* aka Snakehead fish.
On the right is Restaurant Xin Qi Jia Fa....
On the left is Restaurant J.J. Fatt and we ended up going to this one..
There were only two tables occupied upon entering and in no time, 
our dishes were being served...
Steamed beancurd with minced meat...
One fish can be dished out to become two different styles....
Stirfry with ginger and spring onions....
Fresh and nice....
And the rest of the fish was whooped into a soup base....

The soup consists of chinese wine cooked with some herbs, red dates and wolfberries...
For the three of us, we had a generous share of the soup...
A very fleshy meal, the bill came to RM56 with rice and drinks.....
Even though our tummies were filled after a heartful meal, 
we did not go home empty-handed....
Another one of my favourite fruit season is on now!!
 

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  1. The steam beancurd with minced meat looks good

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  2. The steam beancurd with minced meat looks good

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  3. Oh? Haruan is snakehead? Good for post-surgery, they say, will help wound heal faster.

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    1. Yes, I googled it.. hope I am right.. hahaha

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    2. It depend on the type or species of the snakehead. If I am not mistaken, the bigger type like the giant snakehead (usually found in south asia or southeast asia e.g Malaysia) and the northern snakehead (north asia like northern China), are called ikan Toman. The smaller variety like the striped snakehead are called ikan Haruan.

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  4. I also heard that snakehead helps in healing wound after surgery...

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  5. Nice lunch. All looks good.

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  6. I have not eaten snakehead fish before. Oh, the duku is from Terengganu?

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  7. The soup is very tasty! I love the sweet duku from Trengganu!

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  8. hahaha.....yummy soup leh..... Duku trengganu? err...price also trengganu price ke...rm2/kg LOL

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