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Tilapia Fish Omega-3 Along Lapangan Symphony Suites, Ipoh

FROM LIGHT SNACKS IN MENGLEMBU, WE ADJOURNED TO ANOTHER DESTINATION FOR OUR DINNER, all the way to Simpang Pulai for something "fishy" again!
 This time we wanted to try another new shop here along Symphony Suites...
It is called Tilapia Omega-3...
Satu orang Satu ikan...
*One fish to one person*
Something like the one along the same row called Famous Rawang Steamed Fish...
Upon entering, this large wallpaper "greeted" us....
Written here... Our Omega 3 Tilapia fishes are breed in clean and pristine environments
in our towns in Temoh, Perak in strict compliance with Malaysia Good Agriculture Practices..
The place was quite empty except for ours cos it was not even 6pm yet....
And thus gave us time to take whatever we like .... 
Simple dishes we ordered...
Bitter Gourd with eggs...
Steamed beancurd in pumpkin sauce....
Steamed Tilapia for me...
Crispy fried for my friend...
In fact we ordered one for each of us...
Eat with satisfaction...  
Total cost RM89
Good to be back in Ipoh!!
Yam Char....
 

Comments

  1. That's HUGE! Here, at our Sarawak fast food franchise, you can also get one each...but maybe half the size, all deep fried. Very nice also!

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  2. First thing I'm attracted to is the steamed beancurd in pumpkin sauce.. Gravy sure sedap eat with white rice..

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  3. wah!!! sumptuous meal that was, one tilapia fish for each person!! haha, very good gimmick from the restaurant huh?? and probably this is just a "Master Hobby" for the makan kaki, as seen on the signboard above the restaurant :p

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    1. For those who like fish.. otherwise very hard to finish one whole fish...

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  4. i will said no thank you to Bitter Gourd as i don't eat Bitter Gourd... hehe...

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    1. You must learn how to eat.. very nice one.. hehehe

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  5. I could finish a whole fish by myself. Steamed tilapia is nice to eat when warm.

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  6. Wah! Syiok lah... so many fish and types of it cooked.

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  7. I will sure say yes to one whole fish all to myself!

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  8. one fish per person? is it mandatory? the fish look huge, I wonder if a small eater can finish it...
    Anyhow, the steamed fish looks appetizing...

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  9. I sure cannot finish whole gish by myself

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  10. My kind of comfort food. I like the fish most, be it deep fried or steamed.

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  11. I like this concept of 1 orang 1 ikan. Can eat puas puas!

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  12. The bill is quite cheap for so much! Worth it man.
    I love fried fish anytime and chew them through the bones. Kikiki

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