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Monday, 10 September 2012

Restaurant Woh Fung, Paramouth Garden PJ

It has been more than  one year since we "makan" at this restaurant. The last round we came here were in December 2010 and June 2010

Two weeks ago after going to Pasar Malam, Mamarazzi said wanna eat steamed fish. Where to eat? Can only think of this restaurant at a moment notice.

Guess what I brought along to eat while waiting for the food to be served?

Tada!! Banana. Papa asked me how MONKEY  peel banana and I showed him.

Then  he called me a monkey! Hmph!

Don't care. Sumbat!!!!

Bittergourd with Salted Egg. I don't like but Mamarazzi like.

Alamak...what Tauhu is this again ah? Lupa...is it Tung Poh Tauhu or seafood Taufu ah? Forgotten liao. For me.


Teo Chew Steamed Patin for Mamarazzi. However, she was a bit disappointed as she feels the dish was not salty enough. HUH? That's a first time for her. And that the gravy from the fish was rather thick instead of the usual "watery" for those steam fish.

Why the gravy "pedas"? Looks like Mamarazzi oppsie again. Scooped the ginger into my rice too on top of the gravy from the fish dish.

Overall, it have been ok la but price was not as cheap as the first time we went there. This meal cost around RM60.  The fish alone cost RM30 plus. Guess, the price have to be increase in view of the inflation over the year.


58 comments:

  1. hehehehe, this paparazzi so naughty lah.. but i like that trick.. small kucing kena tricked and want to sulk at a corner almost~~ priceless expression on his face!! :D

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    1. but that photo that he sumbat the banana, hahahaha, really like small monkey instead of small kucing lor.. kucing eat fish and what eats banana?? :D

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    2. Can anak Meow eat banana one ah? ;p

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    3. ANAK MEOW SHOULD EAT IKAN BILIS.

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  2. Tung Poh Taufu?? hahaha, you think Tung Poh Yuk meh?? i think this type of taufu is called Hong Siew Taufu lah, although it has too much gravy i would say..

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    1. SK that one is Hong siew ah? entah la...should have put caption "something something taufu" kakaka

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  3. not salty enough?? then it's ok lah, can add salt or soy sauce yourself mah.. rather than being too salty and you can't even eat right?? hmmmm, thicken gravy for the fish?? hmmm, how weird hor?? i thought steam fish should be watery gravy??

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    1. or perhaps the patin fish got lots of collagen and make the gravy thicken up?? woooh, like that good woh, collagen can make you "sui sui" lah~~

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    2. But that steamed fish dish is cooked with salted vege. Hence it must be a tad salty, no?

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    3. I also prefer watery gravy and not thickened. Maybe the chef tertumpah some corn flour in it?

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    4. This type of steamed fish, my girls like.

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    5. SK- ya ka? did not know. usually steam fish we had is the watery soup type. This one is like thick gravy so duno what to make of it. If it's collagen then untung us lo :)

      Yvonne. The salted vege they soaked already I think coz not that salty wor the vege. LOL tertumpah cornflour ah? No gua....LOL...if cornflour then okay la as long as not tertumpah others kekeke

      Yan. ya very hoi wai type

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  4. Can't help prices of everything going up ...but at least you enjoyed your lovely meal...I specially like the bittergourd with salted egg... and the tauhu... and the fish...in other words, all of it actually:)

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    1. Bittergourd... yummy.

      Love bittergourd. But really stupin in cooking them. Always way too bitter unlike the ones sold at restaurants. :(

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    2. Not a fan of bittergourd. My hubb says, eating bittergourd is like our life. Sure got bitter, then got satisfaction. So "chim" I don't understand - just stay simple and positive for me :p

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    3. Bittergourd is my husband's favourite too.

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    4. Annie- ya...prices goes up very high nowadays. But what to do? still have to survive

      Lina- people say find those bitter gourd that "belang" large ones and after slicing soak a bit in salt water

      Yvonne- Good one LOL. Not everyone like Bitter gourd

      Yan- It's very healthy

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  5. haha..Small Kucing is so cute with his expression..

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  6. Food looks ok, not cheap... I think Ruby's nicer. Watch out for my post in a few days' time. Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. Sharon

      good. Fish is more healthy than the usual meat

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  8. I love bittergourd with salted egg. Oh, you kena trick by the monkey peeling banana joke. I also kena before.

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  9. I'm a monkey also!


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  10. Price seems ok and food looks tasty,
    i had very nice crispy fried salted egg bitter gourd at Res.Fresh Fried Seafood at Jln Riang 11,Happy Gdn,
    i wonder whether you've tried?

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    1. Thomas


      Not at HG but have tried before at other place. The crispy ones also very nice to eat. In fact those are less bitter

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  11. Meow...
    I hungry already. First see lobster and now this pulak. Wooo wooo

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  12. i think Patin fish not as cheap as Tilapia~

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  13. i pass by this shop everyday when I go back home...
    never try it .. as my wife told me that their main specialty is those river/pond fish..
    not a big fan on those fish...

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    1. SP

      LOL...they have other dishes too. not bad la

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  14. I think their business is just average only..
    don't really see a lot of customers over there..

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    1. SP

      guess to many makan shop around that areas.

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  15. I like teochew style for the fish..
    but never try patin in teochew style ..

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  16. Maybe the taste was not perfect with the fish but the pic looks so inviting.

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  17. I love going to pasar malaam too. The food pix makes me drool! Kathy, I've taken off the security code again but no sure how long my patience will last this time round. Hahaha!

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    1. Shirley

      LOL....let's hope not much spam

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  18. haha your dad knows a great prank haha

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  19. back on my younger year i don't like that bitter gourd dish but know i was craving for it

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    1. Most kids doesnt like bitter gourd. when Mamarazzi was youg, she also doesnt like bittergourd

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  20. i wasnt familliar about your currency so i dont know how it cost

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  21. oh well . . . :X I dun wan bitter gourd too! :X

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  22. Teo Chew Steam Fish seems to be one of the dish I always makan when I was kid lol :X

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    1. Coz it's the most appetising style of steaming lor

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  23. WHILE STP IS THE FOOD MAYOR OF SIBU, I VOTE YOU TO BE THE FOOD MAYOR OF SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN. LIKE A CAT, YOU ARE ALWAYS LURKING ALL OVER THE CORNERS WITH MAMARAZZI TO EAT OUT. I WISH I AM HER SON!!!

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