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Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Temerloh, Ikan Patin City



 It had been quite some time since we last came to Temerloh for Ikan Patin. Usually we went to Kampung Bangau by the river bank but today Papa was tired.

Hence we just stop by the main road and buy from one of the stall by the roadside. According to Aunty CC, the price is usually more expensive RM1 than by the river bank .

Which one to choose? Tilapia and Patin both same price...RM14/kg.

 Patin la.....bored with eating Tilapia fish.

 
Boss....I want medium size one ah...Don't want too big coz a lot of fat.


 The boss very kind as they will kill clean the fish for customer. All wrapped up nicely for the journey.




 While waiting...I saw this.... 

 
Ikan Salai(smoked)....

 First time seeing this....Mamarazzi wonders how to eat this.....you need to cook it or just eat as it is....

 After the long journey, Mamarazzi lazy to cook. Hence we bring the fish to Restaurant Crown Palace to cook.
 Papa wanted Sweet Pea with garlic....was okay la though some of it was rather old.

 According to the Captain there, this pork belly dish is one of their famous dish. It's cooked with bitter gourd, angle gourd and brinjal.

True to the recommendation....Mamarazzi like this dish very much.

 Jeng~ Jeng~ I want my rice to be "round" .

 Another recommendation by the Captain....Beancurd with mushrooms. Where are the mushrooms? Hidden under the beancurd la.....

 Yums....I like it very much.....Love the gravy from the beancurd dish....

 Finally...the Ikan patin....steamed ...with fried ginger toppings. The fish was not too big. Just nice...not that fat too. Delicious coz it was fresh. No mud taste.



Price for steaming the fish...RM20. Mamarazzi was surprised at slightly higher than expected price but Papa said taste nice nevermind la. The price of everything in increasing everywhere. RM20 is okay la. Moreover he likes they soya sauce that they used. Wondering what brand.

Hopefully next time can get more fresh Ikan Patin from Temerloh coz I like Ikan Patin

52 comments:

  1. The sweet pea dish and brinjal dish, my favourites la! Now so hungry looking at those dishes. It is about time to my lunch.

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  2. The Ikan Salai looks interesting, but a lot of bones, yes? I would love to try these all though. Such different food from what we have, and it is so intriguing.

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    1. As its made of tilapia fish..it really doesnt hv much bones. What you see is all yhe bones ygat are in ghe fish. No tiny bones. I wonder too on how to cook or eat this

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  3. Auntie Lina likes to makan ikan patin gulai tempoyak with old cucumber. Delicious. :)

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    1. Next time I buy , you cook. Bagi cikit me eat can ah? Saw they also sell tempoyak there

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  4. It's nice that the restaurant doesn't mind their customers bringing in their own seafood. I haven't tried that yet. Interesting!

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  5. RM 20.00 for steaming the fish and the condiments consider ok or expensive? I feel this rather expensive ler...

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  6. If the food is really nice, then expensive a bit also never mind la! ;)
    I too love that beancurd dish, yummy!

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  7. i som like fishes, but those smoked once
    seem pretty yummy

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  8. but then that fish and second dish looks better

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  9. well paparazzi is generous ahh, well i think the dishes's worth the prize

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  10. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take care always and godbless you all

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  11. Not a fan of patin...but that day, Annie-Q gave me one...and I masak kunyit...very nice!!!

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    1. I know your favourite is tapah fish

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  12. haha, all the fish are the same to me actually, as long as got chunks of meat for me to eat then i am happy.. ask me to differentiate them, sorry lah, i think i can differentiate salmon cos it's orange, and pomfret because of the kite shape.. that's it~~ :p

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    1. The tilapia is the pink/red ones. Here yhr mskr ikan salai out of it

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  13. ikan salai.. i wonder what fish they use for ikan salai?? errr, something like salted fish ah?? looks good woh, like grilled fish like that.. good for porridge lah i think..

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    1. Here they used tilapia fish...duno wor how it taste like...wondering how to eat also...

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  14. looks like this Restaurant Crown Palace is a good place woh, mamarazzi and paparazzi and small kucing like all the dishes ordered.. errr, yalor, i think charging RM20 for the fish is a bit expensive lah, the fish itself how much BTW?? can do the maths for the percentage..

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    1. That day we bought three patin...paid around rm 30...so cookibv isore expensive than the fish lo..

      Neverminf lo coz lazy to cook mah lol

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  15. but true lah, now everything also BN, barang naik i mean.. RM20 is actually not a lot, even now RM50 also.. you just take out one piece after another without realizing it.. and back home, only you realized how much you have actually spent for the day..

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    1. Ya lo...buy a bit already rm50 gone

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  16. I've always pass by this restaurant but never eaten there before. Fish is good brain food so good for Small Kucing to eat.

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    1. ya...at first didnt know how to go into that area :p

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  17. Wow not cheap but if the food is nice then worth paying la :)

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    1. ya lor but okay la coz tired jor....

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  18. Got kucing sure got fish haha. Bananaz not able to face the pc screen too long having some technical with eyesight and constant headache. Hope recover soon to be able to be alive and kicking again. tQ for your concern.

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  19. The food looks yummy but the price quite expensive lol!!! =]

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  20. My other half always praise this eatery. His favorite and he loves he patin steamed.

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    1. ooohhh is it? not bad la this place

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  21. Rm20 service charge for the fish is expensive! Can buy a nice piece of Norwegian salmon fillet with that price.

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  22. actually rm20 for the service charge is quite expensive... normally i'll pay for RM10-15 only :)

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  23. Wow ikan patin looks nice. Glad you didn't eat at the famous Karak restaurant. Many people i know were charged exorbitant price for the "swimming" patin. A dish there would cost your whole meal at Crown Palace.
    +Ant+

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    1. wah.......lucky we didnt go that shop

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  24. I love patin too! Steamed is the best!

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  25. arghhh u make me hungry! i love ikan bakar!

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