Food For Thought 249 – Fatt Kee Roast Fish (發記招牌特色烤鱼) @ Pudu

Fatt Kee Roast Fish (發記招牌特色烤鱼) is the latest craze for spicy food lovers in Kuala Lumpur. A different type of single hot pot dish with deep fried fish, prawns, clams, squids, enoki mushrooms and other vegetables, cooked in a broth that you could choose your spicy level to your taste. Menu is extremely simple, just choose from the 3 types of fishes available , then add on more prawns, clams, enoki mushrooms or tofu if you want to. Lastly, decide on the 6 different levels of the spiciness that you would like the broth to be, from no spicy, mildly spicy, spicy, medium spicy, very spicy to extra spicy!

I wanted to choose the spicy or medium spicy but since Big Teddy was with us I didn’t have the heart to kill him with the chilli so my sister and I just stuck to the mildly spicy, which turned out to be very spicy for normal people. I love the spicy kick in the broth that blended well with the rest of the ingredients, the prawns were huge and the fish was fresh. The dish was best paired with rice and a bottled of chilled Tsingtao beer. However, for RM148 I was expecting more meat to bite but it was enough for the 3 of us.

If you love spicy food you would love this dish, it’s not for the fainthearted so it’s best to go with a group with similar tolerance for spiciness. This new shop space in Pudu is air-conditioned so you could sweat a little less if compared to dining at the original road side stall across the street. I need to round up my spicy loving friends in order to try the more spicy versions the next time round!

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Yummy looking roast fish with seafood

 

Menu

 

Menu

 

 

Inside the restaurant

 

The restaurant

 

Address: 25, Lorong Yap Hin, Off Jalan Pasar, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +60 16-916 3999
Business Hours: 4pm – 12am
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