Terubong Seafood is one ‘chu char’ that is tucked away in a row of shop houses facing the very busy Jalan Paya Terubong. This place specializes in seafood and is popular among the neighborhood!
Straight to the good stuff! They commonly serve this small prawns deep fried as prawns fritters. It tasted good dipping it in chili sauce.
Then it was the grilled stingray served with a tamarind sauce with onions. Very appetizing with the white rice!
The sauce of the grilled fish was spicy sweet, coupled with the fantastic onions!
Next was the homemade fishball soup which itself was very fragrant with some added Chinese wine! The fishballs in the soup were squarish in shape with a soft texture. I would recommend everyone to try out this dish.
Steamed Assam fish… their sauce was very unique! Fish fillets done just right, and with the sweet and sour sauce, it topped off our meal.
We had the sambal belacan fried with lady fingers. It came with great aroma and nice belacan flavor. This dinner cost RM85 inclusive of drinks.
Sambal belacan lady fingers, awesome!
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