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Tuesday, 29 September 2015

RAWANG FAMOUS STEAM FISH IN IPOH.

We have noticed this eatery many times when travelling to and from Gopeng. And many times especially during dinner time, we noticed the place is usually packed with customers. We have been talking and wanting to try the food here with our foodie friends but nothing happened.

It finally happened and 5 of us were able to meet up at this Restoran Rawang Famous Steam Fish one fine evening.
The restaurant is on the same row as the Symphony Suites.
It is a corner shop next to the RM2 shop.
 There is plenty of parking space.

It was a weekday and not very crowded.
 The place is spacious and comfortable.
 The drinks corner at the back and the menu on the wall.
 The payment counter on the left and the kitchen behind the screen.
 A giganti rhizomes of Bentong ginger on display.
I am not sure whether it is for sale or not because picture captured by hubby.
 While waiting for our dinner, we enjoyed a friend's special tea.
  The first dish to arrive at our table - Deep fried fragrant salted chicken.
Signature dish of the restaurant - Steamed Tilapia with Bentong ginger.
 We ordered 2 fishes for 5 people @ RM22 for a bigger fish.
The smaller fishes sold out.
 Stir fried mix veggie of lotus root, celery, baby corn, mushroom, green peas, gingko seeds and white fungus.
 And our favourite - Sambal Petai which truly deserves our praise.
A big thank you to our friend who treated us this yummy & hearty dinner.
Planning to return soon with another group of foodie friends.

He isn't really being slow about His promised return,

even though it sometimes seems that way.

But He is waiting,

for the good reason that He is not willing that any should perish,

and He is giving more time for sinners to repent.

(2 Peter 3:9, TLB)

41 comments:

  1. Pratos com muito bom aspecto.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a beautiful day!

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  2. I sure wish I was part of your group of foodie friends. Wow, this all looks amazing.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. A fabulous day to you too!

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  3. Hello, the fish and veggies look delicious. I do enjoy your foodie post. Thanks for sharing. Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a wonderful day!

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  4. The salad chicken looks the same as in Poland

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. We have something in common here. Have a beautiful day!

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  5. The food looks amazing and I like the painted screen that leads to the kitchen.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thank you, Amalia. I too like the painted screen.

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  6. I didn't know that Rawang is famous for steam fish. RM22 is a very good price for the fish. I love steamed tilapia with ginger but I don't like that the fish looks like being soaked in the light dark sauce. The shop looks clean and new. What a nice place to eat with good food too.

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    1. Mun, its the ginger and the sauce that makes the steamed fish tasty.

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    2. To me, a fish is always tasty if it is fresh. I don't like soy sauce soaking it but ginger on the side is ok.

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    1. Hi William, actually the dishes are all small portion.

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  8. The chicken looks delicious and the stir friend mix veg a feast for the eyes.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Both are very tasty too!

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  9. Very spacious with nice ambience & the screen caught my attention. Food looks good & spotted 2 of my favourite dishes, steamed tilapia & mixed veg.

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    1. Thank you, Irene. I too like the nice ambience and the screen.

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  10. The 2nd picture, the place behind the parking lots, is it a park?

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  11. The 2nd picture, the place behind the parking lots, is it a park?

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    1. Hi Sharon, the place behind the parking lot is the limestone hills. It is not a park but there is a Chinese temple next to it.

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  12. I loves all the foods except petai, as i don't eat petai...

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    1. Hi Sharon, petai is one of our favourite, lol!

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  13. You'd make a wonderful food guide, Nancy. You're really good at finding the best places to eat! ^.^

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Our hobby is looking out for new places for food tasting....lol!

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    2. Well, I know who to look for, for recommendations! ;)

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  14. Love the look of the fish and vegetables!

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    1. Hi Linda, both the fish and vegetable are very tasty!

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  15. A very nice looking restaurant. Great food too. Love all except sambal petai. Not a common dish in restaurants' menu over here.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Sambal petai is very common over here.

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  16. I love the steamed fish too... must go again this week? or next?

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    1. Hi Claire, anytime also can! After that we go try another new place.

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  17. Petai!!! me more into petai...hahahaha

    wah the bentong ginger really impressive. I wonder how long it takes for it to grow this big.

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    1. The petai dish is really good! I love it very much. It must have taken a long time for the ginger to grow that size!

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  18. Nancy, everything looks good to me! I have not tried Bentong ginger though I have seen it sold at Tesco.

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    1. Phong Hong, Bentong ginger is the best quality ginger and most expensive ginger.

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  19. The sambal petai really has lots of sambal!

    Thought this was at Rawang at first. Then... oh ya Rawang in Ipoh. :)

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    1. Stacy, the sambal petai is very good, very fragrant.

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