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IMG_1508bisA well established seafood restoran mostly patronised by locals. Fresh seafood and many fishes like garupa and pomfret, depending on the catch.

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I especially enjoy their Shark’s finn soup. I understand that nowadays the PC police is frowning upon that dish but I  like the taste. There is crabmeat added. I normally spice it up by adding  white pepper and some kind of soy vinegar sauce.Sharkfinn soup

You can order your food from a large menu. Usually though my better half has a good idea what to order without looking at the menu. We only ordered a few items as we just returned from a serious food excursion to Balik Pulau.IMG_1510

For starters we got a succulent dish of prawns cooked with veggies ( flat green beans, mushrooms, carrots and onions) in a lightly thick tasty  sauce.IMG_1512 

Adding chillies and white pepper to my taste.IMG_1514

As we already had steamed whole fish many times at other places, we ordered the fish to be served grilled.IMG_1513

 It was very well done, a crispy skin with soft but tasteful fish meat that easily came of the bone. This is one of my favourite preparations and cooked really to my liking.

Siang Pin Seafood. – 598, GF-02, Jalan Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang. Tel:012-4960546 – 016-4522923 – Jocelyn Cheong – Sole Proprietor.

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