Sang Kee Steamfish
Water fish? All fishes swim in water, so what is water fish? Water fish is a Chinese slang that refers to someone who is being capitalized by others. Are you water fish?
I am not for sure but speaking of fish, this restaurant comes to my mind. Restoran Sang Kee Steamfish. From the name, you know the specialties here is steam fish.
This restaurant is just a normal Chinese restaurant with a lot of food photos on the wall. Nothing fancy on the interior tho but this place is half-ly air conditioned.
Fish only? What if I hate fishy fish? Well firstly, the fish here is fresh, no fishy smell. This restaurant also serves other Chinese-style dishes and homemade Yong Tau Foo.
Don’t know what is best there? You can probably order what I have ordered before. A steam fish is a must, Sang Har Mee (fresh prawn noodles), Salted egg bitter gourd, 3 layers marmite pork and pumpkin tofu.
The fish is really the highlight. Soft and nicely cooked. The next dish that I like most is the 3 layers marmite pork. Deep fried pork combines marmite sauce just taste perfect. Maybe I can try to cook as well.
The pumpkin tofu is considered very special as it is cooked with pumpkin and salted egg. Salted egg? Oh yea.. the sauce is slighty creamy but blended well with homemade tofu.
The salted egg bitter gourd and Sang Har Mee just taste normal.
I just ordered a plain Chinese herbal tea, nothing extraordinary tho. You can call me hungry but I finished all the food. I finished it myself? Nah.. I went to this place with my family of 4.
Surprisingly we only paid less than RM 100 to get a nice family dinner. You should give it a try if you are in Balakong area.
Restoran Sang Kee Steamfish