News from a friend regarding the delicious fresh water steam fish attracts us to this location on a Sunday afternoon. The stall that we went to is Chong Yen (Steam Fish) Food Stall located at the address below. Commonly known, they only serves 2 style of cooking of the fish “Xiong Yu” (Carp) which is steam fish with ginger or “Kiong Yong” and steam fish with bean curd.
From the description, you may find that they are very limited in their choice of dish. However, this also reduce the lagging time of customers ordering their food as you just need to mention which type of cooking you prefer and how huge you want the fish to be. Even the vegetables are also limited. You only get to choose between Salad or Kai Lan.
Chong Yen (Steam Fish) Food Stall
No 4P, Jalan 3, Off Jalan Sg Besi,
55200 Kuala Lumpur
(Opposite Jalan 3 Chan Sow Lin)
H/P : 012-231 8129
We ordered the 2 type of cooking style and a vege. The fish was a huge one and the prices of the fish varies from RM15-RM30 depending on the size of it.
The first fish that came to our table was the steam fish in ginger style. The fish was fresh but with a mild smell of mud. Seems like the ginger isn’t enough to overcome the smell.
Another angle of the steam fish.
Steam fish in bean curd style. This was delicious compared to the previous one. It has a little spice in it and it manages to cover the mud smell of the fresh water fish. A must try if you were to stop by around at Off Sg Besi.
The appearance of it might make you think twice of its taste but it certainly taste better than it looks!
We ordered the salad vege as it was my sister’s favourite choice of vegetable.
Sweet salad! Our total bill came to about RM66 which is roughly RM13.20 per person. Rather cheap I would say.