Sunday, December 06, 2009

Jinjang Fish Head @ Taman Sri Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

This is my first time visiting Jinjang Fish Head at Taman Sri Bintang, a relatively clean and well kept shop. You could see a couple of nice & big photos of their foods on the wall and if you have doubts as to what to order, these might be useful.

Steamed Fish Head is a popular delicacy in Kuala Lumpur and easily available in this city. The popular ones are found in Sg. Besi but there are other places selling equally good steamed fish head like this place. At this shop, there are several flavours or sauces for the steamed fish head, such as Gingers, Preserved Beans, Assam, Portuguese, Vietnamese or just a mere plain steam which is a common choice.

This is their standard own made sauce for the fish head, the fish was fresh and the sauce was fabulous.
German Knuckle is another popular dish in Jinjang Fish Head crispy on the outside, not so juicy in the inside but went very well with the red Chilean wine.

A bowl of black vinegar trotter was also sampled, the meat was tender and the soup was yummy.

Siew Wah enjoying the red wine while Jan enjoying the food.

Deep fried pork belly in thin slices cooked with red tomato sauce was deliciously crispy and slightly sweet.
Simple and plainly stir fried veggie.
Restoran Jinjang Fish Head
49,Jalan 3/36
Taman Sri Bintang
Kepong
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Close on Wednesday

GPS : 3.187796,101.642654

5 comments:

Somewhere in Singapore said...

U always making me hungry...

hApPy HaPpY said...

somewhere in Singapore - somewhere somehow one must be hungry to stay normal....

J2Kfm said...

Eh so ngam Leo also blogged about this. Good. Now I'm sold.

ew said...

ya..i like jinjang fish head too..also like the fried brinjal..did u try b4?

Sin Tai Lim said...

ew - no lah... how is the fried brinjal? Tell me about it.