Considering how FOMO I am (as P always says), I surprised myself by taking so long to try it given how this grilled fish thingy was in-thing when it just opened (and is still popular)😝 @owyongxxv and I ordered the Grilled Fish with Green Pepper - Limbo Fish ($45.90), adding the Golden Combination ($12.90), consisting of golden mushrooms, potato, lotus roots and crab stick (for our case the lotus roots were not available and thus replaced with seaweed). When the fish just came, my first thought was ‘oopsie I don’t think we can finish it’. True enough, it felt like the fish meat was never-ending. We eventually didn’t manage to finish the fish, as it was really quite a lot. We almosttttt did though, and were left feeling stuffed.

Taste-wise, I actually enjoyed it quite a lot. I generally avoid overly spicy food as I feel that the spice overwhelms the taste of the food and results in me being unable to properly enjoy and savour its taste, but in this case, I felt that the flavour we ordered was tasty in a rather addictive manner and not overly spicy (note: still spicy but bearable and I can still properly taste the food). Of course, if you are a big fan of the feeling of burn on your tongue, there are other spicier flavours for you to choose from. If you can’t take spicy, there are also non-spicy flavours catering to you. For this kind of grilled fish though, I think some spice is good for the kick😝

We then washed it all down with some chilled Erdinger😊

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