My my, I seem to be on fire this week. Because yes, it is the mid semester break! While I love cooking, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.

Top Catch Fisheries is no stranger to those who love sashimi. If you like sashimi, chances are you've heard of Top Catch. They claim to bring in fresh goods everyday except Fridays and are open from Tuesdays to Sundays.

The place itself is not much. They aren't a restaurant, they have no fancy tables with air-conditioning. You sit by the roadside on plastic stools and use plastic tables and can also order breakfast from other stalls like pork noodles or chicken rice if you want.

The sashimi itself is cut into thick slices and has a firm texture. Not wet, doesn't taste frozen and doesn't smell. Price goes by the weight, not terribly cheap but not expensive either, and comes with small packets of soy sauce and wasabi but you can also purchase fresh grated wasabi for RM 1.00 per small container. A note is that fresh wasabi ain't got that kick so if you like the self-torturing, runny nose inducing type of wasabi. Go for the free packets.