I do eat at Chinatown and like their seafood 'Tai Chow'. Though mostly one-notch below that in Malaysia in taste and sophistication they more than make up the gap by their fresher seafood. This current shop moved out from Chinatown after the owner had a dispute with the in-laws. You can spot actors, actresses and producers in their old premise. They re-opened recently, albeit a year later in less prestigious address.
Condiments and sauces.
Extremely fresh and sweet fish fillet in claypot. The soup was quite salty. No complains as I have plenty of rice to go with it.
Deep-fried Red Snapper. I thought it was such a waste as it was so fresh that its eyes were so bright and and clear! I did asked them to steam it but there was no such style on offer in the menu:-(This Bawal Hitam (Black Pomfret) was done just right and its meat was succulent. I even made a meal out of their fins. Yum!The Sotong (Calamari) was the best I had in a long time. So sweet, tasty and tender. Its liked those just brought in from the sea. Calamari in Malaysia are either leathery or bland. And worse if both decide to pair up.French Beans with shrimps.Kangkong with garlic.