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PostSubject: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 9:27 pm

Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 9:55 pm

Yeah ... there was a restaurent call Happy Valley last time.

BIG price to pay for !
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:03 pm

Ya hear this restaurent bfor but nver dare to try cos poor man heehee.. happy valley located beside park mall was then if i not wrong.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:29 pm

golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:38 pm

Tituman wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.
Bro Titu. if we got time we go to my wife home grounds. you can eat this fish for free. hehe ...
ok my bro in law is breeding this type of fish & sell into market. patin fish also very nice...
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:39 pm

The closest I got to a dish costing $1200 will be my 8 months supply of Special K cereals.

And that too melt in the mouth once you let it soak > 4 mins in milk...
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:48 pm

Tituman wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.



i assume u pay for $1200 fish, but but......

then u buy $0.30 used golf balls.....

bei tally leh Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:58 pm

slinger wrote:
Tituman wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.



i assume u pay for $1200 fish, but but......

then u buy $0.30 used golf balls.....

bei tally leh Very Happy

slinger... he now play pro v liao... got pro v $0.30 one meh scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:59 pm

golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

heng ah... i dun eat fish...
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:03 pm

mayb titu much like MC...... storeroom special
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:04 pm

ROFL
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:06 pm

golfchowmk wrote:
Tituman wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.
Bro Titu. if we got time we go to my wife home grounds. you can eat this fish for free. hehe ...
ok my bro in law is breeding this type of fish & sell into market. patin fish also very nice...

Yup I also love patin fish. Full of Omega oil. I always go up to JB near Holiday Inn Plaza. Sounds like Eastern Dragon Restaurant or something like that. And Patin Fish is the standard everytime I go there. The food there is cheap and delicious. Always 'tar pau' the braised goose back. The whole goose only RGT 40. Damm big.


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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:07 pm

the most expensive fish i remember someone pay for was 青衣...
$70/kg... how it taste i dunno...
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:08 pm

slinger wrote:
Tituman wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
Hi, Just saw a new in yahoo news. this table dish cost $1200 in RWS Feng Shui Restaurent.

I have tried this fish before. The meat practically melts in your mouth.



i assume u pay for $1200 fish, but but......

then u buy $0.30 used golf balls.....

bei tally leh Very Happy

Bro, I don't need to pay one la. Last time I FX Dealer, broker pays the bill la. Anyway, wasn't so ex la. Only $500 Hiak Hiak Hiak.
Correction on the ball la. I pay special price to Raymond for his graded Pro Vs la. Used to buy $1 for 3 balls when beginner. Now at least upgraded to 'season' beginner. Must upgrade the balls used also mah. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:15 pm

slinger wrote:
mayb titu much like MC...... storeroom special

I store room special you then you know ah. Of course you only need to take one position before special can be performed. That is bend down lor..kekekek lol! ROFL
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:31 pm

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Correction on the ball la. I pay special price to Raymond for his graded Pro Vs la. Used to buy $1 for 3 balls when beginner. Now at least upgraded to 'season' beginner. Must upgrade the balls used also mah. Laughing

then i one level upgrade from u.....

dun use experienced balls anymore, now can play new ones.... thanks to all my sponsors bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Wed Jun 30, 2010 11:41 pm

Though I cant afford to eat fish which melts in your mouth, my personal preference is the teochew steam Pek-chio
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 12:56 am

This is a restaurant that caters to high rollers and classified as high end. For high rollers that arrive in private jets and ferried in Rolls Royce, wouldn't even want to be reminded abt prices, as they want to remain exclusive. This is the price to pay for exclusivity, top grade service and brand.

It's tentamount to drinking a Château Pétrus best vintage then complain about prices comparing to some 30 dollar wine; or comparing a dish ofsteam fish in geylang, as both serves the same purpose of filling the stomach Smile

Again, many would disagree with me, but this is just my personal opinion. I will not walk into such high end restaurant if I am not prepare to pay for top grade service and food prepared by top chef..maybe I will, someday, hopefully after a fat winning in the casino.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:04 am

Very expensive S$1200 for a sultan fish dish... anyway, its not a big deal if you enjoyed eating.. :-)
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:12 am

this morning I went to hawker centre to eat breakfast (thinking about it...I go only to hawker centre to eat breakfast)

ordered a plate of Chui kuey....better known in english as 'rice cakes'. The uncle stared at me and said ' $1 per plate'...you want ???

Lucky he told me the pricing....coz I tot it was 50cents per plate for 4 pieces
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:40 am

Duval_S wrote:
this morning I went to hawker centre to eat breakfast (thinking about it...I go only to hawker centre to eat breakfast)

ordered a plate of Chui kuey....better known in english as 'rice cakes'. The uncle stared at me and said ' $1 per plate'...you want ???

Lucky he told me the pricing....coz I tot it was 50cents per plate for 4 pieces

Wah...DS you think your 50 cts bigger than bullock cart wheel ahhh...???? he he Chinese proverbs says "tua kway goo chia leng" ahhahaha ROFL

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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 12:34 pm

talking abt fish, hv anyone try "Pa tin Fish"? we simply called it PUTTING FISH.

sort of cat fish.

v nice, melts in your mouth. there 's a seafood restaurant in gelang patah CALLED "EVERYDAY COME" that cooks it v well with "chai poh" . only RM50 per fish.

try it in east coast but cant match gelang patah.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:21 pm

Mr robin, when you are prepared to go, please call me along. don't forget one bottle Chateau Petrus. thank you in advance.

robin1_sg wrote:
This is a restaurant that caters to high rollers and classified as high end. For high rollers that arrive in private jets and ferried in Rolls Royce, wouldn't even want to be reminded abt prices, as they want to remain exclusive. This is the price to pay for exclusivity, top grade service and brand.

It's tentamount to drinking a Château Pétrus best vintage then complain about prices comparing to some 30 dollar wine; or comparing a dish ofsteam fish in geylang, as both serves the same purpose of filling the stomach Smile

Again, many would disagree with me, but this is just my personal opinion. I will not walk into such high end restaurant if I am not prepare to pay for top grade service and food prepared by top chef..maybe I will, someday, hopefully after a fat winning in the casino.
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:41 pm

poresia wrote:
talking abt fish, hv anyone try "Pa tin Fish"? we simply called it PUTTING FISH.

sort of cat fish.

v nice, melts in your mouth. there 's a seafood restaurant in gelang patah CALLED "EVERYDAY COME" that cooks it v well with "chai poh" . only RM50 per fish.

try it in east coast but cant match gelang patah.

Poresia, after eating this fish can putt well bo? Razz

Can tell me the place, tired of eating at the coffee shop outside Poresia. Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: Sultan Fish   Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:00 pm

jimmy,

who do u play with in poresia? Francis, Wai Ming.

I played with Edmund Fong.

to go there:

turn right after out of poresia. go straight at junction where we will hv to turn right if going back to S'pore.

restaurant on your left about 300 metres.

There r actually 2. One called " DAy day Come" and another called "tomorrow come again" - translated from mandarin.

u will reach "tomorrow come again" then " DAy day Come" .

they r next to each other. "tomorrow come again" hv no aircon but setup is very cosy, homely and airy n no menu.

" DAy day Come" .hv both non aircon n aircon seats. they open at 12 sharp so dun go early bcos they will ask u to wait.


Both served Pa tin fish.

if go "Day Day Come" served steamed PA Tin fish with chai poh n curry pork ribs.

if go " tomorrow come again" order steamed pa tin fish with green nonya sauce.

my average putts per 18 holes is 30 putts but not sure if bcos i eat Putting fish! haha


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