Saturday, March 12, 2016

Ministry Of Fish Head Curry @ Glomac Damansara

The fish head curry makes quite a splash when it surfaces at the table - even the smallest serving seems dauntingly gigantic. Ministry Of Fish Head Curry relies on line-caught red snapper, grouper or jenahak for its namesake signature offering; cured with sea salt, steamed & semi-stewed with spices galore, the head is served in a coconut milk curry laced with yoghurt, plus tomatoes, okra & eggplant (RM98.89 to RM138.80, depending on size). Unsurprisingly fresh, fleshy & flavoursome, this seems likely to be a treat for fish head curry fans, a hearty meal rounded out with spinach chapati, beef keema paratha & biryani rice.

Ministry Of Fish Head Curry
AG-12, Glomac Damansara, Jalan Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. Mon-Sat, 11am-1am. Tel: 03-77339656

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12 comments:

  1. As expensive as it sounds, I love fish head curry and don't mind paying the premium. However how does it fare against Ratha in Uptown? You'd been to Ratha last time...

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    1. Thule: ooo, for personal preference, i think i'd gravitate toward ratha raub, partly in terms of the flavours provided by the overall curry & its ingredients, and partly also cos rr seems a little less pricey ;)

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    1. Happy walker: oh, but the portion can probably be shared by at least three people :)

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  3. Who's the minister there? Hope he does a much better job than some at running a place. :(

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    1. Suituapui: some ministers are better than others, heh :)

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  4. They do have some delicious looking food there. I wonder if they've cheekily 'borrowed' that name from another famous restaurant?

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    1. The Yum List: there is definitely an element of cheekiness to their name, heh. i suspect it was something they felt would be a catchy name :D

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  5. I suggested this to my better half today but she's not keen on fish head curry. It's something I'll have to go alone (don't think I can finish this alone though) or wait for Indian food lovers to come with me.

    I wouldn't mind paying RM 100 - RM 150 for a fish head like this. That sound okay to me, maybe slightly higher than Chinese stalls but not very expensive considering the place either.

    Does the biryani, spinach capati etc come with the fish head curry e.g. is it included with the price? Cheers!

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    1. Huai Bin: i'm generally not the first person to raise my hand if someone suggests fish head curry too ... especially since the portion size just requires too many people for the meal, heh :) nope, the biryani, etc are all separate side orders :)

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  6. Haha, that neon blue signage make me misunderstanding it is a pub or lounge LOL

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, i think it might look more restaurant-ish during the daytime :)

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