It is becoming a routine to dine in Topspot at least once a month for us. We did so for few months now. We did enjoyed our dinner there.
The latest visit was 2 Sundays ago. A dinner treat for a couple, friends of hubby. No 25 Bukit Mata stall was our choice, it was still the one that stand out among the rest, in our opinion.
We bought over a semah fish weighing over a kilo to treat our friends. It has been in our freezer since CNY. To enjoy such big delicacy, I guess it was more fun to enjoy and share with more people. I seldom cook big fish at home, worry we can't finish it and the kids don't eat much of it.
We requested for simple steaming for such exquisite freshwater fish, a cousin fish to the more famous and expensive empurau ('the unforgetable' or 'wang bu liao' in Chinese) .
Our friends sang praises of the fish (their first taste of such fish), how smooth and sweet the flesh was. Glad that they enjoyed it.
We also had the big head prawns which were cooked with peppercorn, so it was a spicy and peppery dish.
Long time I didn't have these molluscs. Local calls it tekoyong insap or siput sedut, it takes practice to be able to suck and eat the snails.
I didn't take photos of all the dishes as I posted them before. Dishes such as oyster omelette (o'chien), claypot braised toufu and stur-fried midin with garlic.
We also had sticks of lambs and beef satays from the satay stall.
Our friends were good to pass these souvenir that they bought in their recent visit to New Zealand. Thank you and it was wonderful meeting you over dinner.