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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Sheraton's curry fish head and Sui Guo Bing

This will be my final post about my food adventure in Sibu. :P Well, I still have other delayed posts in Kuching that I need to post up. So, better Sibu's report stop at this one.




Aunt brought me to Sheraton Restaurant for its famous curry fish head on last Sunday noon.




Geee... a big plate of curry fish head. Taste good. But the vege portions were too stingy. The gravy was thick and match aptly with the white fragrant rice. Nothing much to comment on the fish flesh, as usually for fish curry, I would go for the veggies and not the fish flesh.

We had other 2 types of dishes. They were not good, quite disappointed, so will not show here.

As recommended by one of the staff, we decided to try the Sui Guo Bing here.




Tralala~~~ geee, what a colourful combination. It looked like a rainbow volcano.

It was a good choice. Very refreshing and a good thirst quencher after a hot bowl of curry.

Usually, I don't eat red bean, but this red bean gave very nice blending to the whole bowl.

Yes, the curry fish head and this Sui Guo Bing are something worth to try in this restaurant. However, I can't say the same thing for the other dish.




Hehe... see how the waitress cleaned our dirty dishes away.

The service here was not bad. If you want an air-cond place for food, this might be a nice choice. Remember, the food quality for the dishes are varied, so it depends on your wise choice to get a good one. ;)

Well, don't know when will be my next trip to Sibu. Maybe a few years later, the moment when my cousins are getting married. Tee hee hee... *Oops, it is still too early for them now*

7 Comments:

At 10:21 PM, Blogger Wilson said...

rainbow volcano look nice, very talllllll....how much was it?

 
At 2:10 AM, Blogger Kristopher said...

being dere once...the food is quite ok lo but that was sometime ago....

 
At 5:47 AM, Blogger Rabbit Sim said...

Fish, you always make people liu kou sui. I like Sibu kolo mee or kan puang, my fav breakfast!

 
At 8:12 PM, Blogger sixthseal said...

yeah, sheraton has really good curry fish head. it used to be at jalan delta, a smaller restaurant, and they did really well, and opened up a larger restaurant.

anyway, when are you free fish fish?

 
At 5:06 AM, Blogger DieHardX said...

lemme put it tis way. in sibu, tis applies the same to sheraton, golden happiness and blue splendour - probably the 3 best restaurants there is. 4 me, kingwood food sux. tanahmas used 2 b e best but dunno why standard dropping, e rest r not worth mentioning.

if u order a rm500 set of table and if you don't know the boss, your dishes will taste really normal. If you know the boss, your rm350 table tastes better than the rm500 table.

it is the same for all 3 of them (sheraton, golden happiness & blue splendour) as i went to eat there with those who know n dunno e boss. e quality of cooking is alot different. now u know why there r those who find e food from being normal to great.

as 4 why i think sheraton is better than e other 2, it is purely becoz e others r cooking more of traditional chinese dishes so e smell alwiz turned me off. sheraton at least tries 2 b different n create some weird dishes fusion of watever style dat u wun find in conventional chinese restaurants settings.

u can say they have alternative choices n tastes dat r refreshing n does not bore u with impressions like...."ah! not again after 10 years!" n most people hold big events in those two as they have bigger space to accomodate huge audience!

 
At 5:09 AM, Blogger fooDcrazEE said...

doesnt look very appetizing do they cept for the SUI GUO BING

 
At 12:05 AM, Blogger fish fish said...

wilson : RM15

kristopher : Oh, you were there too.

rabbit sim : Oops... sorry ar~ Kan pua, it was okay for me.

sixthseal : Hey, give you a call tonight. ;)

diehardx : Too bad, among the three, I only have time to taste Sheraton.

foodcrazee : The taste was better than its look for the curry. ;)

 

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