Mountain water fresh tilapia at Moon Sing Restaurant
Ever felt bored eating outside and am craving for some home-cooked dishes but you are no where near home and there’s no one to actually cook you a homely meal? Then head over to Taman Perindustrian KIP to Moon Sing Restaurant.
We were informed that all the vegetables and fresh water fishes used in the restaurant are brought from Bukit Tinggi hence the mountain water fresh tilapia for RM10 banner!
Warm welcome to make us feel at home
We had nutritious ‘Tin Chat’ soup to start off our meal. Simple and delicious, we are beginning to feel at home.
Claypot Tilapia. One factor that always deterred me from having tilapia is the mud smell but amazingly this dish has no mud smell watsoever in it! Must be because of the mountain water where the fish came from! :D A must try dish!
Sweet and sour pork ribs. Succulent pork ribs that ‘melts’ in my mouth. It was that tender!
Sliced yam with pork. So I’m not really a fan of pork but still I could not help myself from having a bite of this dish. Tasty and most importantly the yam is very soft. Ethan loves it!
Mackeral fish stuffed with mackerel paste. This I likey! I was taken aback at first-glanced as I thought, eeek… so dry!
But I was proven wrong as beneath the crispy skin lies some very tender mackeral paste; moist and extremely tasty. Dipped it with the accompanying sauce, it is PERFECT!
Vege fresh from Bukit Tinggi. It couldn’t get any fresher than this!
Assam Steamed Tilapia. I was already quite stuffed when this dish came but the sight and aroma of this dish made me want to eat more. I requested for another bowl of rice and drenched it with the assam gravy. Heavenly!
Tofu Mayo Fish Pickles. I love pickles and I love tofu. Combine them together and you get this amazingly delicious, appetizing dish. The gravy is perfect to go with steamed rice too!
Butter Sotong. The curry leaves give this savory dish the extra oomph and the squid is not at all rubbery. Nice!
The fried eggplant with garlic is very aromatic. I’m a garlic person. I can never have too much garlic in my dishes so this dish goes well with me too.
Braised salted bean curd with oyster sauce. Crispy on the outsides, soft on the insides. We likey! *means approved by the little boss, Ethan!* :P
They say there is no place like home. I say I think I’ve found home. Well, at least where food is concern that is! :D
Moon Sing Restaurant
No 41, Jalan KIP 2
Taman Perindustrian KIP
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03 6275 1037 / 017 207 5271
Mon – Sat 10am to 10pm
Sun 12pm to 10pm
(Closed on every alternate Tuesday)