Dancing Fish @ Bangsar Shopping Centre


dsc_0064My taste buds were a little weary of the offerings at Mid Valley so when my dining companion yesterday suggested we lunch at Dancing Fish @ Bangsar Shopping Centre, I was keen. I’ve always wanted to try out the cuisine at Dancing Fish.


dsc_0059Dancing Fish offers a set lunch for 2 pax at RM89.90 which is a good choice for new customers like me as they have a platter that serves their specialties such as chicken satay, deep-fried fish, fried veges and pucuk paku kerabu. They serve turmeric and white rice with this platter and one gets refills of barley.

The deep-fried fish was the best from the platter as I thought the tempura like vegetables were a bit oily. The turmeric rice was too heavy to go with the sauces and the more preferable rice was white rice which is fragrant.

dsc_0063For dessert, we both had lemongrass jelly and a choice of 2 scoops of ice cream – durian, strawberry, mango or coconut. While my coconut ice cream was quite nice, the mango ice cream didn’t taste like mango and was way too sweet for my palate. The lemongrass jelly was soft, not firm like jellies most people are used to.