[59% Off] 3-course Chinese Meal for 2 people at KK Ocean Sky for RM18 instead of RM44.40 (only RM9 per person)
- Set includes Penang curry fish head, claypot brinjal with salted fish, golden mushroom tofu and 2 bowls of rice.
- Claypot brinjal with salted fish cooked with minced pork, garlic and a pinch of chilli.
- Golden mushrooms cooked in oriental sauce and spread over fried homemade tofu.
- No reservation required on weekdays.
- Redemption period: Sep 24, 2011 – Oct 24, 2011.
- No bookings required on weekdays. Weekend bookings must be made between Sep 16, 2011 – Oct 22, 2011.
- Min. 1 day prior booking required for weekends. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid 10.30am – 3pm / 5.30pm – 10.30pm daily (including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Dine-in only.
- Service charge and Government tax included.
- Non-Halal restaurant.
- Valid at KK Ocean Sky (03-5122 8559).
While Rome was not built in a day, home-cooked dishes kept Chinese labourers energised all day, resulting in one of the world’s most iconic cities. Celebrate oriental mastery with today’s Groupon: for RM18, you and a friend get a three-course Chinese meal consisting of Penang-style curry fish head (RM20 value), claypot brinjal with salted fish (RM12 value), golden mushroom tofu (RM10 value) and two bowls of rice (RM2.40 value) from KK Ocean Sky in Shah Alam (RM44.40 total value).
Diners delight nostrils with flavourful aromas wafting from the culinary masterpieces cooked up. Lap up the Penang-style fish head curry, while munching on morsels of fish head and vegetables infused with rich curry flavours. Containing minced pork, garlic and chillies, the claypot brinjal with salted fish swirls aromas and tangs, proving to be the soul mate of rice or other basic carbohydrates. Patrons end their meal with the golden mushroom tofu, with a flavour as exotic as its name. Air-conditioned comfort ensures first-time spice tasters do not sweat it out, while indoor or outdoor dining allows flexibility of choice for loud talkers and quiet smokers.
The Claypot Brinjal with Salted Fish was a hit all round. You could get the stirring aroma of the salted fish in the braised creamy brinjal with minced pork and mushrooms, with chilli and spring onions. Truly a home-style dish, this went so well with rice. – Jun 4, 2011
– Eu Hooi Khaw
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I like how they used garoupa head for this curry as this fish is perfect for curries. The tougher texture of the garoupa doesn’t integrate easily… I dived in for the choice pieces of fish lips and cheeks, which were cooked in a creamy rich spicy curry broth. – Jun 3, 2011