09:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 21:00
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I have been here a couple of times but on a Tuesday night was another time that i actually went to that place again... We ordered a large stingray, one small fried calamari and 1 plate of sambal kang kong... The total costs around $29.50 with 3 plates of rice.... This is actually pretty cheap for 3 dishes....The fish was really big.... For 3 persons very worth it... IT COSTS $15 which was really cheap....The fish was juicy and fresh and the lime was added to make it nicer and more fragrant... I couldn't help it but i used my palate instead of my stomach to eat the fish... The calamari is fresh and the taste was unique served with tartar sauce, this stall knows how to cater the east and west cuisine in a mix....Laslty, the kang kong costs $5.. That is cheap for a small kang kong... It has no other way of telling you that $5 these days for a family of 3 to have kang kong at $5 is very cheap....All in all.... a very good taste in foood........ continue reading
I went back to How Hup because their barbeque food is really good. This time round I ordered their BBQ stingray from my friend’s recommendation. I was surprised at how big the portion is despite it is the smallest size I’ve ordered. The stingray is fresh, of cos, and the meat is very juicy. I love the bbq taste of it. The sambal chili which the chef pours on the fish is really good too. Not too oily and have a well blend of onion taste to it. I love my fish to be soak with lime juice because it brings out more taste of the fish! continue reading