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Rock Fish @ IOI Boulevard

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Rock Fish- Situated in IOI Boulevard, Puchong for quite some time in the beginning of 2012, yet I couldn't find my time to try out this place. Been hopping around PJ and KL area all the while hunting for food and forgot that Puchong have numerous of eateries that I haven't had a chance to pay a visit. 

I notice they're having promotion up to 50% on certain dishes on some F& B leaflet , so , I made a hasty decision to dine-in!


Thai-style Fish Head salad- RM13.90

Sweet and sourish fish, with tingling spiciness, huge chunks of white meat, covered with a thin layer of lemongrass-infused thai chili sauce .

3-generation fried rice . RM8.90 (after discount 50%)

I love the name, it's so 'catchy'. 
The reason behind why it is named three generation Fried Rice is because they uses :
1 - Dried shrimp
2 - Fresh Prawns
3 - Belacan ( dried shrimp paste) 

three simple and basic element to fry it. I wouldn't say it's not good cause, you can't go wrong with belacan.
It's pungency is subtle yet overwhelming; skunky and miasmic

Salted Yolk Soft Shell Crab. RM15

I mean, soft shell crab taste good on its own, so does the salted egg yolk. When both are added together and deep-fry until crispy, heavenly matched dish I would say.

Smoked Salmon Salad.RM 20

A very healthy and hearty salad for my dinner that night.. Smokey salty salmon, fresh and crunchy lettuce, tomatoes, green pepper, shredded carrots and cucumber . I opted for the sesame dressing(serve seperately). 
Great choice for the healthy conscious person! 
I kinda love this place as it's not too crowded , soothing music is constantly playing through the speakers, also, their friendly services. ;)
*Thumbs up*

Address:



Block A-G-32, IOI Boulevard,
Jalan Kenari 7, Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47170 Puchong,
Selangor Darul Ehsan

Tel: 03- 80716668

Business Hour:
Mon- Sun
11.30 am- 11.00 pm





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2 comments:

  1. wow, a 50 percent discount promo sounds like a great deal! especially since the dishes look good :D

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  2. Nice! I thought you mean "rock fish" as in the fish. I think that's what it's called. I had it once in KK, Sabah. It looks like a rock but it's actually a fish with tasty, tender flesh.

    This place looks very promising! I like the sound of 3 generations fried rice too. Heh! Inventive! :)

    I loved the way you described it too - skunky and miasmic - learn something new every day.

    Thanks Eunice! :D

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