After the success of its maiden Malaysian outlet in Kuching, Sarawak, Chong Qing Grilled Fish opens another in the heart of Kuala Lumpur at the Boulevard at Signature2, Sunway Velocity.
Chong Qing Grilled Fish, known for its signature grilled fish dish, replicates the 1,700 year-old recipe from Chongqing, China, which is commonly prepared in a simmering hotpot.
What makes this signature dish special is the crispy skin and the pillowy-soft flesh served in a broth boiled with over twenty types of herbs and spices. The broth can customised to customers’ preferences which comes in eight different flavours such as Spicy Fragrant, Spicy Numbing, Pickled Cabbage, Hot & Sour, Mushroom Herbs, Fermented Black Bean, Fresh Chillies and Chopped Chilli Pepper.
“This dish left a lasting impression on us, we knew it is a concept that should be introduced outside of Chongqing. We also experimented on the classic grilled fish, but the Chong Qing Grilled Fish is the result of our own take on Sichuan cuisine,” Khoo Siow Kiat, CEO of Chong Qing Grilled Fish, shares.
The restaurant’s highly recommends the “Spicy Fragrant” or “Spicy Numbing” pairs with the rich, fatty and tender texture of the “Temerloh Patin” for customers who want to awaken their senses.
The Signature Grilled Fish is priced at RM58 onwards. Other key dishes include the Offal Slices (RM22), Spicy Chicken Cubes (RM30), Double-Cooked Spicy Pork Slices (RM28) and Hand Shredded Cabbage (RM18).