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aiyongng
17-01-2010, 11:31 AM
Hi all,

We are a fresh and frozen seafood retailer and wholesaler in USJ. Please drop by to have a look at our range of fresh seafood with competitive pricings.

'Any fresher, you'll have to catch it yourself!'

Our address is:
No 12-G, Jalan USJ Sentral 3,
USJ Sentral Persiaran Subang 1,
47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

(Opposite Giant USJ behind AMBank row)

PeterLee
17-01-2010, 04:04 PM
What chemical do you apply on the fish?

Hope not confidential.

Naka
17-01-2010, 04:16 PM
What chemical do you apply on the fish?

Hope not confidential.

I am curious, what make you think 'chemical' is being used? :confused: :confused:

aiyongng
17-01-2010, 06:42 PM
Our seafood are preservative/chemical free. Fresh seafood arew freshly caught from the sea.

tupai
17-01-2010, 07:21 PM
Our seafood are preservative/chemical free. Fresh seafood arew freshly caught from the sea.



So, Is this a guarantee? A certifiable assurance as opposed to a nick saying so? Where's the catch from? Kuala selangor/ Sitiawan? Thailand? Myanmar?

We are a fish-addict and always on the look out to buy REALLY freshly caught fish...

Yang Blur sotong latotupai

p/s the cheapest and most oft used preservative is formalin..yup samo samo chemical properties as that used to embalm corpse :eek:

PeterLee
17-01-2010, 09:44 PM
Our seafood are preservative/chemical free. Fresh seafood arew freshly caught from the sea.

Good! Have been looking for this type of store for a long time.
Pl advise tel No. and operating hours.
How to look for you?

Mat Bruce
17-01-2010, 10:04 PM
No preservatives and chemicals? You will have my support to buy from you every week. :)

birdy
17-01-2010, 10:40 PM
Can you pm me your price list.... was looking at few items. No point for me to drop by your shop if the price is not competitive. Please pm me price list for Sea Prawns and Scallop (XL).

fRaNkY
17-01-2010, 11:26 PM
Really want to eat seafood.... ss15 asiacafe there got so many stalls! Ate there last nite.

kwchang
17-01-2010, 11:43 PM
Really want to eat seafood.... ss15 asiacafe there got so many stalls! Ate there last nite.
Franky, you don't quite get the drift do you? .... how do you know if the seafood have no preservatives or heavy-metal contamination? On a similar note, no matter how an outlet declare the seafood is chemical-free, we have no scientific assurance that it is not. If fish is caught off the Straits of Malacca, I am always suspicious that there is heavy metal contamination as well as more pollution since it is one of the most heavily choked water-ways in the world, sometimes with petroleum container ships discharging sludge

By the way, can I have a show of hands if I can let this thread remain? It does not really qualify under the cari-makan immunity and it could be stopped because it is essentially advertising a business premise and we have a rule against advertisement for business

ivanhow
18-01-2010, 12:02 AM
By the way, can I have a show of hands if I can let this thread remain? It does not really qualify under the cari-makan immunity and it could be stopped because it is essentially advertising a business premise and we have a rule against advertisement for business

Initially I thot why you didn't take action.

Dun mind this thread if it benefits the forumers in terms of educating and contributing to knowledge. But, if it is purely selling with nothing more, you are at liberty to do the needful according to the rules. Remove the 'sell' part of the thread if you will, and inform him of the violation. Nevertheless, after having said that, I wud like to visit the place too to find out more. :p

It's your call.
My 2sen! :D

kwchang
18-01-2010, 12:21 AM
I am thinking ... what about a new section for good clean sources of food (not the cooked variety, more of a market). In there we allow for a writeup about a source, like the one in this thread ... but not verified. Hence readers need to be aware that any claims are unsubstantiated (and you buy at your own risk). Readers then can make comments as usual ... the risk to the outlet is that the outlet stands to lose if someone has grounds to dispute their claims.

In the end, I hope such a thread serves not so much as an advert but more as an information piece for people looking for wholesome products. How about this slant?

ivanhow
18-01-2010, 12:32 AM
...In the end, I hope such a thread serves not so much as an advert but more as an information piece for people looking for wholesome products. How about this slant? Good thinking... let's hear it out from others.

currymee
18-01-2010, 07:57 AM
I am thinking ... what about a new section for good clean sources of food (not the cooked variety, more of a market). In there we allow for a writeup about a source, like the one in this thread ... but not verified. Hence readers need to be aware that any claims are unsubstantiated (and you buy at your own risk). Readers then can make comments as usual ... the risk to the outlet is that the outlet stands to lose if someone has grounds to dispute their claims.

In the end, I hope such a thread serves not so much as an advert but more as an information piece for people looking for wholesome products. How about this slant?

You have my support on this - just make sure it is clearly LABELED as such as the heading for the micro-community or mini-forum - info like this one is from a commercial outlet can be of good use to us the forummers.

tupai
18-01-2010, 09:19 AM
SOKONG!

the poster can start a new thread and educate Blur Sotong like me on say "How to identify fish without formalin, for idiot"

...alternatively, he can take the route like Zinglicious...educating the community WITHOUT like hardselling his products.

If he advertise, Shut the thread down then. And dont forget to delete the address :)

Yang Banyak makan ikan latotupai :p

4everlove
18-01-2010, 09:42 AM
Don't be fooled by 'No preservative / chemical free'.

How do you know the veg & fruits claimed by the organic shop are really organic?

Nick Chia
18-01-2010, 10:44 AM
Listen to a ex-fisherman;- Good fishes like Ma yow, Tow Toi (promfet), Groupa, tengiri, ikan parang and big prawns are caught in the sea by drifting nets and trawlers. These catch takes at least three days and nights.

By the time it reaches the shore it is 4-5 days old and by the time it reaches SJ it is a week old but still a week fresh. Persevatives are added by dealers if they cannot sell immediately. That was 20 years ago but today they import from Sabah, Mymmar, Thailand and Indonesia. So they deep frozen it and defrost it to sell., it is still fresh but when you frozen it again , it is another matter. One simple way to test;- Go to a aquarium shop and buy a few pet fishes. Put one outside and observe under room temperature and another frozen it , see the diference.

Sentinel
18-01-2010, 12:50 PM
When the guy said "any fresher, you need to go catch it yourself" is the truth!

The freshest fish you can get is at boat jetties when the fishermen come home from their trips. Even then the fishes are already deep frozen for 2-3 days out at sea.

We buy our fishes once a week at the Telok Bahang fishing village here late evening when the boats return... we bring along a big ice box and pick the fishes we want and pay wholesale prices.

Kuala Selangor and Tanjung Sepat (near Morib) are such good spots near Klang Valley to buy fresh fishes.... a nice Sunday evening drive on the SUV with a big igloo box in the booth with the wifey... thats quality time man....

fRaNkY
18-01-2010, 11:00 PM
.... how do you know if the seafood have no preservatives or heavy-metal contamination?

Well, how can we be sure everything we ate and drink is not contaminate? Even the water sometime is so thick with chlorine that my stomach cant take it... Veggie so much pesticide... etc.. Just dont eat same thing daily lar... Today eat fish, tomoro sotong... day after chicken.... rotate... let the poison time to clear from your system...

Live to eat~! :D

jan tomaswaki
19-01-2010, 09:17 AM
There's a warehouse in Jalan Dua,Sg Besi behind Volvo where they sell salmon,Atlantic trout,fillet,white and black cod,loong tan(deep sea garupa),and pulau ketam kembong ,wayhu beef ,lamb at very reasonable wholesale price where alot of restuaranter buys.

USJ27Resident
19-01-2010, 10:33 AM
SOKONG!

the poster can start a new thread and educate Blur Sotong like me on say "How to identify fish without formalin, for idiot"

Yang Banyak makan ikan latotupai :p

formalin: formaldehyde+alcohol... FYI - Formaldehyde is a colorless gas with a strong, suffocating odor. It often is mixed with alcohol to make a liquid called formalin. The largest source of formaldehyde is the chemical manufacturing industry. Formaldehyde is found in cigarette smoke and also can be formed in the environment during the burning of fuels or household waste. Very small amounts of formaldehyde are found naturally in the human body.

Formaldehyde can be used for many purposes and is a popular chemical because of its low cost. It can be found in items such as plywood, particle board, and other pressed wood products that are commonly used to make furniture, cabinets, wall paneling, shelves, and counter tops. Formaldehyde also can be used to kill germs or as a preservative, and is found in some commercial products. It also is found in items such as dyes, textiles, plastics, paper products, fertilizer, and cosmetics.

Sometimes the shops that sell don't know that this stuff got added in the product - it is well known that "some" rogue fishermen and middlemen do this to ensure that the catch don't go bad... especially if and when they cannot guarantee that they'd have enough ice for the catch...

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 08:05 AM
SOKONG!

the poster can start a new thread and educate Blur Sotong like me on say "How to identify fish without formalin, for idiot"

...alternatively, he can take the route like Zinglicious...educating the community WITHOUT like hardselling his products.

If he advertise, Shut the thread down then. And dont forget to delete the address :)

Yang Banyak makan ikan latotupai :p

Thought of not posting as I have had declared a sleep mode because of the A-word issue in this bolehland until Tupai alarm ring and ring. Moreover, heard that US Marine is coming to impose sanction sumore.

Anyway, very few people can take the route like me - Sentinel called me Van Gohr - which means I am a poor salesman. Tak nak advertise and tak tahu jual.

Being from Coca Cola ,he said even Coke the real thing still advertise like crazy until today though it is the world most recognised brand. Usually business in general dont educate consumers, they rather lead consumers to buy on stimulus. Ever seen Coke promoting less sugar intake as part of healthy lifestyle campaign? :D
Few like the pharmaceutical firms are bound by laws and not so gullible buyers like MBBS -Members of the Big Balls Society - ahem, medical doctors which are Bachelors of Medical and Science. ( Yo, ladies takle note! ) Hence, to make them buy, companies have to spend a lot of time on seminars and clinical papers on the breakthrough of medical world. ;)

Anyway, it is better to advertise here because if the claims is not up to the mark, the advertisers would kena Kau Kau fro the forumers. And internet is so interactive with commentary and supposely to be free. So my take is go ahead, make my day. :)

Some people may be plain average, me - just a plain mean Chef - I meant what I said. BTW, my dad was the biggest fish wholesaler and Chairman of Fishmonger Association. :eek:

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 09:41 AM
formalin: formaldehyde+alcohol... FYI - Formaldehyde is a colorless gas with a strong, suffocating odor. It often is mixed with alcohol to make a liquid called formalin. The largest source of formaldehyde is the chemical manufacturing industry. Formaldehyde is found in cigarette smoke and also can be formed in the environment during the burning of fuels or household waste. Very small amounts of formaldehyde are found naturally in the human body.

Formaldehyde can be used for many purposes and is a popular chemical because of its low cost. It can be found in items such as plywood, particle board, and other pressed wood products that are commonly used to make furniture, cabinets, wall paneling, shelves, and counter tops. Formaldehyde also can be used to kill germs or as a preservative, and is found in some commercial products. It also is found in items such as dyes, textiles, plastics, paper products, fertilizer, and cosmetics.

Sometimes the shops that sell don't know that this stuff got added in the product - it is well known that "some" rogue fishermen and middlemen do this to ensure that the catch don't go bad... especially if and when they cannot guarantee that they'd have enough ice for the catch...

Formaldehyde is used to embalm dead bodies. :eek:
So in order for the fishes to look nice despite not being fresh, the same old was used to fool consumers especially when they touched it. Being firm may not seems to be fresh - just been embalmed with fromaldehyde like dead corpse. :eek:
The worst part is it is associated with increase risk of cancer. :eek:
Usually, only big vessels ships used in deep seas fishing are considered real fresh as they are gutted, washed , packed and frozen at sea as there are equipped with big modern frezzing facilities. So they is no question of not having enough ice cubes to preserve freshness like our kancil motorboats which have to load in thier insufficient ice cubes.

mick123
20-01-2010, 09:54 AM
and not to mentioned formaldehyde is banned for use as perservatives especially for seafood in many countries including our red dot neighbour.

also not forgetting the use of carbon monoxide (CO) to maintain the colour of some types of fish and CO is banned in Europe and Japan too.

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 10:06 AM
I thought they are using carbon dioxide instead of carbon monoxide to maintain the color. Anyway, I believe they are usingcoloring agents to make certain fish looks sexy especially the tuna. :eek:

jimmyay
20-01-2010, 10:08 AM
ehhh.. our new friend that introduce us this shop just keep quiet only

QuietStorm
20-01-2010, 10:16 AM
ehhh.. our new friend that introduce us this shop just keep quiet onlyWe hope he'd come forward soon to reassure us that there's nothing to worry about, that his products are all fresh and preservative-free. :)

currymee
20-01-2010, 10:17 AM
Perhaps, he is just purely ADVERTISING - did not expect so much comments and queries from forummers !! :D

Moral: Don't simply post anything and expect to defend to the hilt whatever you post !! :p

QuietStorm
20-01-2010, 10:24 AM
Perhaps, he is just purely ADVERTISING - did not expect so much comments and queries from forummers !! :DI echo your sentiments, CM. I don't think he anticipated so many queries and comments! One wrong response and that's it! So my guess is he's treading very carefully now ... :p

currymee
20-01-2010, 10:26 AM
Zing,

Since you are also a chef ... is it true that the best way to check for freshness in a fish is to look at the eyes (clear) and gills (must be blood red and NOT pinky pale) ?

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 10:34 AM
USJ forumers consist of manyak professionals lah - not just Tom, Dick and Somebody hairy. :D From USJ to USA ,Tupai to Monkey, Lohmee to Currymeem, Salesman to Snowmen and No Idea to Oh My Dear :D :eek: :D

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 10:44 AM
Zing,

Since you are also a chef ... is it true that the best way to check for freshness in a fish is to look at the eyes (clear) and gills (must be blood red and NOT pinky pale) ?

Best way, smell it and if you dare eat it like a shashimi. No kidding, Once upon a time, a Japanese came to my dad store at 3 a.m. where all the shipment arrived and peeled the prawn and ate it straight up ( without wasabi sumore! )
Anyway, gills are the tell tale sign where you look for bright red blood. Pale blood means no more oxygenated and been kept for long or worse been frozen and thawed many times over. :eek:
Even the Carrefour manager had no inkling idea when I rebutted his staement when he said his prawns was fresh. I told him to smell it. The prawns was fishy. :D

currymee
20-01-2010, 10:57 AM
Best way, smell it and if you dare eat it like a shashimi. No kidding, Once upon a time, a Japanese came to my dad store at 3 a.m. where all the shipment arrived and peeled the prawn and ate it straight up ( without wasabi sumore! )
Anyway, gills are the tell tale sign where you look for bright red blood. Pale blood means no more oxygenated and been kept for long or worse been frozen and thawed many times over. :eek:
Even the Carrefour manager had no inkling idea when I rebutted his staement when he said his prawns was fresh. I told him to smell it. The prawns was fishy. :D

Zing,

Thanks for the tips :D

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 11:10 AM
Now you know why I might not open if there is no reservations at my shop. I do not want to thaw and refrezzeeeee again and again. Otherwise, I might throw it out to feed the neighourhood cats. But give once, they would yelled Hari Hari MAU! :D :eek: :D
But then again, I might be tempted to sell it to you without you knowing it. DOnt forget, not just my dad was the mighty Chairman of Fish Wholesaler those days, I was also from Nestle to make it tasty like Maggi Mee in 3 minit aje, and background as medical detailer to get formaldehye from Hospital Bahagia to make it solid like a rock but stoned cold. :D

Justme123
20-01-2010, 03:05 PM
With the fish business getting more 'fishy',
i am turning to buying more live fish instead.

Carefour has a good range of live fishes,
i.e. haruan, red tilapia, jelawat (the cheaper one),
keli, patin.

Anyone has any source to buy cheaper live fish,
other than carefour?

Naka
20-01-2010, 05:05 PM
With the fish business getting more 'fishy',
i am turning to buying more live fish instead.

Carefour has a good range of live fishes,
i.e. haruan, red tilapia, jelawat (the cheaper one),
keli, patin.

Anyone has any source to buy cheaper live fish,
other than carefour?

I wonder if 'red tilapia' come from the fish farm and how they do it.

Are they eating healthy foods?

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 05:27 PM
Yeah, just when we think it safe to go the the water.....I was surprised by one customer 3 years back that he didnt want to eat swimming fishes at the restaurants especially salted or from the sea.
He said he reared aquarium fishes and know what was done and chemical given to ensure that they stay alive. Even the feeding stuffs like those multi colors RM8.00 feeds given to those goldfishes like Lionhead - make them more reddish and more Alien alike.
Well, even me got frozen by that comment and since have been avoiding those fishy live deals at the restaurant especially salted ones! :eek: :o :eek:

QuietStorm
20-01-2010, 05:38 PM
He said he reared aquarium fishes and know what was done and chemical given to ensure that they stay alive. Even the feeding stuffs like those multi colors RM8.00 feeds given to those goldfishes like Lionhead - make them more reddish and more Alien alike.
Well, even me got frozen by that comment and since have been avoiding those fishy live deals at the restaurant especially salted ones! :eek: :o :eek:Fish can't eat. Meat cannot, either. Vegetables are risky, too due to pesticides. Seriously, what can we eat? :eek: :confused:

Justme123
20-01-2010, 05:43 PM
I wonder if 'red tilapia' come from the fish farm and how they do it.
Are they eating healthy foods?There are always :confused: doubts.
But i thought if they are swimming strongly (hopefully not steroided),
they are quite 'safe' like vegetables with catepillar holes.

Anyway, swimming fishes are at least one notch better than the 'dead' fish which are also from fish farms.

:rolleyes: ha..ha.. now i am thinking about rearing my own fishes
for consumption.

zinglicious
20-01-2010, 05:53 PM
Fish can't eat. Meat cannot, either. Vegetables are risky, too due to pesticides. Seriously, what can we eat? :eek: :confused:

On the contrary, it is up to the consumers to be more aware and be informative over certain malpratice by the traders. Even the infant milk is tainted and sold in China! well, at least you would be thinking twice as they were executed after the trials.
Consumers wouldnt wanna to buy holed vegetables just because of the worms and doesnt look cosmetically nice. But what couldnt kill the worms , cannot kill you. What kill the worms , might kill you slowly with the pesticide sprayed all over to give you the glossy look.

BTW, how many people would buy durians eaten by tupai and especially rambutans full of ants. Saw a time a trader spraying shelltox before he started to ply in wares :eek:

patrick
20-01-2010, 05:58 PM
We have been getting our supplies from another "fish" shop. They were in USJ21 before but has since shifted to Ara Damansara. Their frozen products have been proven to be fresh and chemical free based on our consumption over the last one over year. No complaints. They also deliver to your home. Those interested can pm me for contact number. Rgds.

zinglicious
21-01-2010, 05:17 AM
It is amazing that veggie sent to Singapore and rejected but was allowed to sell at Selayang. Similarly, EU banned Malaysia export of fishery last year due to quality control.
Even as I have had mentioned upteem times, Tesco has been selling blueish meats like chicken, blacken fruits, and klennex soft fishes and prawns as reduced price. If the buyers buy them, it might be ending in our stomach in our rendang chicken curry at the teh tarik joints.I have asked the kwai loh executive at Tesco why such a quality was sold where it is not being done back in UK? Why a double standard of selling off the banana with blacken and mushy juices ozzing out? Though this practice has been going on, there seems to be no enforcement at all! :eek: :mad: :eek:

BTW, I had been a savvy buyer at reduced price at USA and the quality is still good. Usually, the supermarkets would be offering reduced price at the end of the day instead of freezing them again and thaw it back and sold as with new expiry date.

If the consumers are adamant and with the govt enforcement support, we would have more quality food or fishes. But Malaysians are closing both eyes and eyes until disaster strike like mass poisoning. I think 5 years ago ,there was a food poisoning incident where diners were reported dead in a wedding function. There was the other incident perhaps 15 years back where people died from boric acid in Loh See Fun.
Ironically, the banned substance even if it doesnt kill immediately, would definitely kill us eventually by slow and progressive poisoning. And thousands of Malaysian still cannot get enough of goreng pisang or Yau char keow though it has been known that excessively refried oil which loses the viscosity would be cancer causing due to the changes in the molecular structure. Therefore the same applied to the banned substances like formalin which is used to mask the freshness of fish but would enhance cancer.
That is why I prefer the usj.com banana which is not fried and served fresh by Chang :D ;) :D

mick123
21-01-2010, 06:11 AM
I thought they are using carbon dioxide instead of carbon monoxide to maintain the color. Anyway, I believe they are usingcoloring agents to make certain fish looks sexy especially the tuna. :eek:

normally a mixture of co2 and n2 is used to maintain the freshness, to extend the shelf life so to speak. a small dosage of co is added to maintain the colour, and in higher concentration even enhances the colour.

zinglicious
23-01-2010, 04:32 AM
The reasons co2 is added to the fish produce is to ensure the oxygen is depriived in the packaging as bacteria needs oxygen to thrive. Oxiidation makes the color change from pink to pale.
I still do not know whether adding the CO can enhance the coloring and make it brighter even with higher concentration. :confused:
Perhaps our Kawan Baru who is the wholesaler and retailer can shed some light into this too?

great_kelvin
03-10-2012, 11:28 AM
With the fish business getting more 'fishy',
i am turning to buying more live fish instead.

Carefour has a good range of live fishes,
i.e. haruan, red tilapia, jelawat (the cheaper one),
keli, patin.

Anyone has any source to buy cheaper live fish,
other than carefour?

LIVE seafood is fresh but not really taste better than frozen fish.

WHY? Frozen seafood are freeze when fresh.
It is similar to the concept of ice-cream, will you ask or doubt "31", "Daz" or those Gelato store how long they had freeze their ice-cream?
No, because there are command understanding that if they keep their product properly, the taste will remain good and fresh.

Same to frozen seafood, they might fresher than the one you get from Carrefour as the live fish been there for so many days didn't feed, they survive with available energy before they been brought or dead because of no food.

You may visit www.loseafood.com for their taste good frozen seafood.

Rhiga
03-10-2012, 12:50 PM
This is the first time I heard dead seafood is tastier than the kicking ones…

Next time, when I visit a Nippon sashimi outlet, better request the chef to look for dead dead fish for my sashimi delicacies… :laugh:

The more dead is better as far as the carcass are frozen properly, compare to the poor kicking fish which is barely feed.. ;)

Also have to remind those "tai chau" to do the same when preparing my favorite steam fish/prawns..

zinglicious
03-10-2012, 01:20 PM
normally a mixture of co2 and n2 is used to maintain the freshness, to extend the shelf life so to speak. a small dosage of co is added to maintain the colour, and in higher concentration even enhances the colour.

In my years of experience from Hibachi kitchen to Iroin Chef Master Morimoto restaurant, I havent seen such pinkish tuna in my life when one fishy supplier tried to sell me his sexy looking Cheepun tuna ahi caught somewhere from Hokkaido and Daiyo islands. It was so pinkish that my hands turned colored when I peeled off the package and feel it with my own bare fingers. :rolleyes:

patrick
10-10-2012, 07:41 PM
In case you guys are interested, there is another frozen sea food shop Sekinchan Fresh Seafood at 31, Jln USJ 8/2B. Tel: 012 7723986. The row of shophouse after USJ 8 Police Station and facing the Bomba quarters. Also opposite the mosque at USJ 9. I havent tried their products so no comment.

jan tomaswaki
10-10-2012, 10:01 PM
In case you guys are interested, there is another frozen sea food shop Sekinchan Fresh Seafood at 31, Jln USJ 8/2B. Tel: 012 7723986. The row of shophouse after USJ 8 Police Station and facing the Bomba quarters. Also opposite the mosque at USJ 9. I havent tried their products so no comment.

my fren who is a fisherman in kuantan who goes to the sea once a month for 7 days but he don,t ate the fishes he caught except the last catch.Reason all fisherman add formalin everynite the fish they caught except the last caught,even though the have a cold room in the boat.

vsat
11-10-2012, 10:39 AM
Hope you don't sell sharks or rays !!!

tupai
11-10-2012, 06:25 PM
There is nothing wrong with eating the whole shark, ray, whale, dolphin, dugong even etc they are loosely all called 'fish'.

Where sharks/rays are concerned, Please dont be cruel by submitting to JUST slurping their fins and tails... Know that the harvesting/capturing of such sharks, sees limbless yet alive & wriggling sharks thrown right back to sea...There are enough puke level video/news/footages showing such cruelty, just to feed esp. the chinese's showoffishne$$ in their bowl soup.

BTW, Panjang lives in the old wooden shoplot in Beserah Fishing village. U cant miss it after u enter the small road (chinese primary school on ye right)...100m down, you can see a few big stylofoam boxes just on the goh-kaki of the old shophouses...here is where Panjang sells the daily morning catch from the local fishermen. The kembong is so fresh that u only need to steam 'em with a bit of tau-si & ginger strips and Bon Apetit! enjoy kawkaw! he also has groupers, and squids dll ikan.

Go camping there and hv ye own aroi makmak BBQ....:D


Yang BBQ ikan ToonIstimewaUtamaXlatotupai:heheheh:

CS Chua
11-10-2012, 06:44 PM
I am thinking ... what about a new section for good clean sources of food (not the cooked variety, more of a market). In there we allow for a writeup about a source, like the one in this thread ... but not verified. Hence readers need to be aware that any claims are unsubstantiated (and you buy at your own risk). Readers then can make comments as usual ... the risk to the outlet is that the outlet stands to lose if someone has grounds to dispute their claims.

In the end, I hope such a thread serves not so much as an advert but more as an information piece for people looking for wholesome products. How about this slant?

Great. It will add variety to this forum.

tupai
11-10-2012, 07:23 PM
Great. It will add variety to this forum.

SOKONG! and Mod Chang is loosening his collar:heheheh: may i be bold to suggest, due to growing pains of aging perhaps? :p Or he misplaced his blinkers? (actually still resting on his head):heheheh:

Yang Berguarau aje ToonIstimewaUtamaXlatotupai:p

zinglicious
13-10-2012, 02:44 AM
Dunno about you guys, but I always looking forward to the leaflets like Media Focus or Public Info where I see products or services on offer. But the problem is I dont get that on my mail box as I am sating in the pigeon hole. And the other thing ....I kenot voice and complaint over the advertisement if I am unhappy or gay about it. And many tiomes I noticed there is no fine print of whatsoever where extra charges are added ( transportation charges when buying furniture or service charges added to gearbox or lunch box when we order ). But the most amazing thing is when I called in one supplier for a cabinet quotation - nobody answer the call at all! :p

tupai
14-10-2012, 12:09 PM
Dunno about you guys, but I always looking forward to the leaflets like Media Focus or Public Info where I see products or services on offer. But the problem is I dont get that on my mail box as I am sating in the pigeon hole. And the other thing ....I kenot voice and complaint over the advertisement if I am unhappy or gay about it. And many tiomes I noticed there is no fine print of whatsoever where extra charges are added ( transportation charges when buying furniture or service charges added to gearbox or lunch box when we order ). But the most amazing thing is when I called in one supplier for a cabinet quotation - nobody answer the call at all! :p

SO? wat this gotta do with wholesale frozen vs fresh fish?:confused:

Yang Blur TIUxlatotupai

zinglicious
14-10-2012, 12:51 PM
Was replying to post #52 by CS Chua looking for big and small fishes.