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Dancing Fish Setia City Mall

20 August 2012 4,495 views 3 Comments

Dancing Fish Setia City Mall

It was a pure coincidence that we decided to go to Setia City Mall, a brand new shopping mall located near the upcoming township of Setia Alam. With the help of our GPS, we found the mall with ease. As parking spaces are not an issue for the mall, the mall looked gigantic from far and we expect to enjoy ourselves there.

The shopping mall is an enjoyable mall to venture. It has all the recipe of success, an anchor tenant, Parkson, retail outlets, food and beverages outlets, bowling lanes and the most important of all, the cinema.

dancing fish setia alam

Dancing Fish in Setia City Mall :ISO 1600, f/5.6 – 1/60, no flash

 

We stumbled upon Dancing Fish in the mall. Our first visit to Dancing Fish in BSC was a good one and we don’t mind having our dinner there again. Since it was just two of us, we didn’t order as much as we like.
dancing fish setia alam sambal lime

Sambal with lime: ISO 6400, f/5.6 – 1/60, no flash

 
The Dancing Fish is located at the ground floor near the entrance. It is located near the Manhattan Fish Market as well as the ever popular Gong Cha. Unlike the BSC outlet, this outlet is smaller in space but never lack the ambience or the comfort.
dancing fish setia alam lights

Beautiful lights in the restaurant: ISO 3200, f/4 – 1/50, no flash

 
The Malay Indo cuisine is one of my top favourites even though it is slightly pricey. You have to pay good money for good food and it is justifiable at Dancing Fish.

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Dancing Fish: ISO 3200, f/4.5 – 1/50, no flash

 
We ordered the signature Dancing Fish with Sambal Terasi and Kicap. Our first experience with this dish in Bali a few years ago, it is also known as the Flying Fish in Bali.
dancing fish setia alam deconstructed

Deconstructed Dancing Fish: ISO 3200, f/4.5 – 1/50, no flash

 
The Nila fish is deep fried to perfection. The fish is meant to be dry and it is very crunchy and the meat is still juicy. It is best to compliment it with the spicy sambal terasi and kicap sauce.
dancing fish setia alam cumi cumi bakar

Cumi-cumi Bakar: ISO 3200, f/5.6 – 1/50, no flash

 

Next, we ordered the Cumi Cumi Bakar or the grilled squid with sweet sauce. You might call this addictive but the squid was indeed delicious. It was sweet and tender.
dancing fish cucumber latte

Cucumber Latte: ISO 3200, f/5 – 1/50, no flash

 
How to end a dinner for two? How about a Cucumber Latte? A surprising combo that was refreshing and yet it didn’t affect the taste of the latte.
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Rachel after the dinner. ISO 12800, 25mm f/4 – 1/50, no flash

 
Other recommendations will be their beef or chicken satay (different than the usuals), empeng (if you like it), bebek (duck) and also their yummy desserts. The service is always up there but the pricing is slightly on the high end. It is good to see them expand their business and the food was as good as their BSC outlet. This is something you can consider to dine in Setia City Mall.

All the pictures are taken with Samsung Smart Camera, Samsung NX-20 with WIFI capabilities. We will post more pictures with Samsung NX-20 soon.

Dancing Fish Setia Mall Address and Tel:

UG 30, Setia City Mall

Tel: +60333456881

 

 

 

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  • missyblurkit said:

    The deconstructed dancing fish looks good with the chilly and thick soy sauce on the side. Very appetizing. I should try this place again…wasn’t too impressed with the one in BSC though. Perhaps because I was there for a catered event…
    missyblurkit´s last [type] ..Sushi Tei @ Setia City Mall

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  • Jesse said:

    This one put me into a hunting mode for that dancing fish dish. I think I might go seeking for that in our place here.

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  • Kyla Green said:

    All the food looks too good to be eaten! I bet they cost a lot. I hear Dancing Fish serves very good food and from the pictures you shared, they do look very appetizing! I’d love to try them out sometime. Thanks for posting this!
    Kyla Green´s last [type] ..website here

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