I haven't visited Mr Fish@The Starling for quite some time because I felt that standards have dropped compared to what I used to enjoy during my initial visits in 2017.
One weekend my brother and I went for a movie (Crazy Rich Asians) and I suggested that we try Prawn Noodle King for lunch. Alas, it being a weekend, the place was packed.
Not wanting to wait, we headed back to The Starling and to make things easy (and since I haven't been for a while) I suggested that we eat at Mr Fish. My brother readily agreed and it is one of his regular makan places.
I noticed that the menu has been revamped since my last visit and there are some new items offered.
My brother opted for the milky broth, something I have shied away from for fear of disliking any milky taste.
My brother likes this because there is salted vegetables in the broth and according to him, there is no milk taste at all. Maybe I should get this on my next visit.
I went for the curry laksa (which disappointed me on a visit last year) and found that it was very good and I enjoyed it very much. I think my faith in Mr Fish has been restored.
My brother ordered two sides for us to share.
The deep fried squid was well seasoned and fried till crispy. This is highly recommended if you like squids.
I also enjoyed these beancurd skin wrapped fish cakes. Very nice eaten with sweet chili sauce.
It looks like I may come back to enjoy the fish noodles. Hope that Mr Fish stays consistent.