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This Curry Fish Head Stall in JB Serves Rich, Flavourful Curry Broth with Fresh Fish Meat

Kam Long Curry Fish Head in JB Is A Must-Try

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Hi Hi foodies! It’s us again! Firstly, we just had an exciting food adventure and can’t wait to share it with you guys. Secondly, if you’re a curry fish head lover, we specially dedicate this post to you guys. Fragrant, rich curry broth as well as fresh fish meat, we’re talking about Kam Long Ah Zai Curry Fish Head in JB. So, are you guys ready to read more about this iconic stall which constantly garners a snacking queue line? Keep scrolling!

Kam Long Curry Fish Head @ JB Garners A Snaking Queue Line Daily

Kam Long Curry Fish Head in JB
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Did you guys know that the queue at Kam Long Curry Fish Head starts as early as 11 AM? Yes, some locals have it for their hearty breakfast. So, if you’d like a taste of the curry fish head that’s the talk of town, you gotta be there early. Since they sold out as early as 2.30 PM, queuing for a taste of the signature dish here is totally worth it.

JB's Kam Long Curry Fish Head
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But, good news guys. Although the line is insane, you’ll be served only after a short waiting period. The friendly employee will take your order upon your turn and then hand you a waiting number. What’s more is the spacious interior here as they have double storey space seats. They definitely need the space since they cater to huge crowds who can’t get enough of their curry fish head.

Kam Long Curry Fish Head in JB
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30 Years of Passed Down Generational Recipe

Also, Kam Long Curry Fish Head has more than 30 years of establishment history. This simply means that what you’re getting here is a passed down generational recipe that has probably satisfied countless of tastebuds.

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It certainly is a joy watching the preparation of the delicious signature Curry Fish Head. The owner handles the cooking himself and first, he will include all the ingredients into the claypot. After that, the rich, milky curry broth is poured over the ingredients and is cooked till ready to serve.

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Now, time for the part we’re all most excited for. YAS, you’ll get to see pictures of the delish curry fish head so a word of warning: Contain Your Drool. Or not. Scroll down!

Fresh-Off-The-Bone Fish Meat Complements Aromatic Curry Broth

The Curry Fish Head here is served in a claypot so when our order was served, it’s a pot of piping hot curry fish head that’s irresistible. The fish used here is the Red Snapper and freshness remains one of the priority at Kam Long. Certainly, you’ll see that the fish meat here comes off the bone pretty easily which is a sign of freshness.

JB's Kam Long Curry Fish Head
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Also, a sip of their curry will leave you wanting more. However, it isn’t the kind of curry that has a spicy kick to it but it leans towards the kind of curry that’s milkier and richer. Aside from the main star of the dish, Curry Fish Head, you can also find cabbage, ladyfingers and long beans as the greens of the dish.

JB's Kam Long Curry Fish Head
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In addition, if you look around the tables around you, you’ll notice that a majority of the patrons will order additional beancurd skin (Tau Kee). Of course, we’d highly recommend you guys to do that as well since it’s a real good combo.

There are 3 servings of the curry fish head here, Small (RM26) , Medium (RM 38) and Large (RM 53). Pair it with white rice for the ultimate perfect Curry Fish Head experience.

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In brief, our verdict of this stall is that it’s a definite must-try in JB. Besides, if both locals and tourists are queueing for this, you know you definitely can’t afford to miss it.

We made a video of this place so check it out: 

Address: 74, Jalan Wong Ah Fook, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor

Operating Hours: 8 AM – 4 PM (Closes on Fridays)

Status: Pork-free, lard-free

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