Ocean Curry Fish Head
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Ocean Curry Fish Head information
Specialising in a Chinese version of the infamous South Indian dish, this street-corner eatery spills out onto the pavement at lunchtimes, when the plastic tables are full of office workers crowding around claypots and mopping their foreheads. If the fish head doesn't appeal, try the prawn-paste chicken, fried squid or chilli kang kong (water spinach).