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If Perlis is famous for grilled fish Kuala Perlis, Kedah is also famous for grilled fish Tanjung Wire not only to visit the locals, but there are customers from Penang who are willing to go there simply to enjoy grilled fish and quality seafood at very reasonable prices.

As with most other grilled fish, grilled fish row of stalls in Tanjung wire is also located near the ocean, facing the sunset.

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Among the advantages of this is to serve her grilled fish which is considered very good, despite the fact that the real power is in the Air Asam very open appetite. The grilled fish here is ala north with fish baked directly on hot coals red with just smear turmeric and salt and perhaps a little flavor.

Not only that, three dishes was also very appealing. Regular customers here suggests sea bass three flavors called “signature” here. 

In addition to fish dishes, Mi Udang and other food is also very good price is not too expensive. No wonder if there are visitors who come from far away to eat while shopping in Tanjung Wire marine products although some of these products coming from outside.


Address : 153, K161,, Tanjung Dawai, 08400 Merbok, Kedah, Malaysia

Contact : +60 13-492 2188

Source : Internet

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