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The last name of Britain’s fish and chips should belong to Harry Ramsden. The secret to the fish and chips special batter was long developed by Harry Ramsden back in 1928 when he opened his first “chippie”.
As Britain’s longest established restaurant chain, Harry Ramsden introduces the real English pub experience to Malaysia.
Fish and chips is one of the most iconic pub dishes often served with gravy and mushy peas–at The Laughing Fish by Harry Ramsden, curry sauce appears as a surprise option. The fish is also available either as light and flaky Cod or flavourful and tasty Haddock.
Diners are also able to take a bite of the traditional Britain hospitality and order from a traditional British pub menu.
The seafood-oriented grubs display a classic list of “Cod Burger” to “Seafood Pie” and some “Sticky Toffee Pudding” for desserts.
Location: Level 4, SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting, Genting Highlands, Pahang
Operational hours: Daily from 12pm to 11pm or till 1am on every Friday to Sunday.
Text by Jessy Wong