Asam Pedas is a Minangkabau and Malay dish that is commonly found in Malaysian and Indonesia. Though it's rather watery, it's still considered as a stew. It's also bright red in colour, though it can sometimes be a little bit more maroon, is packed with a selection of fishes; tenggiri, pari or kembung. Lady's finger, tomatoes and several other vegetables too are put together to create this luscious dish that goes really well with rice. Not only is it flavourful, it's healthy as well! So what are you waiting, head on down to PJ today and try out these asam pedas!
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If you're looking for a decent place to eat, nothing too fancy nor too uncomfortable, then Asam Pedas Premier might just be the place for you. Featuring 3 different types of asam pedas; tenggiri, kembong and pari, each serving comes with a bowl of rice, half a salted egg and sambal. The flavours are decent and everything is cooked quite nicely. It's also affordable and that's nice to have.More info
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