Located behind Victoria Station, the restaurant (Ka Soh) had captured my attention since I pass through the road with Waze after work. It has been sometimes I told hubby that I wanted to try the food there. Despite its inauspicious location, there is not much parking space though at the area. We had been lucky as the owner allows us to park in front of their shop.
What is famous in Kah Soh? We had the Toman Fish Head Bihun which is one of the signature item there. The fish is thinly sliced and and served together on the hot piping soup and slightly thick bihun. I do not really love the Toman Fish Head Bihun here as there is fishy smell on it. Aside, the price is slightly on the high side where the fish which is being offered is not much as well.
Price: RM 13.00
The Seafood fried rice was quite good where it is being served with the larger portion in size. Served with scrumptious of prawns and squids, the seafood fried rice is well fried full with wok-hei. Putting aside, it is simply a great meals to share.
We ended with the Fried Prawn Paste Chicken. The well deep fried chicken with their signature flour had made the dish simply delicious. Well deep fried and the fragrant is indeed making us smacking on the dish more. We are totally falling in love with it as the meat is piping hot and juicy too.
Price: RM 18.00
Ka Soh Seafood Restaurant,
136, Jalan Kasah,
50490 Kuala Lumpur