Don't see it? Well, look again at the third item which costs a whopping RM420. That's quite a lot of money for a fish dish. Anyway, here's the story in the email. The incident happened not too long ago. In fact, just about a fortnight back:
Last week, I brought my guests to Genting Highlands. After a day 'above the clouds', we decided to have dinner at the Gohtong Jaya area on the way down.
We ordered some dishes and decided to have a steamed fish as well. So the captain recommended 'sultan fish'. The steamed fish came. HALF, and plain steamed. Good & fine.
But when the bill came, it came to over $500 !! We were shocked!! We were told the fish was 1.4kg ( & please bear in mind, its ONLY HALF A FISH ) at RM 320 per kg! RM 420!! This was daylight robbery. We were not informed by the Captain that a kg of the Sultan fish would cost us RM 320 and there was also no signs of such pricings anywhere in the restaurant.
When we checked with the cashier, she told us, its correct!!
Of cos, it was our mistake for not asking the price first.
Anyway, on the way back to KL, we stopped at Unique Seafood,PJ, where one can choose a live fish. The most expensive Soon Hock swimming in the tank is RM135 per kilo. Asked them about the Sultan fish, it is going for RM100 a kilo.
Will be sending this letter to the newspapers, Tourism board, etc etc; and friends, pls pass on to all on yr email list.