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IF it swims or wriggles in water,
you're likely to find it here.

Announced by a fantastic archway framed by a pair of giant pink prawns, Lee Ho Fook in Arcadia Green on Jalan Sultan Ismail is KL's certainly most audacious Chinese seafood restaurant, and probably the city's most famous. The fare is ocean-fresh, flown in live twice-weekly (Tuesday and Friday) from Canada, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia (you can choose your catch of the day from the ranks) and the variety is exceptional; if it swims or wriggles in water, you're likely to find it here including the highly-prized Soo Mei, warranted to be the most costly fish in Malaysia.

Lee Ho Fook is a Chinese seafood restaurant that offers an innovative take on traditional dishes in an atmosphere that respects quiet conversation and gustatory indulgence.

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