Malaysians love their curries and there is a myriad of curries to suit every taste bud. Curry Fish is a spicy, savory fish meal simmered in aromatic spices and herbs with coconut milk and homemade curry powder. Curry fish can be served with plain steamed rice or Indian flat breads. It is super delicious eaten with Roti Canai a.k.a. roti pratha, a very popular breakfast in Malaysia.

Fish Head Curry

So now, there can you get a good curry fish served with varieties of foods?

Sunway Putra Hotel’s flagship restaurant, the Coffee House presents a sumptuous array of gastronomy that combines the culinary flavours of authentic local dishes, signature Asian cuisines and sought-after Western fares that are prepared only with the freshest ingredients and finest techniques from our skillful culinary team.

Feast on a choice of savory and attractive award winning halal cuisine in a showcase of signature dishes such as nasi lemak, fish head curry and also the choices of middle east dishes.

Roti Canai

Now the hotel is offering an authentic Malaysian Fish Curry into its ala carte and buffet spread. Guest could enjoyed delicious Curry Fish Head with white rice, nasi beriani or even roti canai.

The ala carte Fish Head Curry set for two are priced at RM 39.00 nett with two steamed white rice. As for it’s Weekend Hi-Tea buffet (on every Saturday and Sunday, from 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm) at Coffee House priced at MYR 79 nett per adult. Guest could also have a chance to enjoy a live performances of Lily Jannah and guitarist Arie serenading top 40 all-time favourites.

For more information on Sunway Putra Hotel’s Curry Fish Head contact +603 4040 9888 or email us at

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