Strategically located behind of Gohtong Jaya, DZH Fish Village was made popular due to its traditional Chinese architecture... with a huge pond in the middle and seemingly floating boats painted in red as well as various knick-knacks that decorate the place to the theme. With the chilly temperature at the hilltop, the place is indeed dreamy and makes a good spot for photography. The menu is also pretty Chinese-focused... offering a great variety of Chinese and local dishes as well as a hotpot menu. Prices are steeper than usual restaurants but that's a norm for any food eateries at Genting Highlands... good for novelty experience.
Steamed Patin (Rm 100/ kg)
Steamed Tilapia in Spicy Sauce (Rm 48/ kg)
Claypot Chicken (Rm 30/ small)
Steamed Tri-Eggs (Rm 22)
Sizzling Tofu (Rm 20)
Stir Fried Water Spinach (Rm 18)
Stir Fried Noodles with Seafood (Rm 22)
One of the special ways to serve fish in DZH Fish Village is to slather the fish with greasy, spicy chili paste. We had the Patin steamed and served with soy sauce while the Tilapia steamed and served with their signature Chili paste. Both the fishes were very fresh and unique in its own ways. Though the spicy sauce was interesting, we thought it was a little too greasy to our liking. The Steamed Tri-Eggs was equally nice... perfectly steamed with silky smooth texture. Other dishes were standard-average, though nothing disappoints, we did not find any dishes extraordinary enough to impress us.
Taste: 6.5/10 (1-3 bad, 4-7 average, 8-10 good)
Service: 7.5/10 (1-3 bad, 4-7 average, 8-10 good)
Price: 6/10 (1-3 expensive, 4-7 average, 8-10 cheap)
Parking: 7/10 (1-3 bad, 4-7 average, 8-10 good)
Ambiance: 7/10 (1-3 bad, 4-7 average, 8-10 good)
Service Charge: No
Government Tax: Yes 6%
Address: 12, Persiaran Jati 3A, Off Jalan Jati 3, Bandar Gohtong Jaya, Genting Highlands, 69000, Pahang.
Business Hours: 11 am to 10:30 pm. Opens Daily.
Contact Number: 603- 6100 1742