Frequent travellers to Johor Bahru would have heard of Kam Long Ah Zai’s fish head curry. The decades-old restaurant is especially popular with Singaporean foodies, as it’s located near the CIQ checkpoint. Regulars swear by the eatery’s rich, piquant gravy, which is served in a claypot loaded with a fleshy fish head, tau pok and veggies.

As Malaysia’s borders are now closed for travel due to its Movement Control Order (MCO), Kam Long Ah Zai has started exporting its famed curry in frozen packs. 8days.sg previously reported on an online group buy seller in Singapore offering Kam Long-branded curry packs, though the restaurant has announced on Facebook that it will be officially selling its curry here only via its appointed distributor, the Singapore-based company Choosy Food.

Due to the abundance of Kam Long curry packs flooding the market here, the restaurant also avers that it “will not be held responsible for any products that are not purchased from our restaurant, from Choosy Pte Ltd or its distributors as we have no control over the storage and logistic quality”.

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