Vegi Fish Farm @ Hulu Langat, Ampang

Vegi & Fish Farm
Hulu Langat??! Aiiyoh why you so ULU one huh..?

That’s what they said when WE said we wanted to explore KM4 in the HL vicinity. (Anyway, thank you to one Mr. Superwilson of Places and Foods who told us about this place.) Head towards Ampang, Hulu Langat and you will soon see the main-road, turn into a dust road.


Follow that road till you hit a clearing and LO and behold – the huts!

Vegi & Fish Farm

At the entrance you will notice a couple of Thai folk busy preparing the seafood. From the cleaning to the BBQ-ing of Japanese snails, fish and crabs, you will see and hear a lot of activity going on.

The attraction for the kids here is mainly feeding of the fish.

Vegi & Fish Farm

For a mere two bucks, parents can distract their kids long enough to finish their own lunches before another grubby, fat hand reaches out for yet another bag of fish feed.

“They are hungry. They will die if we don’t feed them!” declares the little voice of one girl. Yea well, I too will die if you don’t soon feed me;)
CUMI: True capitalism… why not charge the customers the fish feed which the restaurant buys for the fish anyway! These kids got the parents to buy minimum 4bags… i lost count.

Vegi & Fish Farm

Toddy and spicy seafood goes together like lock and key. Too bad the fish was over-priced, over-fried and over-cooked. Nearly RM30 for a fish you can get for twenty(or much less!) in KL.

Also we opted for the ‘White’ tomyam thinking it might be like the original authentic northern thai style white tomyam, but unfortunately, no such luck. It was bland and the only saving grace was the large number of prawns it came with.

The toddy dulled the pain.

Vegi & Fish Farm

The Japanese snails. I ate all of these single handedly (ok, fine, I ate them with both hands) dunked in a generous amount of spicy thai sauce. It really knocked my socks off. The toddy dulled the pain, but this time, in a good way.

Fresh as hell crabs,

With buckets of pre-prepared marinade or smoking herbs?

Vegi & Fish Farm

Somewhere, mid-meal, a man fishing in his boat, fell into the fishing pond. All the people eating lunch clapped and cheered and waved at him. It was really very funny. Immensely entertaining.


Finally the tab tim grob for dessert. It was sickly sweet and tasted average, and far too expensive! Again the toddy dulled the pain.

Mung beans – guaranteed to make you a farting machine.

We steered clear of these, though they looked incredibly tempting.


Finally time to pay the bill and go. We found this place overpriced and not really up to par compared to many good thai restaurants(authentic or not) in KL. Of course what this place has going for it is the scenic, novel fish farm and they obviously capitalize on this to the max. Funnily enough, past reviews of this place by other bloggers have been good. Maybe the good business in the past has made this restaurant somewhat rather slack. We will probably not be back anytime soon to eat here.

Vegi Fish Farm (Thai Restaurant),
KM4, Jalan Ampang, 68000
Ampang, Selangor.
Tel: 019-260 6493


  • Life for Beginners says:

    "They are hungry. They will die if we don't feed them!" declares the little voice of one girl.

    Yea well, I too will die if you don't soon feed me;)

    Oh, my dear, you just made my day. A smile on a sickly, flu-ridden boy. 🙂


  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    oh no! poor u.. get well soon!

  • Sean says:

    ooh, intriguing place. i've been looking for places to take my relatives who'll be visiting from malacca during the raya break…

  • worldwindows says:

    Must make my way there soon!

  • J says:

    Aw,.. that's a pity that it's not nice anymore. Such a long way to go for below average/ overpriced food. 🙁
    (re. the guy that fell off the boat: *lol* Poor guy! I bet his ego hurt more than anything else. since he had a pretty large audience…. )

  • thule a.k.a leo says:

    drive all the way further and you will reach semenyih in no time 🙂

  • Julian Si says:


    I thought that was .. SOYA BEAN!

    Cheers 😉

  • backStreetGluttons says:

    Ok now we know todi can save you.
    we shall bring soon. btw seafood on land / jungle we say cannot one

  • foodbin says:

    you should add "Or Kow" to the toddy to make it comfortably numb! Ha Ha.

  • 550ml jar of faith @minchow says:

    "Toddy and spicy seafood goes together like lock and key" AMEN! Shame though that it didn't live up to its potential.. we need some ISO on this case!!

  • thenomadGourmand says:

    aiyo.. my frens and past blog post has said the lamb and fresh fish and veg is farmed here and good worrr..

  • Nic (KHKL) says:

    hmmm, maybe can go snap some pics and then come back lor..haha! too bad about the food cos the place looks cool.

    omg, u had todi???!!! i'm jeles!

  • Precious Pea says:

    Fishing allowed? How much was the meal? Sure looks like a nice place to chill with friends on weekends.

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    that's nice.. enjoy:)


    yar poor guy.. but it was hard not to LOL!

    yup.. so many places to eat hor

    soya bean?! eek.. what a waste of space! haha

    seafood in jungle cannot one eh? haha.. now u tell me:P

    cannot! scared!

    real shame!

    yar i read.. so, maybe we should have ordered the lamb hor?

    go all the way to foto a fish farm?! ru MAD? hahahaha

    less than a hundred

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