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The United Kingdom based fast food restaurant chain, Harry Ramsden’s is venturing beyond the British Isles for the first time. Harry Ramsden has now made it to Malaysia with the opening of The Laughing Fish by Harry Ramsden at Resorts World Genting on January 31, 2019. You can now set one hour’s drive away from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur; the resort enjoys cool weather between 16 and 24 degrees all year round to enjoy the traditional English restaurant. 

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Guests will be offered an authentic taste of Britain in a setting where the heritage and provenance of Britain’s longest established restaurant brand since 1928 will be celebrated both in the décor and on the plate.  For guests on the move, the outlet also features a separate Harry Ramsden takeaway counter which will serve freshly cooked fish & chips to customers enjoying a stroll along the alfresco area. The Laughing Fish offers guests of Resorts World Genting an authentic taste of jolly ol’ Britain with a slice of traditional British hospitality.


The Laughing Fish is located on Level 4 of SkyAvenue mall, the restaurant covers 3,200 square feet of space and seats up to 124 diners. The first international output of ‘Britain’s longest established restaurant chain’ offers cool surroundings with indoor and outdoor dining options – the perfect place to tuck into a piping hot serving of battered fish, crispy chips with gravy or mushy peas in the cool breeze as a game of football plays on the telly.

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There are many classic British pub dishes that you can order to start off your meal. Recommended dishes such as Laughing Prawn Cocktail, Fried Onion Ring, and baked English brie with thyme & garlic. The signature laughing prawn cocktail served with marie rose sauce which allows you to taste the freshness of the prawns. The baked English brie with thyme & garlic uses the home made boule bread, the flavors of thyme and garlic are just blended well together. 

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The main attraction on the menu at The Laughing Fish is, of course, fish and chips. The outlet offers the highest quality fish which certified sustainable sources, flash-frozen upon catch in the Barents and Norwegian Seas – to ensure there’ll be plenty more fish for Harry Ramsden to serve in the future. You can either opt to have a light and flaky cod fish (From RM33) or Flavorful and Chunky haddock (From RM 38) which served with gravy, mushy peas or curry sauce. The tasty cod or haddock is served with a side of double-cooked chips, better known as the signature Fish and Chips, with many other classic British dishes offered on the menu.

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No British pub experience will be complete without a couple of pints, with The Laughing Fish obliging with a wide selection of draught beers (including Connor’s Stout and Brooklyn Lager, wines, spirits and cocktails (including the Laughing Fish Signature Gin Lemonade and the Laughing Fish Mojito). Surrounding dinners as they tuck into their hearty Harry Ramsden meal and generous Harry Ramsden drinks is an interior that is unmistakably British: warm, wooden and wonderful. With walls filled with old school British bric-a-brac, gizmos, photos and quirky quotes, squint and you could almost imagine that this nostalgic interior was on the windswept beachside of Blackpool or Brighton instead of 6,000 feet above sea level.


The pub is open from 12pm - 11pm on Sundays to Thursdays, and from 12pm to 1am from Fridays -Saturdays. Folk singer Brendan de Cruz will entertain guests with live music from 7pm to 10.45pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and from 5pm to 8.45pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Genting Rewards customers can also enjoy 5x Genting Points (GP) when they dine or take away at the restaurant.


Location: Level 4, SkyAvenue


Operating Hours:  12pm – 11pm (Sunday – Thurday)

                                    12pm – 1am (Friday – Sunday)


For more information, please call +603 6101 1118 visit www.rwgenting.com.



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