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A photo showing a plate of 'fish and chips' purchased by netizen Jaze Phua at $17.50 from restaurant LeVeL33 at Marina Bay Financial Centre went viral on social media recently.
The photo of the dish posted on Facebook is a far cry from what one would usually associate with fish and chips.
Instead of a thick fish fillet with a huge serving fries at the side, the photo shows eight pieces of fries topped with small fish that resembled ikan bilis.
The restaurant lists the fish as whitebait in its menu. According to The Straits Times, whitebait refers to the fry of fish, and it is commonly deep-fried and eaten whole. In restaurants here, it is often on the appetiser or bar bites menu as a snack.
There was a slice of lemon on the plate too, in case customers wanted to add a little more flavour into the dish.
Said the netizen in a caption accompanying the photo:
"So, I happily ordered 'Fish and Chips' at Level33 in MBFC. At first, I thought this is just the appetizer. Turns out this is the SGD$17.50 dish.
"I almost died from laughing with internal-organs-explosion. It's like buying a Car and instead they give you the Toy Car for the same price."
For obvious reasons, netizens reacted hilariously to the Jaze's 'fish and chips'.
Said a Facebook user:
"At least the lemon size is right."
"OMG EPIC HAHAHAHHAHAHAHA I had to zoom in and see."
One even took things one step further.
Netizen ジュリア apparently tagged Gordon Ramsay on Twitter and requested him to comment on the dish.
Surprisingly enough, the celebrity chef responded with a rather savage reply.
"That's 8 chips & 8 anchovies @ $1 each please.... the lemon is bigger than the fish!"
For their own sake, let's hope Masterchef contestants do not come up with something like that in future.