Continuing my commitment of eating more healthy, I usually order any fish available in the menu when dining out. In Saudi Arabia as well as in other Middle Eastern countries, hammour is commonly served. Similar to lapu-lapu in the Philippines, or grouper in most Western countries, this fish is best served when filleted because of its meat.

Hammour Fillet – Chilis

Sharing this dining experience in Chilis – I find their Hammour Fillet in Cedar Plank just right for people who likes light meal. Served with just right portion of rice and vegetable of choice, this is just what I like. A complete meal with protein, carbohydrates and less fat, the mal is lightly salted but full with flavors.

The cedar plank used in the cooking of the hammour fillet is known to enhance flavor of freadh fish.

Hammour Fillet Served in Cedar plank in Chilis, Riyadh cost SR58.