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More Fish Head Noodles Anyone?

>> Saturday, August 11, 2007

This is another Fish Head Noodles eatery that was recommended by some colleagues. Since they said that it's very good, a few of us decided to take a drive there & try it out for ourselves! :P

Located at Damansara Kim, this stall is pretty famous & has many patrons during lunch hour. I guess it is one of the better ones, if not the best. It's quite easy to locate the stall. If you happen to know where the Desa Kiara Condominiums are, it is behind that condo. Here's a simple map :P


Compared to the one at Jalan Batai (Restoran Shangri-la), I would say that this has its own specialty as well. Personally, I still prefer the one at Jalan Batai because it has more milk (thicker) and it's more fragrant...more cooking wine! But it's worth eating! :D

Pros: Generous serving, large variety of noodles with different combinations, delicious fish with not so many bones or some with no bones!, & more ginger!
Cons: Soup not as thick/doesn't have as much milk as I wish it to be, slightly more salty, more sour cos of the vegie & tomatoes, & not as fragrant due to less cooking wine.

The front of the stall:

They even have a menu! There are 3 types of fish noodles:

  1. Soong Fish (has bones, but it's still good): RM6-RM6.30,

  2. Haruan Slice Meat (no bones): RM8-RM8.30,

  3. Fish Paste (with added cuttlefish bits & preserved veg mixed into the paste): RM6-RM6.30

Main courses:

Side Orders (at least RM10/serving):

Exotic Courses (at least RM10/serving):

Dessert (ranging from RM1.30-RM2.00):


Fish paste Bee Hoon. The fish paste is very nice:ss20_fishHeadNoodle_paste

Soong Fish Head Bee Hoon:

I guess we'll continue looking out for good food to recommend to our faithful readers ;) 'Til our next post, stay tuned & have a yummilicious day!! :lol:

- Ruth


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