Monday, July 21, 2014

Fish Fillet Noodle


Fish fillet with bittergourd mee hoon - MYR7 - some people may think this noodle is too bland but I have fine with it. I only wish there were more pieces of fish fillets.

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  1. My colleagues brought me to somewhere in SS2 famous for its fish slice noodles.. 3 of us ate 3 bowls of fish slice noodles (with fish cakes and fish balls), 3 leong sui and a plate of fried fish cake.. RM70++ !! Kill me !!

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    1. SS2? I wonder what is the name of the shop you went to.

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  2. okay wat, i don't find this noodle bland at all, instead quite nice and "ching".. but i usually have it with pork instead of fish fillet.. maybe i should try that next time, because by default it's pork and only if i order fish paste (i think the stall has fish paste and not fish fillet).. but then RM7, wow, that's quite expensive, maybe they use good fish huh??

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    1. It is ok with me too. This fish is better than dory fish.

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  3. So much vege on top, I always prefer they give noodles more instead of the side dish, hehe!! =]

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    1. The noodles are hidden beneath, quite a lot. :)

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  4. Looks nice that soup. Maybe need some soya sauce and chillies to jazz it up a bit!

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    1. You need soy sauce and chillies for this kind of "ching" noodles soup? I like it this way.

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  5. I dont mind trying this. Interesting to add bittergourd in the soup. Not everyone enjoy bittergourd.

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    1. Oh the name of this noodle is bitter gourd fish fillet noodle so of course have to include bitter gourd. For those who don't enjoy bitter gourd please don't order this. :)

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  6. For RM7 it is a good price already.. I like my soup noodles to be like this too.. more greens than meat also fine with me.. and also less noodles.. hahahaa...

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    1. Price is ok. I want more fish!

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  7. This is nice with clear soup. I used to go to this hawker stall which served similar type of noodles but without fillet but pork and thinly sliced bitter gourd noodles. I like it very much.

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    1. So far I have not come across pork and bitter gourd noodles.

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  8. Bitter gourd noodles, getting very popular here too. What fish do they use? I don;t like the frozen fish fillet - dory.

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    1. I will ask them next time what fish it is. I know it is not dory because it is much nicer than dory.

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  9. Bitter gourd noodles, getting very popular here too. What fish do they use? I don;t like the frozen fish fillet - dory.

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    1. I also do not like frozen dory.

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  10. This is one of my fav....kinda healthy so I like it. Will eat it soon :)

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    1. Some people may think it is too bland.

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  12. I love to eat anything fish! My all time favourite would be Woo Pin's Fish Head Noodles!
    What you posted is tasty and my mouth is drooling now!

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    1. Have you eaten Win Soon fish head mee hoon in kuchai enterpreneur park? Many people says that it is tasty.

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