Monday, October 27, 2014

Woo Pin

Fried Fish Head Noodle without milk - MYR12

Not fried fish head noodle - MYR9 

Finally found the fish

Woo Pin Branch at Sri Petaling 

Interior

26 comments:

  1. When I see Woo Pin, I like it everyday.. Used to have it every week at the Mahkota branch whenever we go visit MIL lastime.. I love it with milk, extra milk.. Yummzzz

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    1. I didn't know can ask for extra milk.

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  2. Love the milky soup ones. Haven't had that for a while now. The good one here closed down to focus on something more lucrative - instant kampua.

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    1. Not good ones are still in business?

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  3. Huh? Since when these guys have franchise also? Omg I'm so jakun! Have you tried it at the original place? How do they compare?

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    1. I have eaten this at their original ikan emas flat a long time ago. I like the original one better, more fish but then it was a long time ago when the price was much lower.

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  4. I like fish head noodles, especially with the thick mihun.. as for the soup, sometimes I like it with milk, sometimes I like it without, depending on my mood, hahahaha!!! :D

    "finally found the fish"?? haha, did you mean they gave you too much soup and noodles, or you mean they just gave you two little pieces of fish?? hehe~~ :p

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    1. The soup and noodle covered the fish so had to look for it.

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  5. Oh dear! I was thinking of assam fish head this morning and here you are! Tempting me witg fish heads dishes. Haha.

    I lovw my fish head noodle without milk. Simply appetizing with a bit of sour and sweetness. Yum yum. But once a while I would go for the soup with milk.

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    1. You are a good cook so I am sure you can cook a delicious assam fish head.

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  6. Ah, yes, this is the famous Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles (which you can find at Lot 10 Hutong as well)....I prefer the one without milk. Actually, I found a very nice one (the "ching" type) in PJ recently that you might want to try....post coming up soon ;)

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    1. The hutong ones should be more expensive!

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  7. Wah Woo Pin new shop? I used to go to the one in Kuchai. This shop looks so nice, though a bit small. So near you, lucky you la. Haha!

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    1. The one in Kuchai is Win Soon, right?

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    2. Oh is it? I remember the husband told me is Woo Pin. I'm not very sure. I only know how to eat. Haha!

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    3. It is win soon in kuchai lama. Another woo pin is in taman desa.

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  8. I am not much of a fan of fish noodles but I don't mind eating it.

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    1. I like fish but fish head not that much but still acceptable to me.

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  9. i took fish head noodles once in a while....Had tried the branch in Tmn Desa & Sri Petaling too...Prices have increased over the years...last time (*years ago) it was like RM7...

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  10. Ah my colleagues just went to this place. But I was wearing long sleeve that day so decided not to brave the heat!

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    1. Wow your colleagues drive out from tpm to eat every lunch?

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    2. Just once in a blue moon. Not that far right?

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    3. Not that far but hard to find parking.

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  11. I like this branch better than the one at Taman Desa because they have boneless fish!!

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    1. You do know all woo pin outlets.

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