Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Last Day

On Saturday we went for lunch at about 2pm so many of the stalls were closing and we ended up in On On Bak Kut Teh coffee shop. My spouse ordered a bowl of curry noodle from the stall that sells Home Made Fsh Balls noodle and was told that the following day (Sunday) would be their last day of business because they have decided to retire from selling noodles.

Smoked Duck Udon - MYR8 - from another stall

Curry Noodle - MYR6 - from the same stall of the homemade fish balls.

Ordered a sesame chicken drumstick to share - MYR4

Good bye to this Fish Balls noodle stall

34 comments:

  1. That's how I like my curry noodles. With the kerang on top. Argh. Makes me feel like eating it now :(

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    1. Now I know you like to eat kerang.

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  2. The sesame chicken drumstick looks awesome and it's a steal at RM 4! My chap fan stall wants to charge me RM 4 for a drumstick too and it's herbal drumstick which is smaller than this one.

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    1. I think the photo makes it look bigger. I don't think it is bigger than the usual chicken drumstick.

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  3. Wah the curry mee looks so kao and lots of liew.. I love those kerang and would usually ask for more kerang and foo pok for my curry mee..

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    1. You also like submerryn likes kerang.

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  4. yuummmmmzzz.....i like the noodles & chicken drumstick! unfortunately, i dun take kerang...will usually request to replace kerang with sliced fishcake in my curry noodles.

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    1. Finally someone does not like kerang.

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  5. Oooo...smoked duck! I super-duper likey!!!!!

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    1. Can really taste the smokey taste. Nice!

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  6. oooh... curry noodle is my fav! I love it!

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  7. oooh.. the curry noodles looks heavenly!! it's so loaded with ingredients and I can see the soup is so rich, must be so so so delicious!! hmm, too bad they have decided to close down.. retired from selling noodles, but are they going to do something else??

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    1. No idea because they didn't tell and we didn't want to pry.

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  8. The curry noodle looks good! Look at that generous amount of bacons! Such pity they closed down and no one take over.

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  9. Nice that you are able to catch them before they retire and goyang kaki at home ;)

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    1. Ya or else the next time we go there we will get a shock to see the stall not there anymore.

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  10. Business must be not that good (or is it that the owners are old) for them to consider retiring (since you didn't comment on the taste of that curry).

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    1. I am not particular about curries. Not too salty, not too spicy is fine with me.

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  11. Curry noodles!! Gee....I want it badly despite I am under the weather now.

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    1. Hot spicy curry can clear up blocked noses but not cure headaches.

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  12. That drumstick looks good, fat and juicy!

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  13. Both bowls of noodles look very yummy and delicious to me and the drumstick too...so sad that they have to close.

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    1. I am sad too cos now I won't get my clear fish balls mee hoon soup.

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  14. This is my first time hearing smoked duck udon! I would eat them all esp the curry mee!

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    1. You sure like all types of noodles.

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  15. You've got a piece of history. Lucky you to be there on the very last day.

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    1. We wouldn't have known if they didn't tell us.

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  16. The curry noodles looks pretty good and substantial. Too bad not selling anymore.

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    1. I prefer their clear soup fish noodle mee hoon because I can't eat very spicy food. Now no clear soup mee hoon to eat.

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  17. Hope it will be replaced by another nice stall... next time you can come and have a look.. :)

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    1. Just been there. No new stall yet.

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