Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Very clear

I notice a new stall inside On On Bak Kut Teh coffee shop selling home made fish balls and fish cakes that they claim are without any preservatives so I order a bowl of the noodle to try.

Fish balls and fish cake Hor Fun with seaweed and very clear soup - MYR6. Good to eat when one is looking for a light-tasting meal.

Hand torn pan mee with fish paste (yu wat), minced pork with mushroom slices, and yin choy - MYR5.50 so I find this pan mee better value for money than the fish ball hor fun above.

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  1. There is also one fish ball mee place near my MIL's that I like.. They serve yong tau foo too.. I always associate fish ball mee with yong tau foo.. Oohhh I like pan mee too, especially the cili dip..

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    1. Ya usually yong tau foo stalls sell fish balls too.

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  2. I'd go for these anytime, anything in clear soup. Lovely, refreshing.

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    1. Clear soup you can cook at home anytime. A piece of cake for you.

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  3. Both look good. I love clear soup.

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  4. So did the fish ball taste better? I've been to a few deceptive stalls where they say homemade fish ball noodles, but neither the fish ball or noodles were homemade, the bowl of noodles was cooked "like how I cook it at home", hence homemade :/

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  5. My kind of comforting noodles especially the pan mee. Although I hardly go for this kind of texture but this seems to be springy and delicious.

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    1. You prefer normal noodle like pan mee?

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  6. yeah on certain days I do crave for something like this.. clear and simple but of course not bland la, haha!! the noodles look good, even though the soup looks plain and clear but I guess it must be very flavorful with the aroma of fresh fish..

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  7. I would choose the fishball noodles and nvm paying 50sen extra for that lah.. or better still if I can have a combination of both.. pan mee with fishballs?? haha.. that would be nice, I imagine.. :p

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  8. Ohh, I like this meal especially the second one...suits me real fine!

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  9. hmm...Pan mee.... i like with a lot of sayur manis.

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    1. This stall gives yin choy only, no cangkuk manis.

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  10. I can see that the hor fun soup is really "ching"....with no oil visible. I like "ching" too but this may be too "ching" for me...need a drizzle of flavoured oil..haha!!

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    1. No oil at all in the soup. Too oiless for you, hahsha!

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  11. Both look good..if I have to choose between the two, I will pick pan mee plus the sambal.
    Reminds me I am hungry.

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  12. Seaweed and fish balls, I like!!

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  13. The pan mee looks like it has got more ingredients.

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  14. the pan mee got lotsa greens...i like it!

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  15. Hi, what is the opening hour for stalls in this shop like pan mee and fishball noodle

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    1. I think they open early morning (around 8am or earlier) to after lunch time around 2pm.

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  16. The fish cake looks very "fresh" e.g. it looks like it's made in-house and has a lot of fish. I like it!

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    1. I like those with lots of fish in them too.

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