Wednesday, November 4, 2015

House of Fishball

Signature Mee Pok MYR7.50 nett - could it be that they forgot to pour the sauce into the mee pok so the mee pok is quite dry.

My bowl of Celery Noodle in soup - MYR7.50 nett

Signature Hainan Tea MYR3.80 nett - the tea taste is not strong enough so the milk taste overpowered it.

We did not order the signature dumping

Indoor and outdoor seatings

Please click on the menu for a larger version

Drinks menu

This eatery started business in Sri Petaling 8 months ago. We used to eat at the outlet in Seapark, PJ. We may be back although we feel very thirsty after eating here.

36 comments:

  1. i probably wouldn't notice that they didn't put the sauce into mee pok, because I never had one! I have to try it once... I'm pretty sure I can find it in NYC :D

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    1. Do let me know after you have tried this in NYC. :D

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  2. Mee pok looks good despite your saying that they forgot the sauce. I love fishballs and stuff made from fish paste.

    Sri Petaling - friend brought me there for dim sum once, never been back there again. Wouldn't know my way, not one of my more familiar routes.

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    1. Can get there by LRT and feeder bus.

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  3. haven't heard of this House of Fishball, PJ seems a rather far place to hunt for food for me.. the noodles looks nice and I especially like the clear soup with fishballs and fishcakes, I presume they are homemade??

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    1. In PJ, it is called Tang House of Fishball. What is your definition of Homemade?

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  4. Celery noodles?? What happened to the good old spinach noodles? Me no like celery...

    Eh next time order that fried porridge (I saw that item in the menu). I want to see what the heck is fried porridge.

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    1. I too wondered about the fried porridge and wanted to try but didn't order that as the serving was for two and no-one in my family likes porridge.

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    2. I read that fried porridge just means you heat up your wok and stir fry some shallots and what nots until fragrant and then pour your porridge inside and the do more stir frying so that your porridge has the wok hei. I don't think I like to eat wok hei in my porridge so I won't be ordering this. I like my porridge to be clear - ching ching.

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  5. The signature mee pok is like that one....dry. Luckily you didn't order their fried dumplings but I you also didn't order (what I thought) was the best thing here. Then again, you don't like fried food. I didn't drink the soup, so I didn't feel thirsty at all after the meal.
    http://eatwhateatwhere.blogspot.my/2015/09/the-60s-teow-chew-fishball-pandan-indah.html

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    1. I know the mee pok is dry as in not soup but there would still be some sauce or oil to mix the mee pok with. This is totally dry as in nothing, no oil, nothing. We did not drink the soup too but were thirsty.

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    2. I reread your post and my comment so I will be going back there to order the taukan and doughy sui kau as I like doughy food, hehehe.

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  6. Thirsty after eating? Too much of 味精粉?

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  7. Celery noodles, sounds good wo!

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  8. ah...I know this place...my sis tapau-ed the fishballs and some fried stuffs from this place for the family jst last week...Taste good but kinda pricey for those fried stuffs.

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  9. It did look dry without sauce. Celery noodle!! I wouldnt mind trying it. Must be refreshing. ^^

    I tried spinach noodle, carrot noodle but never celery noodle.

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    1. But taste like normal noodle to me.

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  10. I don't really care much for fishballs so I will go for the mee pok. Since I like dry style noodles, it would suit me.

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    1. Hope they remember to put a little oil to mix the mee pok.

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  11. The portion for celery mee soup looks small, but healthy choice.

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  12. Both noodles look good. There is a lot of milk in the tea, no wonder the milk overpowered the tea. But I cannot resist the dumplings, sure much order them. They must have put in too much artificial flavouring in the soup, usually I don't drink the soup.

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    1. We also did not drink the soup. I think it was the milk.

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  13. I like mee pok but I don't really fancy fish balls, but yet once in a while I will have fish ball mee pok for a change

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    1. What do they put in the mee pok in Singapore?

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    2. Fish balls, meat balls and minced meat

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    3. Here don't have meat balls.

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  14. house of fishball huh.. that's really an interesting name.. interestingly, the fishballs here in my country are considered as street food as they are often being sold on the street's sidewalks but this one , they are served in a more classy way!

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  15. Very thirsty = no good lah. I've been to the PJ one... ok only lah.

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    1. Shouldn't be thirsty. I wonder which one caused it.

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