Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Ring Road Restaurant

This place serves fish head noodles. I asked if they have fish fillet noodles instead and they said yes but it turned out to be fish belly noodles. The fish belly is a bit fatty but I ate them all. MYR6 nett for a bowl - used to have more ginger and wine in the soup but not complaining since prices have gone up for both items.

Also available - pork noodles - MYR6 nett too. Acceptable but not as good as those places that specialise in pork noodles.

Mirror with the name of the eatery. They also serve vegetables stuffed with fish paste (yong tau fu). Apparently the name of the road is Jalan Chin Chin (cincin is the BM word for ring) so that is where they get the name.

Shop front. The stall of the fish head noodles is located in front of the shop and the yong tau fu is cooked in the kitchen at the back of the shop. Air-cond seating area is available too.

Located in a row of old shophouses near Jalan San Peng, off Jalan Loke Yew, at the back of where Fajar Supermarket used to be. For those who are familiar with Pudu area in the 80s should remember Fajar Supermarket.

Business Hours. If you happen to be in Pudu area early at 6am, you can eat fish head noodles at this place - that is if you can locate it.

24 comments:

  1. Woo......... the pork liver noodles look so yummy! xoxo

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  2. Both noodles look good and not oily. Is the yong tau fu good?

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    1. Yong tau fu is ok only, not that great. Yes, the broth for both are very clear soup, not oily.

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  3. the noodles actually look good.. and i saw the name in Chinese 玲律 which should be a direct translation from Ring Road.. and i have to agree with you, this could be rather challenging to locate, haha..

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    1. If you have google map, gps and waze, you would have no difficulty locating it.

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  4. Soup noodles is good when it is the raining season now

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  5. Ooooo.....no question asked, I'd go straight for the pork noodles, will ask for special some more - extra liver and intestines, never mind if have to pay extra. Ok to indulge once in a long while, not every day. :D

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  6. Er.. this is not that famous one right? I remember the famous one is a shack under some trees, opposite Shaw Parade or something.

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    1. This place is not that near to Shaw Parade so I don't think it is the one you are referring to. I only know opposite Shaw Parade, there is Ah Koong noodles which is very expensive if you order pomfret fish noodle and there is a herbal soup stall.

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  7. Eh, how come don't have fish fillet? Maybe, they misunderstood you. I've seen on another blog that they have that, even yue wat and fish balls. Apart from fish head and pork noodles, they also have wantan mee, right? From the same blog, the shop next to it is good for steamed soong yue tau and fried ying yong noodles. I actually would like to try these two places.

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    1. Are you referring to foursquare? They say it is yue lam which means fish belly and which I find to be fatty. I guess some people would consider that as fish fillet gua. I know they have yue wat and fish balls. The shop next to it is like a food court coffee shop with many hawker stalls. Please do review this place. I would love to read your review.

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  8. I like fish belly because it is so soft! I don't mind the fats hee..hee...

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  9. Looks good!! I love fish noodles anytime! Old already, prefer fish more than meat... :)

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  10. Fish and Pork Noodles are both my favourites too! I was eyeing at the pork liver! Yums!

    I am not familiar with the road's name but when I saw the flats, I remembered fetching a long time cancer patient of Hospice who lived upstairs.

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    1. Are you familliar with the area? Fajar supermarket has become some sort of gentlemen's club or something.

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  11. I like fish belly. Fatty but I like it. Dip with some chilli sauce and soy sauce. Slurp.

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    1. It is good for us I think. Fish oil mah.

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  12. RM 6 is really cheap! It seems like there's bones though, or maybe it's just my poor eyesight?

    What kind of fish do they use? We went to a fish place over the weekend too, B & Best in SS4. It's RM 13 - 26, estuary grouper (ma yao) is RM 26, more expensive than most places but good quality and fresh fish. I like fish belly and fish head, more flavorful. :)

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    1. Yes, there are a few larger bones because it is the belly part near the head. They use Sang Yu which is Snakehead fish (ikan haruan). Grouper is of course more expensive.

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