Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Tang Pin Kitchen

Mee Pok - MYR7 + 6% GST with no service charge = MYR7.42

Hainan Tea - MYR3.80+ = MYR4.03 - something like cham (tea mixed with coffee) but cham has more coffee than tea unlike Hainan Tea which has more tea than coffee in the mix.

Interior

The food it serves is similar to House of Fishball but the mee pok here tastes better.

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Located at No 24, Jln SS2 2/24, 47300 PJ, Selangor


20 comments:

  1. yeah, i saw the mee pok in the first photo and already find it looks very delicious to me, if there is one thing i'm not "happy" with, that would be those "disgusting" spring onions, muahahaha!! i sure will pick them all away before i indulge myself in the noodles.. :D

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    1. SK you're like my mom, she would do exactly the same thing as you do too =]

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    2. Can ask them not to put spring onions. It will save you the effort to pick them out.

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    3. Sheta, since your mother does not eat spring onions, does this mean all of you are allow to refuse to eat the vegetable that you dislike?

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  2. A tea mixed with Coffee.. that's interesting.. I never had a chance to taste one... wonder which taste will prevail more, the coffee or the tea

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    1. Depends on which taste is stronger and the ratio you mix them together. You can try making it.

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  3. Yummmm...looks something like Seremban Hakka mee. Nice!

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    1. I think this mee pok is thinner in depth.

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  4. Lately been seeing a lot of mee pok in blog posts. Really makes me feel like going to hunt them down and try it myself.

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    1. Since you like to eat ju yau char, I guess you will like to eat this mee pok.

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  5. Yeah, very similar menu to The 60s Teochew Fishballs...who knows they could have had similar owners or workers who branched out on their own...much like Manhattan Fish Market and Fish & Co?

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    1. Could be, I did not go and find out.

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  6. The mee pok looks delicious. Unlike SK, I want extra spring onions!

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    1. Can try asking for extra spring onions also, :)

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  7. The mee pok looks yummy and the place look comfortable.

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  8. I stared at the shop's name for so long as I seem to like its name Tang Pin. I am still trying to recall where I saw this name in Klang Valley. Maybe I should drop in to eat since it is nearby home.

    I just had Cham last night and could say that it should have more coffee instead of tea.

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    1. It is at Ss2 same row as Lobsterman.

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  9. Didn't know Hainan tea has coffee inside! I'm happy as long as there's caffeine hehe.

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