Thursday, March 31, 2016

Park where eat there

At 2 pm on a weekday, we wanted to eat lunch at SS20 Fish Head Noodle but all the parking spaces were fully occupied so we moved on to Fish & Noodle House which was nearby but it was the same scenario there as well so we kept on driving till we reached Mr. Fish eatery with ample parking lots in front of the shop so we parked our car and had lunch there. Lucky are those who live near SS20, Damansara Kim, PJ as there are so many choices for a good bowl of fish fillet noodle in that area namely the 3 fish noodle shops mentioned above.

We ordered two sets of Combo A with different types of fish. Combo A consists of your choice of fish noodle with a drink (barley or lemon grass), a prawn fritter and a mini bowl of fruit rojak (mixed fruit salad).

Combo A with Deep Fried Barramundi (siakap) Fish Fillet noodle without milk - MYR15.50 nett. No fish bones at all in the fillets so one can eat with a peace of mind.

Combo A with Deep Fried Grouper Fish Fillets noodle with milk - MYR19.50 nett. This bowl of noodle is more expensive due to the Grouper Fish Fillets with Grouper's thick chewy skin. I prefer eating fish fillet noodle instead of fish head noodle because I find that there is less meat on the fish head.

Two mini bowls of fruit rojak - one for each combo set. I identified cucumber, jicama, pineapple, ambarella (Spondias dulcis, umbra, buah kedondong) in the bowl mixed with sweet prawn paste sauce sprinkled with sesame seeds. These can be considered the appetizers.

Two prawn fritters - one for each combo set. A savoury snack which was finished by us before we even realised it.

A cup of hot lemon grass drink and a glass of cold lemon grass drink. The cold drink was more refreshing than the hot one.

Total price: MYR35 nett for 3 pax sharing 2 combo sets.

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  1. Delicious lunch. I would order the Combo without milk. Yums, yums!

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    1. Both with or without milk are nice.

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  2. a bowl of noodles + rojak + prawn fritters ....so worth the price!

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    1. Includes a drink too so it is value for money!

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  3. nice noodles.. but probably because i just had dinner, i actually find the rojak and prawn fritters more tempting than the noodles, hahaha~~ :)

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    1. When tummy is full, no interest in food already.

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  4. I prefer my fish noodles with milk, feel more complete.. :p

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    1. If can eat dairy products then go with the one with milk.

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  5. looks like some good food to me. the noodles with milks looks delicious. but do seems too milky. was it?

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  6. Looks like a very satisfying meal with fish soup noodles, rojak, prawn fritters and a drink

    I like your title park where eat where, sounds very relevant

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    1. Thanks. Yes, it was a good meal.

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  7. Parking woes, same everywhere. I would just go where it is easy to find parking...and better still, it is free and eat at some place there.

    The cucur udang looks good, so many udangs. Here, can't see any - some insist they're blended, mixed inside. I would prefer ones like yours - can see and eat them. Fish noodles look real good too. Everything else came free with those? Now, that's a real bargain!

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    1. Yes, the drink, fritter and rojak came free with the noodle. Good deal!

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  8. I like the one with milk. RM20 for a bowl of noodles, a drink, rojak and goreng-goreng is ok. Yesterday at the food court, I saw fish head noodles RM9 a bowl..

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    1. Yes it is a good price in a nice and clean place with air conditioning.

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  9. A nice lunch. I like everything you guys had. Between the 2 fish soups, I will go for the first one but I do not kind fish noodle souo with milk sometime.

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    1. Both soups are ok. Just depends on personal preferences.

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  10. I prefer fish head noodles minus the milk, not because of the taste but because of the colour!! You are really good at taking food pictures, all dishes looks delicious.

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    1. Thanks. White colour looks like paint is it? :)

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  11. Do all the 3 fish shops you mentioned here sell only fish head noodles? If so, I can't get to visit coz my family doesn't eat fish noodles (of any type)...in fact, any noodles with soup! :(

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    1. Fish & noodle does sell plain rice to go with side orders of pan fried salmon fillets and choy sum vegetable. SS20 fish head noodles does sell porridge. Mr Fish does sell teochew braised duck sometimes.

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  12. looking at the photos, i wanted to try those dishes! :D

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  13. This Mr. Fish is new to me and I need to look out for it. I have been looking for fish that is boneless as I love eating these fish head noodles with milk like crazy. I eat them quite often in my office area when the taste is just so-so.

    You are so adventurous when it comes to eating. I normally would only eat safely at the places that are very popular or shared by bloggers. Bloggers often shared updates which really saved my time and money as well in many ways.

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    1. There are other blog posts about mr fish too. Mr fish is next to Wan Shoon coffee shop.

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  14. I like your post title :) One day I must go back to Damansara Kim to eat the fish head noodles.

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    1. Of the 3 shops above, which one wilp you go to?

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  15. Fish soup is my favourite..and I prefer more meehoon too with the soup, RM10++ for combp set is reasonable.

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  16. Fish paste is also much easier to eat... with fish head, I would be extracting bones out of my mouth the whole time!

    The rojak and cucur udang do look good.

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    1. Fish fillets are the best! No bones and pure fish meat unlike fish paste which may contain other things such as flour and whatnots.

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  17. I like the prawn fritters, such a long time I didn't have those already.

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    1. This place is quite near your area so can go there to eat.

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  18. Nice! My better half has been here and when we went, we went to the other fish noodle place (beside this one) instead which was also pretty good.

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    1. Yes, all three fish noodle shops serve good fish fillets so we are ok to go and eat at any of them.

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