Thursday, July 14, 2016

Bursting Meat Ball

At Go Noodle House, One Utama, we also ordered a bowl of Pan Mee Soup at MYR9.50+ (MYR10.45 nett) and add one serving of Bursting Meat Balls (3 meat balls) to it at MYR3.50+ (MYR3.85 nett). One meat ball costs about MYR1.28 nett, not that we can order just one.

We ordered the "tear" noodle type where the noodle dough is rolled into a thin sheet and then tear or cut into broad pieces. Yin choy (amaranth greens), deep fried anchovies, black fungus (cloud ear fungus) cut into thin strips, one piece of fish paste (yu wat) and minced pork were included by default. We can detect wine in the broth.

The bursting meat ball is made out of a smaller pork ball within a bigger and firmer pork ball like the above. The smaller pork ball is more flavourful. The bursting refers to some broth seeping out of this pork meat ball when you bite into it.

You can take as much dip as you like.

It seems like Go Noodle House has almost something for everyone to mix and match for a hearty bowl of soup noodle except for those who would like to eat hor fun instead. We may go try the branch at Midvalley soon.

26 comments:

  1. definitely looks very delicious. Honestly craving noodles with delicious broth.

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    1. I read about this eatery from your blog and make a note to eat there. :)

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  2. Oh, MIL also gave us some "cheong pau" (bursting balls), but inside got curry minced meat.. Very dangerous when eating, it will burst and kena everywhere, haha..

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    1. Yes, must be extra careful when eating these bursting balls, hehehe.

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  3. Not a fan of pan mee but meat balls, anytime. Gimme gimme!!! Here we have the Foochow fish falls - fish ball on the outside, minced meat inside and it will squirt too when eating it...some gingery sauce/soup like xiao long pao.

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    1. Yes, this one will squirt too.

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  4. Think the meat balls RM 1++ per piece gua, RM 3.50 for 3, 50 cents is for the soup maybe...

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    1. They add the 3 meatballs into the existing noodle order so no need to give more soup.

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  5. Interesting, I have never heard of bursting meatballs before. The bowl of pan mee looks tasty.

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    1. The broth with wine is very flavourful.

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  6. Really interesting to find a meatball inside another. I enjoy pan mee too, but yours seems pricey.... xoxo

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    1. Here, in an air conditioned food court, a bowl of pan mee is MYR10.90 nett. How much is a bowl of pan mee in an air conditioned food court at your side?

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  7. So, it's a pork meatball wrapping a smaller pork meatball...interesting....why would they want to do that? Just make one huge meatball lah...unless the outer layer contains something more than pork? Hehe! :D

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    1. Oh, you didn't get it? The smaller pork meatball is the one giving out the broth to make it bursting. One huge meatball how to burst if all the same texture?

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    2. I did get the bursting meatball part. I was just wondering if both meatballs had the same texture, why would they want to make two meatballs. So, they do have different textures...meaning they could be made with slightly different ingredients, you think?

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    3. I guess the photo is not clear enough. After you have bitten into the meatball, you can clearly see that the texture is a bit different. I guess for the inner ball, the minced meat is mixed with jellied gravy/broth so that when it is cooked, the jellied gravy/b/broth will melt and seeped out of the inner ball but still contained within the outer bigger meatball.

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  8. I like all the pics... will go try!

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    1. Yes, go, go, go but at meal times there will be a queue.

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  9. Interesting meat balls. I want to try. Must be good.

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    1. Tasty! Do try when you visit here. :)

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  10. ok will try at MidV outlet...

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    1. I wanted to eat at the branch in MidValley today but at 12 noon there is a long queue so I didn't join the queue as I will go earlier next week.

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  11. Looks interesting, never had those burst balls before... nice!

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    1. Next time when you go to One Utama, you can go try! :D

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  12. I will go to try this Go Noodle House outlet over this weekend. I like eating these bursting meat balls as they are unique and seems like a new trendy food which was unheard of long ago.
    I love those Japanese bursting beef balls served at Sukiya too! Yums.

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    1. Please do as you should enjoy taking a breather to enjoy a good meal and One Utama is convenient for you to go too. Have a good weekend!

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