Thursday, November 7, 2019

Homemade Fish Ball House

Went to check out a new eatery in Sri Petaling. Fish ball noodles (dry) - MYR 7.50 nett, iced coffee - MYR 2.60 nett and hot cham (coffee mixed with tea) - MYR 2 nett.

Ala carte pork meat balls - a portion of 5 for MYR 5 nett. The bowl of fish ball is with the dry noodle in photo 1.

My order: Ipoh Hor Fun - MYR 7.50 nett. Tastes good. I thought there were no chives...

 ... until I was close to finishing the noodles, the chives appeared from beneath the hor fun. I requested for hor fun mixed with mee hoon. I will have this bowl of noodle again.

The name of this eatery in English is so generic. Shop front - Homemade Fish Ball House.

5 hours later, we returned to the same area for lunch. Both of us shared the above plate of rice, complimentary soup and a plate of char siew with roast chicken at MYR 9.50 nett. The old man we mentioned here back in Aug 2016 is no longer seen in this Pakkopi Kaw eatery.

Iced cham at MYR 2.90 nett.

Our two meals on this Sunday cost a total of MYR 37 nett for 2 pax.


  1. For fish ball noodles, i love to order mee kia or mee pok.

  2. I love them all! Maybe it's because I am old but I do think we have the best, be it Chinese, Malay, Indian...or even ethnic. Not so into those trendy cuisines that young people prefer or so it seems.

  3. Those look like laughing meat balls. Yes, love kai si hor fun.

  4. So... the chives were a happy surprise? Hehe.

    1. yes! because I thought they are being non authentic without the chives.