SS20 Fish Head Noodle, Damansara Kim

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 3 September 2011 12:48 am
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They now have a shop lot operating from 10:30am – 9pm, so whoever wish to have their fish head noodle after 3pm can now dine here as their open air stall diagonally across from this shoplot closed at 3pm

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Side order: baby spinach, fish paste etc

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dessert, they sell out quite fast or they prepare their dessert late, we were there at 3pm, and they don’t have sago gula melaka which taste good.

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Soong fish, haruan fish or fish paste, RM8-RM10.50

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Haruan Fish Noodle, RM10, they always run out of thick rice noodle, only lai fun(assam laksa noodle) and usual thin rice vermicelli (mee hoon) is available

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Fish paste noodle, RM8

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Soy Pudding, RM3.30, taste like cooled tau fu fa, not nice

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Herbal Jelly, RM3.30, taste normal

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All in all, just an average fish head noodle

Address: SS20 Fish Head Noodle

No. 28, Jalan SS20/10, Damansara Kim

Operation hour: 10:30am – 9pm (Monday – Sunday)

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Ka-Soh Fish Head Noodle, Damansara Heights, KL

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 3 September 2011 12:26 am
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Ka-Soh in Medan Damansara, just behind Victoria’s Station steak house

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Their specialty is toman fish head/fillet noodle

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more specialties

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Ostrich and deer

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Frog and fresh fish

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Soup menu

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Beancurd menu

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A mixture of fresh fish and fried fish, i would have prefer all non-fried fish as i find there is fishy smell on the fried ones. Love the thick noodle, but that’s pretty much it, nothing spectacular. Above is small (RM20.50) just enough for 2 person.

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Address: Ka Soh Fish Head Noodle (They also have a branch in Jalan Delima off Jalan Imbi, and also a branch opposite Ritz Carlton KL according to their website, but some blog mentioned Ritz Carlton branch have moved to Jalan Imbi)

136, Jalan Kasah,

50490 Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

Telephone/Fax: 603-2093 7388

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Home made Fish Head Noodle, Mid Valley megamall shopping centre

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Thursday 1 September 2011 12:02 am
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This is my collegue and my favourite haunt in Mid valley. I always order their fresh fish head mee hoon which is non-fried fish with mee hoon. If you don’t fancy mee hoon, you can opt for fish paste with vegetable soup which comes with a lot of vegetables and no noodle.

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They also have fish paste noodle(mee hoon or yee mee)

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claypot porridge menu

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Fried rice menu

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They have 3 branches (Kota Damansara, Mid Valley and Subang Jaya SS15)

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Fried Rice with shrimp and preserved vegetables, RM8.90, portion could be bigger, not bad

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Fried Rice with chicken ham and salted fish, RM8.90

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My favourite fresh fish(non-fried) fish head noodle, RM9.80. Their sour-spicy chilli condiment is very good as well. The soup is sourish and very appetising. You can opt for with evaporated milk or without.

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Deep fried fish head noodle, RM9.80, lots of small bones in the fish. Surprisingly their fried fish have more bones than the non-fried ones.

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Fish paste meehoon, RM9.80

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Tofu rice, a square eggy tofu underneath the rice with sweet sour fish, topped with asparagus tempura.

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Dried tossed udon(with a poached egg underneath) with a bowl of fish paste vege soup, ~RM14, a filling and healthy set as there are lots of vege in the soup

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Lychee lemon plum drink, RM5.90, colleague mentioned it is a confused drink as it is sweet, sour and salty at the same time, don’t like it

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Stir fried ramen with fish, RM10.80, quite like it as there are lots of fish in it, bamboo shoots in it as well.

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Fresh fish with yee mee(fried egg noodle), RM9.80

One of the best fish head noodle which i have ever eaten.

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Address: Home Made Fish Head noodle (same row with Delicious and Chilli’s)

G(E)-015, Tingkat Bawah,

Mid Valley City,

Lingkaran Syed Putra,

59200 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03-2282 0216


 

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