2 fish head noodle: Restoran Yum-Me-Place(Bukit Damansara) & Tao Xiang Claypot fish head noodle(Jalan Tiong Nam, near Chow Kit)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 8 February 2012 6:35 pm
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Fish head noodle stall


Pork noodle also being sold here


My fish paste noodle, not the best but is adequately satisfying, around RM5


Second fish head noodle:

One of my favourite fish head noodle place, situated in Jalan Tiong Nam, near Chow Kit area, this place is open everyday from 6am to 6pm.


One cons is this place is very hot, be prepared to be fully drenched in sweat while having this gastronomic delight.


Medium sized claypot fish head noodle, RM12, good for 2, filled with fried beancurd, yummy yam pieces, fish balls, fried fish, tomatoes etc, very delicious~~

Address: Restoran Yum-Me-Place

7 Jalan Batai, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: early morning till 2pm

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Address: Tao Xiang Claypot Fish Head Noodle

No 2, Jalan Tiong Nam, 50350 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hour: 6am to 6pm everyday

Telephone: 019-366 1540

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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


Side order: baby spinach, fish paste etc


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.


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


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


Fish paste noodle, RM8


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


Herbal Jelly, RM3.30, taste normal


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


Their specialty is toman fish head/fillet noodle


more specialties


Ostrich and deer


Frog and fresh fish


Soup menu


Beancurd menu


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.



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


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.


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


claypot porridge menu


Fried rice menu


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


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


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


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.


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.


Fish paste meehoon, RM9.80


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


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


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


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


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


Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle, Puchong

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 22 May 2011 7:57 pm
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went to Soon Soon Lye Salmon Fish Head Noodle in Puchong after hearing rave reviews about this place


Fish Paste noodle (with thick vermicili/meehoon, extra RM1), around RM8.50


My salmon fish belly noodle, RM12.50. They charge extra RM2 if you want fish belly instead of fish head which i find the so called fish belly given is actually meat next to the head :\


Price list for fresh cook fish is higher than deep fried fish


soup and snacks menu

Overall, i find the soup is average, their main hype is they are serving salmon fish/cod fish instead of the normal fish. My favourite fish head/meat noodle is still an unassuming stall in Taman Muda, Cheras, it is reasonably cheap, filling and slightly pepperish, the kind of food whereby you sweat and feel satisfy after the meal.

Address: Soon Soon Lye Fish Head Noodle
23, Jalan Puteri 2/3
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Puchong
Telephone: 03-8063 5235
Business hour: 9am to 9pm

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