Monday, December 17, 2007

Seremban Beef Noodles

The seremban most famous Beef Noodles is located at Pasar Besar Seremban. Beef Noodles Stall no 748 was established for around 70 years ago and currently run by the owner daughter. Seremban beef noodles uses "lai fan" compare to KL one was "lo shi fun". Beside the beef noodles, thier beef balls meat was also tender and nice. I will say the beef ball is a must try. Beef Noodles RM4.00 and Beef Ball RM 5.00

Next to it was the Sugar Cane and coconut drinks stall, Thier sugar cane is different compare to others, Why? According to the owner, they only extract the sugar cane onces compare to other stall where they extract 3-4 time that will causes the drink cloudy and not clear where it has the "char" below the drink surfaces, like u drink tea or coffee.. Sugar Cane RM 1.00

Monday, October 15, 2007

House of Fishball

was here last sunday at this Teow Chew fishball noodles as people claim that thier fishball really taste good. So i give a try.

Mee Hoon Fishball Soup. RM 4.50, The fish ball really taste awsome and it is very fresh. The soup is normal, nothing special in the soup.

Fuzhou Fishball Noodle. RM 6.00, The Fishball inside got some pork meat. Taste good as well.

Tou Foo with fish paste, not bad as well. But other yong tau foo taste better then this.

I would say, the fish cake and the fu chok rap with taufu and fish paste was totaly sucks... We did not really fish the whole plate. I think ah koon fish cake is better then this. The Wanton was not bad.

Here is the display warmer for all the fried stuff. I prefer the fried stuff in puchong yong tau fu and ipoh road one. This one was totaly out.

The 60s Teow Chew Fishball Noodles
No 12&14, Jalan 21/19,
Ground Floor, SEA Park
46300 Petaling Jaya,

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Petaling Street

I was in Petaling Street few weeks back during the moon cake festival. I was there with my mum to shop for moon cake at Yook Woo Hin. Well they are the traditional moon cake bakers during the 80sa and now they still the same serving the traditional old style moon cake, not like now with chocolate, ice cream or whatsoever.

After that, we went to the famous traditional Chinese biscuit stall in Petaling Street which is the Fung Wong located near the market. They sell various types of biscuits such as Egg tarts, Siew pow, Hup toh soh, Lo poh peng, Kong soh peng, Kah Lui Peng, and moon cake as well. All the traditional biscuits are freshly daily made from the kitchen at the back of the shop.

Also not forgotten the famous sweet potato snack in Petaling Street, the sweet potato balls are fried at the stall to maintain the crispy texture of the snack. The lady has been selling there for almost 20 over years.