It was one of those nights that I needed something light and soupy. Something hot to warm the tummy and something healthy (or rather, something that remotely resembling quality protein).
Fish is a good choice. And Ah Koong Noodles Restaurant offers authentic fishballs made from fresh Wolf-Herring & Yellow Tail fish.
Even the fishpaste in most Yong Tau Foo outlets lacked the fishy flavour and aroma for a satisfying bite.
At Ah Koong’s, they guarantee:
1. Authentic and pure fresh sea Wolf Herring fish
2. No preservatives
3. No boric acid
4. Vacuum packaging
5. Preparation by combo methods of traditional handmade & machine techniques to create the smooth and springy texture hailed by fishball aficionados
Our dinner that night:
Mine: A basic bowl of rice with 5 yong tau foo items (non-selectable). RM6.90+ or RM8.90+ (Sorry, can’t find the receipt!).
His: His choice of noodles with soup and fishballs. RM9.90+ or RM12.90+.
Could be better, but good enough for the price paid in an air-conditioned environment. I certainly tasted worse for a costlier price. The soup was alright and the portions justified for the price.
Yups, AK Noodles House – recommended for times when you’re craving a simple and economical bowl of noodles & some decent yong tau fu!
By the way. Ah Koong is not new in the market. I’m sure some of you have patronise his original outlet on Jln Changkat Tambi Dollah, off Jalan Pudu. There’s another branch in Subang too!
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