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Feeling lonely because wifey had to work over the weekend, I decided to wander around SS2 to see what choices were there for lunch. I stepped in Tang Pin Kitchen, and was surprised to see that the food was very similar to Tang House of Fishball. Seems that they were sister companies. So I sat down, and ordered a signature laksa, since it was proclaimed that it is a new offering. The laksa came, full of aroma. The noodles used were bee hoon, and it was done well, not too soft. There were loads of
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Feeling lonely because wifey had to work over the weekend, I decided to wander around SS2 to see what choices were there for lunch. I stepped in Tang Pin Kitchen, and was surprised to see that the food was very similar to Tang House of Fishball. Seems that they were sister companies. So I sat down, and ordered a signature laksa, since it was proclaimed that it is a new offering. The laksa came, full of aroma. The noodles used were bee hoon, and it was done well, not too soft. There were loads of ingredients, such as slices of juicy fishcakes, delectable fish balls and a whole lot of julienned cucumbers which gave it a cleansing taste. I thought that it was a bit oily, but still acceptable. Priced at RM7, it was well worth the amount paid.
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