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Fish Head Noodles is a dish that is very widely found in many chinese hawker stalls in Malaysia. Want to know where serves the BEST Fish Head Noodles is at Win Soon Cafe. The one we visited just yesterday was the branch at Kuchai Lama, KL. They have a few branches all around Klang Valley. I am not so sure where they are but I am quite sure they have a branch at Bandar Puteri, Puchong.The upper one is the Fish Paste Noodles which also costed RM7.50 per bowl. The whole bowl is very much similar to
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Fish Head Noodles is a dish that is very widely found in many chinese hawker stalls in Malaysia. Want to know where serves the BEST Fish Head Noodles is at Win Soon Cafe. The one we visited just yesterday was the branch at Kuchai Lama, KL. They have a few branches all around Klang Valley. I am not so sure where they are but I am quite sure they have a branch at Bandar Puteri, Puchong.
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The upper one is the Fish Paste Noodles which also costed RM7.50 per bowl. The whole bowl is very much similar to the Fish Head Noodles except they replaced the fish head with fish paste. Everything tasted superb as what is stated above but I will like to talk about the fact that they added a few pieces of fried pork skin on top of the soup which really makes the soup smelt and tasted better. The fish paste was very squishy and chewy which is really good.

The lower one is the Fish Head Noodles that costs RM7.50 per bowl. This tasted superb! There is nothing in this bowl that I can complain about. Let's start with the soup. The soup is actually a broth that is cooked using tomatoes, preserved vegetables, spring onions and evaporated milk. Yeah, they use milk in the soup. The soup tasted milky, salty and a little sour because of the tomatoes and the preserved vegetables. I have eaten other fish head noodles, and they can't never get their soup right. It's either too diluted, or doesn't taste of anything at all. But Win Soon's soup had all the flavors that is needed in a bowl of fish head noodles. I always end up drinking all the soup
Hehehe.

The fish head inside was fried till crispy and crunchy and went really well went soaked into the soup. The noodles that was used was rice vermicelli which we call it Bee Hoon in Malaysia. This noodle is used because it is able to absorb the taste of the soup.

Besides selling noodles, they have other side dishes sold. And if you're not in the mood of eating noodles or maybe you're in a no carb diet, you can just choose to have only their fish head soup. The shop is usually very crowded on the weekends and on lunch hour, so be prepared to wait for table. We went there around 10ish in the morning but we didn't need to wait for our table
Their service there is also efficient and fast. It didn't take long for them to serve us our food.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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2012-06-08