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Fish Paste Noodle
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Level2 2015-10-15
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The best fish ball/fish paste yong tau foo ever!!Restoran Bee Bee HiongMy mum has only seen those makan-makan TV shows on fish ball in Malacca but has been asking me if I've found any of it so far... This place came up when I searched Google for specific keywords "Fish ball + Melaka"RESTAURANT BEE BEE HIONGNo. 27/27-1, Jalan BPM 14,Taman Bukit Piatu Mutiara,75150 Bukit Piatu, Melaka.06-284 3139017-672 671640 years of strong presence! This is worth the visit! They have another outlet, managed by the 2nd generation of the Goh family :FEDERAL AH CHENG YONG TAU FOONo.666, Ground Floor, Jalan Bukit Melaka 1/2,Taman Bukit Melaka, 75450 Bukit Beruang, Melaka.06-232 9550012-623 9550 (Mr Yong Chaw Yee)012-234 9550 (Ms Goh Lay Cheng)8.00am-3.00pm (close on every Thursday)So we "waze" ourselves here as our 1st stop in Malacca!My mom & mother-in-law, had the luxury to select as many "Yong Tau Foo" pieces as much as they want, so we had about 3 to 4 pieces of each types available. The fish paste & fish ball here is "heavenly"! Surprisingly, this place was not that crowded. (We were there at 9am)The texture of the homemade fish paste in the Yong Tau Foo is really chewy and "crunchy", best of all is the flavour! That fresh fish flavour, so rich in fragrance and really sweet. Most of us came out of the restaurant smelling like Yong Tau Foo! Lolx!We had a very satisfying meal. I highly recommend this place!Our total spent on this lovely meal is RM35.40(4 pax portion - For up to 20 huge pieces of Yong Tau Foo, 2x dry noodle & 2x soup noodle)Find out more about this place here. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-30
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Yong tau foo normally goes with chee cheong fan in sweet sauce, chili sauce, or curry. In Ampang yong tau foo, these stuffed fish paste delicacy is eaten with white rice. Some place sells it with noodles too. In Melaka, there is one that has been selling for generations. Known as “Ah Cheng Yong Tau Foo” by the locals, this family business has been around somewhere near some run down cinema. Sometime ago, they have moved to a nicer shop with air conditioned, thank god for that.There weren’t many choices to begin with, but people come for their home made fish paste and fish balls. There varieties were not very attractively different or creative from the rest of the similar. But the simplicity in authentic recipe is what’s charming and deliciously attractive. Like every noodle shop, the noodles come in either dry or soup. I ordered both dry of yellow mee and kuey tiao and I LOVE the kuey tiao. No confusion with hor fun what so ever so the texture wasn’t soft and chewy smooth. The solid texture was amazing with simple soy sauce garnished with sprinkled fried shallot, chopped spring onion, and the crunchy fried lardons.The noodles are served in a mini portion because customers normally add on many ingredients. I added some vegetables, fried eggplant, and some fried ‘’tau kee’’.The fried tau kee here are really famous and I can see why. It is served fresh and deep fried only upon ordered. So sometimes customers might have to wait a little bit because they do not fry in bulk to ensure no customers get any soggy ones. It is always crispy on the outside and juicy from the plump fish paste inside. Same goes with the eggplant, rich and big amount of fish paste inside. Everything is really fresh and when picking for the ingredients, take note how only very little is available. However, refilling rate is rather high.If order only the noodle, it would be served with some soup so for those not too fancy with fish balls or yong tau foo, just order plain noodle but order a large portion. continue reading
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