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Fish Ball Noodle Not feeling well since yesterday, so my bf brought me to have a famous fish ball noodle in Kelana Jaya. Their signature food is seafood noodle but too bad I cant have it. We have order 2 bowls of fish ball noodle(7.50 each bowl) , small set of mix fried beancurd skin(4) and fried fish cake(5.50). Their fish ball soup broth is quite good, the handmade fish ball is very chewy and nice. I super love their mix fried beancurd skin and fried fish cake because is very crispy and not oily. 8.5/10
100% freshness. Fish seafood noodles which cost RM18. Went there on a public holiday and it was so crowded. If you’re selling good food, it doesn’t matter if you’re the only stall in such a big kopitiam. Some said not salty enough, some said it tasted “healthy”. What say you?
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For Opulent Seafood Noodles Located in the sleepy SS4 part of Kelana Jaya, this endearing coffeeshop is saluted for its deluxe seafood noodles. The Teochew-style dish is a luxury in KL considering that only a handful of these seafood noodles stalls still subsist, so if you're in the area, go ahead and make the trawl for a fresh fish lunch! Though housed in a humble shoplot (which toggles to tai chow service at night), B & Best's eats comes with a price — from RM13 a bowl depending on add-ons. The selection of fish is laid out in a ice chiller for the taking, from local favourite Seabass (RM13) to collagen-rich Pearl Grouper (RM20). But if you're not planning to get hands-on in picking out your fish, go by our best bets: the plump Oysters (from RM5) and the Red Snapper (RM13) for its prized, melt-in-your-mouth cheeks. Ask for your choice of noodles, which will come bathed in their clear, fish-fragrant soup. The not-so-secret success at B & Best? Their kickass sweat-inducing sambal chilli sauce. Avg price per person: RM25 Photo by Burppler Anna Wong
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