106, Off Jalan Klang Lama, Batu 3 1/2, Taman Desa
Kuala Lumpur 58100

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This coffeeshop surrounded by car workshops is a brunch stalwart for residents nearby. The old-school vibes and limited seatings mean that all tables are up for sharing, so swing by for a solo meal and maybe, meet the neighbours while you're at it. Of the several food stalls in operation here, our vote goes to the famous one that sees its heritage in Cheras. The couple serves up a mean bowl of Fish Head Noodles (from RM8.50), which arrives in piping hot milky fish soup jewelled with large deep-fried fish head chunks. What gives this dish its edge is the side of chilli sauce that supplies a tinge of tangy heat. Tuck into the fish head with confidence, tackling the tasty meat hidden in each nook and cranny — an adorable origami paper saucer is provided to dispose of bones. If you don't feel like powering through fish head, opt to have your noodles with fish paste instead.
Avg price per person: RM10
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An offshoot from Cheras' famous '4th floor' fish head noodles reside in this coffeeshop, which draws a consistent crowd. Generous with portions, the bowl features a humongous handful of vermicelli noodles in milky fish soup, along with fried fish head. Personally, I'm not a fan of fish head (because of how tedious it is to eat) but the ones here were surprisingly fleshy and easy to eat. The chili sauce played a significant part in the flavour department, so don't miss it!


We visited Kedai Kopi Tai Choong over the weekend and ordered the fish head noodle. Kedai Kopi Tai Choong is located at Old Klang Road, nothing fancy about the kopitiam itself but definitely the fish head noodle is worth the try (the fish head noodle is originated from Cheras btw)!

They serves generous portion of fish head noodle in here, we decided to order one bowl for sharing so we ordered the large bowl instead. The noodle is soft and slightly chewy (not like normal rice vermicelli noodle), the broth is super yumss! Milky and flavourful from the fish bones, how i wish they could give more soup for us! They gave us half a lime to squeeze into our noodle, just in case we prefer a little kick of zesty flavour in your noodle. But oh well, fish head noodle is always a hassle to eat because the fish has so many bones, i would prefer to get fish paste next time.

Their fish head noodle is good tbh, but due to the stuffy coffeeshop (it’s hot and stuffy in there, not the most comfortable dining experience you can get :/), I would still prefer to go back to Cheras Woo Pin next time… or XO Fish Head Noodle at Guan Wah (next to Atria mall) :3