20.8.14

A soupy comfort ...

Well, it was raining heavily during lunch and my colleague and I thought it's a great idea to have something warm and hot - fish soup noodles. He had fish head noodles while I just go for the fish meat noodles since I am no expert in dissecting the meat from the head ...LOL. We are back to the fish head noodles store called Hong Kong Street, at Still Road, nearby the Katong area. I blogged about this before and I thought no harm repeating it. Furthermore, there was no fish head then.

FIsh head noodles ... look at the bones. It will took me ages to finish it thus I rather not ordered it.

Fried Fish meat noodles. I love the big chunks of meat there. 
The soup was very thick and there were gingers added to it too which makes it really comforting to have something hot on a rainy day. And, it was a big bowl too!

35 comments:

  1. It looks like a full soup.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  2. Still Road? I remember that lane - in Katong. I stayed there in 1973 - Teluk Kurau that runs parallel to East Coast Road..

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    1. Stp - Yes, it's around there. I'm sure you know this place.

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  3. Same here too prince.. I will order fish meat noodles too.. Mostlt 'yue watt mai' (fish paste). No need to 'suin' the bones and hands pun less dirty and smells fishy..

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    1. Same with you leh, I also like yue watt mai, hehe!! Last time my mom always ta bao for me for breakfast every Monday!! =]

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    2. Princess - err...so you guys called it yue watt mai in KL.

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    3. Xiao Ying - wow..so early got sell already ?

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  4. I love the look of both soups. I would have hard time choosing which one to order. lol. But being a fish lover I would opt for fisg head. I like fish head soup. the clear one, those add with milk.

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    1. Rose - Usually fish lovers will choose the head but I don't have the skills to eat it. Haha... Anyway, I'm not too keen into fish.

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  5. I also prefer fish meat noodles as it is quite messy to eat fish head at the restaurant. At home ok lah can use fingers and make a mess :)

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    1. Phong - you have to be very patience and slowly eat. If got people wait for you,then not wise to eat outside. Yeah, at home can take your own sweet time.

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  6. is it something like fish head noodles?

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    1. Kucing - Yeah, this is fish head noodles , SG style.

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  7. Looks good too.. the fish noodles with chunks of meat...

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    1. Reana - a lot of meat and cost S$8 per bowl.

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  8. ah, yes.. when it comes to rainy days, i somehow feel like having a bowl of hot soup noodles.. kind of comforting to me..

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    1. SK - Yeah, and that includes steamboat or laksa.

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  9. me too!! when i go for fish head noodles, i will opt out the fish head but ask for fish meat or fish paste instead.. errr, i am "meat chunk" lover lah, lazy to go and eat the fish head with more bones than meat..

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    1. SK - the meat is easier to eat, just bite and there it goes.

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  10. the soup look really really very loaded and flavorful leh.. looks like you ask for soup without the milk?? me sometimes like to have milk, sometimes go without the milk, depending on mood~~ :p

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    1. Sk - I think there's no milk here. They didn't even asked me whether want to add milk or not. Probably, it's their recipe.

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  11. I prefer fish meat noodles also, fish head, feel like no 'umph' cause nothing to eat, haha! xD

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    1. Hayley - Some skillful folks likes the head and they have a good time finding the meat out from the head and bones.

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  12. Haha another lazy man that hates fish bones, seems like I got many friends in the blogosphere XD

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    1. Real gunners - lol .... yeah, too lazy to get the meat out from the bones as well as no skills to do it. Haha

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  13. Going to eat this over the weekend. My dad loves fish head and we all go for the fillet. Like u said so troublesome to pick the bones

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    1. Yee ling - oh..enjoy your noodles this weekend. Any good places in KL to recommend?

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  14. I love something hot and soupy on a rainy day too.

    But usually at home. Hahaha

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    1. Lina - soupy stuff also healthy too !

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  15. Brimful of fishes soaked inside the creamy soup=life is wonderful

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    1. Fabiany11 - It's so delicious and comforting !

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  16. I can't stop staring at it...!

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