Best Fish Balls Noodles
Best Fish Balls Noodles
A Tasty Secret In Pudu
Jalan Pasar Pudu
Fish Ball Noodles
RM 6 (Small)
Many years ago, I used to reside at Desa Pandan in town which is quite near to Pudu and Jalan Pasar area. The old part of Kuala Lumpur bears many tasty memories for me during my 14 years of stay in Klang Valley.
So when a foodie friend of me asked me for recommendations of some good old simple food in Pudu, I would not hesitate to refer them to one of the favourites stalls - Phoon Kee Fish Ball Noodles stall located at Jalan Seladang, off Jalan Pasar in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. It's easy to spot this stall as it's right beside of RHB Bank facing the main road.
This decades-old hawker stall sells the homemade fish ball and fish cakes together with noodles soup. The soup based comes from the fish bones and anchovies that been boiled for long hours to extract the goodness and true flavour of a natural-tasting soup.
You will enjoy the bouncy and chewy texture of the homemade fish ball together with the deep-fried with the charred side of the fish cakes. Both are absolutely delicious on its own served in soup or you can order your fish ball noodles with your choice of yellow mee, vermicelli and kuey teow.
I like mine served with vermicelli as this type of noodles tasted best in soupy dish as the rice noodles readily absorbed the flavours, thus making ever tasty than before!
A bowl of fish ball noodles comes with clear but flavourful fish stock soup served with 5 pieces of fish ball and several slices of fish cakes. Fried shallots and chopped scallions are added to enhance the overall flavour of the dish.
Phoon Kee is run by two sisters for as long as I know for more than 25 years. I believe this business was handed down from their parents to them. They have garnered regulars over the years and their homemade fish ball and fish cakes are a hit with locals.
Although they do offer some curry laksa but I always fall back to ordering my all-time favourite fish ball noodles in the soup when patronising their stall whenever I'm around the area.
It had fried shallots, spring onions, bean sprouts (taugeh), fish balls and thin slices of fish cakes to be enjoyed with the flat rice noodles, yellow mee or vermicelli. If you're a fish balls lovers, remember to order the homemade fish balls in soup and savour every single bite of the bouncy fish ball.
Off Jalan Pasar
55100 Kuala Lumpur