Thursday, March 13, 2014

Sea Bass With Noodles In Kota Damansara

I am not so sure about the name of this place here in Kota Damansara, if not mistaken, it is called Big Family Restaurant. Nowadays most eatery shops are called restaurants. During my younger days, they were called "coffeeshops." Restaurants those days meant "high end food".. fully air conditioned and being served upon.

Okay, coming back to this Big Family restaurant, 
(hope the name is right) 
we had our breakfast here one fine morning...
 My SIL said this is the best stall serving Fish Bass Noodles!
While waiting for our noodles, we savoured on the fresh crispy fried "Ham Chim Piang"
And "Mar Kwok" (Horse Leg)
So crunchy and nice!
Thank goodness the fish noodles came fast..
Otherwise I would have ended up eating lot of fried stuff!
We ordered koayteow with seabass ...
It cost RM22 per bowl!
I made sure that all the flesh are eaten to the brim.... LOL...
Ordered some bouncing balls as side dish too...
Well, I guess everything has gone up these days...
Once awhile, we must treat ourselves to some good food...
I heard there's lots of "Collagen" in the fish skin...  "bite-able" too!
Will I come by here again if I am in KL?
Yes, I will surely....
I like their noodles, almost oil-less and lots of much needed "collagen" too!

26 comments:

  1. Looks good, I like the bowl which full of fish ball!!! =]

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  2. Reana, you're back in M'sia! Fish skin?? I'm allergic to fish skin!! I get goose pimples whenever I see them on fillets. Strangely, it's bearable on it's on a whole fish. Hahaha!

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    1. Oh really? I like those thick ones.. collagen? hahaha..

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  3. All looks awesome. Oh, that bowl of kway teow cost a bomb. I think seabass is expensive. Once a while it is good to pamper oneself.

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    1. Yeah, once a blue moon only... their thick skin is nice to eat!

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  4. tell me this is what fish what fish is a waste of your effort, because all the fish look and taste the same to me (probably i can only differentiate salmon because it's orange in color), haha!! but then RM22 for that bowl of thing, wow, definitely not cheap and of course must sapu it clean until they do not even have to wash the bowl!! hahaha.. i saw on the signboard written they are famous for 龍躉 which is giant grouper, i guess this will be even more expensive than your sea bass huh??

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    1. I think it is called sea bass cos the fish is giant? Anyway first time eating that only... very expensive... but as I said, once awhile ok gua...

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  5. What's ma keok actually? haven't seen nor tried one to be very frank....

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    1. er..not sure Penang has or not.. next time come Ipoh to try! :)

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  6. Oooo....clear soup, fish balls...I like!!! Next time take a photo of the shop sign.

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    1. Cleff, you are really into fried stuff... hahaha..

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  8. Yep, those days, we call it "kopi cha pou"..

    Eh, this coffeeshop (I don't know the name too) I think I been here before, during lunch with a few colleagues around last month.. And yes, 3 bowls of noodles and a plate of fried fishcake cost RM78+.. I was complaining how expensive it was, but thank god, I didn't have to pay, kekekeke..

    Wait, other than the noodles, they have fried fishcakes too mou? Are we talking about the same shop sin?

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    1. Louiz, I am not sure whether same shop or not wor.. next time I must take the name of the shop! :)

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    2. Do they serve fried fishcakes? My colleague said the fried fishcakes (chau yue peng) also very popular one.. If yes, then I think we are talking about the same shop..

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  9. Your bowl of seabass noodles look good. I like to eat food like this but then fish meals are always expensive. Too bad I seldom go to Kota Damansara or else I will surely try this. Thanks for sharing.

    Speaking of which even last time I have not seen the word "coffee shop" on the name signboards of coffee shops. Can you spot a name signboard in Ipoh now that has the word "coffee shop" on it? Kopitiam word does not count.

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    1. No more, Mun.. all are changed to restaurants... open air restaurants.. no more coffeeshops as before.. unless those old shops in Penang, I have seen one or two authentic ones. :)

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    2. But do they actually write the words "coffee shops" on their big sign boards on their shop front - those old shops in Penang?

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  10. I like to eat fish, but most of the time, most fish, i do not know the name...

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    1. As long as fish, right? Just eat la.. no problem! :)

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  11. The mar kok looks yummy, long time never eat already!

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  12. The sesame seeds make them even nicer!

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  13. The kuaw tiaw soup is definitely my kind of food. I would love to try this out.

    Long time didnt eat ham chee peng.

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  14. Hv not been to yhis restaurant before I think

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