My sons took us to try some fish noodles one morning and to my surprise, it is actually called Tai Ping..*wonder whether it is similar to Taiping in Perak*.... and this restaurant is all about FISH... and now in my mind, there are two persons whom I know without doubt that they would love this shop very much!!
It is not all just porridge but noodles as well...
Nice and cosy ambience...
and our orders were being met with friendly staff....
He recommended that we ate from this giant claypot....
Just look at that!
Something "clear" and "ching"
Slices of fish with fish balls and greens...
And the fried garlic are free flow....
Sidedish to kick off as well...
Simply love the greens with lots of fried garlic!
For the bunch of us, five in all plus drinks,
The bill came to a whooping RM50 plus...
Next time I think we could be a bit "wiser"...
Order individually at RM7 per bowl and we might save a bit...
You didn't have the porridge? Wahhh!!! Waiter's hair so trendy. LOL!!!ReplyDelete
No, we took the mihoon..!Delete
I love fish!!! Could not remember the last time I had fish porridge. There used to be one famous fish porridge in Carpenter Street Kuching.ReplyDelete
Thought you guys having fish porridge but instead a claypot mee hoon. I love the clear soup.
The spring roll and green veggie were good too.
I prefer the mihoon than porridge unless I do it at home.. :)Delete
you went to a fish porridge shop and yet you did not have the fish porridge but noodles?? hahaha.. but I'll also do the same probably, cos that claypot fish Beehoon really looks good!! I like this type of piping hot soupy ching dish..ReplyDelete
yeah, next time order two porridge and two noodles then can have a bit of everything!! :)
Then none might end up eating fish porridge... hahaha.. better to be on the safe side..Delete
I wonder whether the one in Ipoh is as tasty or not....must go and try.ReplyDelete
Yes, the Larut Matang!Delete
If the fish is not full of bones one then I would fall in love with that claypot of goodness too!ReplyDelete
Fish slices... so normally no bones..Delete
I like the ching ching fish slice mihun!ReplyDelete
Me too..and dip with cilipadi is nice...Delete
This is such a pretty place, and everything looks very good. Will you come back?ReplyDelete
Probably... but not so soon... :)Delete
All looks so good especially the greens with lots of my favourite fried garlic. Price is reasonable.ReplyDelete
For five people, I guess it is ...Delete
Thought you would order fish porridge timm.. But I also like ching tong soupy bihun, especially with more fried garlic.. I can eat 3 bowls!ReplyDelete
Yes, I think you can eat plenty.. hahaha..Delete
The side dish is wu xiang?ReplyDelete
I dont know la... Sharon...Delete
Interesting place! I would love to try their porridge :DReplyDelete
Those type of porridge normally are like rice with soup..Delete
I wonder what is that side dish. Looks crispy :)ReplyDelete
Like Lobak to me... meaty...Delete
I love Fish Porridge more than chicken or pork ones. It is not easy to find good porridge shops in KL. The folks here tend to have varied tastes and weird liking sometimes.ReplyDelete
I also like fish porridge...Delete
Fish not fresh and veggies very salted. Waiting very long and staff very rude. Better try somewhere, not recommend to try here......Goh Min HiReplyDelete
Oh, I didn't notice that.. :)Delete