Best Fish Ball Noodles in KL

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Be it a rainy, cold, or even a hot day, there’s always time for a fresh bowl of Fish Ball Noodles. A dish as simple as a concoction of noodles, soup, and fish balls can sound so dull at times, but do not let that fool you. If there’s something you need to know about life – the simplest things can sometimes be the best, and in this case, it always is.

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    A rustic wooden shop managed by an elderly couple always projects an image of good and original food. Why? Maybe it’s because of the absence of automated machines in contrast to the skilled hands of an artisan who has been in the trade for decades. Also, the variety of different fish pastes in each bowl proves to be an amazing taste modifier.

    Seats under the tree are well shaded and breezy.

    Things to expect

    Different types of fish pastes available.

    Best with

    Fried Bean Curd filled with Fish Paste.



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    Kedai Kopi Wah Chue View restaurant

    Jalan Ayer Lombong, Taman Ayer Panas, 53200, Setapak, Kuala Lumpur
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