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Tang House of Fishball @ Sea Park

Disclaimer: Non-halal. Please skip this post if you're non-pork eater.

Tang House of Fishball
is another favorite hangout spot during lunch.

My lunch kakis (Jimmy, Ah Teck, Windy) and I always frequent the Sea Park branch: No. 12 & 14, Jalan 21/19, Ground Floor, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya.

This restaurant is famous for its fish balls & fish paste noodles.

This is the dry version. By default, it comes with handmade noodles (unless you opt for other types of noodles), slices of fried fish paste, minced pork, fried pork fat cubes, spring onions, and a bowl of soup with two fish balls.

This is the soup version. You can choose the type of noodles that you want. The rest of the ingredients are the same as the dry version.

This is Barley Fu Chuk. I love its generous serving of barley and fu chuk per mug!

6 comments

  1. looks great and im hungwee lols

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  2. LOL Sophos, I "ban" you from reading my blog's food posts when you're hungry! XD

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  3. haha.. well, the last time i went there, i can keep on refill noddles lols. dunu about now haha

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  4. I heard they allow noodles refill, but I did not notice anything like that when I visited like a couple of months ago.

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  5. Refill noodles? Hmmm. Let me try that when I go there again. I also didn't know abt this you guys mentioned it. :D

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  6. probably they rugi til dowan offer di lols. try di then inform us in ur blog lols

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