UTOPIA: Fish Paste Noodle

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Fish Paste Noodle

Some time ago I joined my colleague for lunch...It was a Friday and we went abit further for our fav Fish Head noodle at Serdang. Ever since 'Woo Pin' increased their price, I seldom hav Fish Head noodle...and this was my rare occasion of having one, despite a different stall. I ordered the fish paste noodles coz I lazy to chew fish bones.
It used to be RM7 for a bowl (some years ago), now it costs RM9....Nevertheless it satisfied my cravings.

10 comments :

mun said...

Wah, yu wat (fish paste) also need MYR9 now. Really expensive. I like to eat fish noodles but fish slices and not yu wat unless I know for sure their yu wat tastes like made from real fish and do not have lots of other stuffs like cornflour or etc in them.

CL (RealGunners) said...

Fish paste noodles for RM 9 now? F**k!!! Because like you, I also prefer fish paste over bony fish >.<

Nux V said...
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Nux V said...

Mun: yea, expensive these days...that's explain the reason why I seldom eat fish head noodles.

RealGunners: once in a while I would take bony fish...but that's when fish paste sold out!

[SK] said...

aiyoh, this one increased in price also woh, meaning another "seldom" again?? hehehe..
BTW, looks good woh but i will pick away all those spring onions before eating :p

Twilight Man said...

My favourite dish!! I wonder how high is Woo Pin's price now. Perhaps, going to Serdang would increase our petrol too.

mun said...

Yu wat noodles should be cheaper than fish head noodles.

Small Kucing said...

STill RM9? The one in DAmansara Kim now i think around belasan RM liao :(

Nux V said...

SK: I'm sure u can request them to omit the spring onion...The noodles can be customized coz this is usual hawker stall.

Twilight Man: I think is over RM10++ (plus GST) for a bowl now...

Mun: unfortunately it is same price for both. This stall charges flat price (RM 9) regardless of yu wat or yu tao.

Small Kucing: yea, belasan RM for a bowl in many places too. This stall in Serdang charges slightly cheaper but still RM9 for a hawker stall noodles seems expensive. It isn't any those air-cond place or franchised shop.

Huai Bin said...

Nice! I'm not very keen on these type of fish noodles though, I prefer the clear soup kind.

I don't know, maybe the milk turns me off somehow. I'm a traditional person when it comes to this. Haha

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