Friday night, I had Giant Platter at Manhattan Fish Market. Bought the set meal from Groupon.
This platter is really humongous. According to the menu, it was priced at RM55. In the platter, you will find fried shrimps, fried fish meat, fried squid, (no idea what is on the top right corner), fries and herb rice.
Missus and I couldn’t finished it, we had doggie bag of leftovers and the kids at home finished them. Lucky them! There are 8 outlets of Manhattan Fish Market. I went to Ampang Park outlet. The next nearest is Mid Valley.
On Saturday evening after the OCBC Cycle Malaysia 2011, I walked around downtown KL for the first time in years, and I saw that the famous Soong Kee Beef Balls Noodle was open. So, I went in to have dinner. I last ate here ages ago.
I was surprised that the also famous porridge stall was there. I ate at the same porridge stall a decade ago. Now, it seems to be sharing the same space with Soong Kee. You can also order the porridge and eat inside Soong Kee.
I believe Loa Yau Kee sells many types of porridge, plain, chicken porridge, pork porridge and even fish porridge. You can also have a plate of steamed chicken to eat with your porridge. I must definitely try it one day.
The prices of the beef ball noodles at Soong Kee are not cheap anymore, but it is still affordable.
The noodle (wantan mee) is not as nice as before, but you still find adequate amount of minced pork in gravy and generous amount of greens
The beef balls are very delicious. Add some ground pepper in the soup and you couldn’t stop having seconds
Soong Kee and Loa Yau Kee are located at Jalan Tun HS Lee (junction of Jalan Silang).
Google Maps location: Soong Kee Beef Balls