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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Woo Pin Fish Head and Lam's Kitchen , Jaya Grocer Bukit Jelutong

Come come Papa...hungry liao...shopping at Jaya Grocer in Bukit Jelutong tired liao lor....Hungry...I see got place to eat here.

From outside looks like one restaurant but inside actually there are two restaurant sorta "combined"; Lam's Kitchen and Woo Pin Fish Head Restaurant.

Poor Mamarazzi was confused in the beginning coz...huh...why two menu geh. 

She had the Fish Head Noodles without milk type. Taste good according to her. Love the salted vegetable inside it.

Papa pulak had Roast Duck and Roast Pork Rice. If am not mistaken it's from the other restaurant. Yup...two restaurants sharing tables.

Both restaurants also have drinks but when we see the prices...of course la we ordered from the cheaper priced one . Muahahaha.... Lucky the restaurants not fighting like in some hawker stalls where you cannot order food and drinks from others stalls.

I had Yee Mee soup. Bad Mamarazzi . Forgot to tell them I don;t like shallots and spring onions in my food. I had to shoo shoo away the thingy when I wanna kiap the noodles.

Ni ah...Papa beh tahan ...after done with the rice, he add one bowl of fish head noodles.

P/s : Anay...Know you like Woo Pin Fish Head Noodle. Next time no need go so far. There is one outlet in Plaza Jelutong. Right next to the non-halal section of Jaya Grocer .

40 comments:

  1. The Yee Mee soup looks so good!!!

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  2. Two restaurant? and two menu too? I already a very blur person... if I go there for the first time definitely sesat one. hehehe

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    1. Cannot sesat one. The place very tiny only

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  3. Indeed the fish ehad noodles is very nice. I hope I can have it right now. I like the clear soup type rather than the milky one..

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  4. Ooohh, when I see Woo Pin, I know it's fish head restaurant liao.. Very famous, many places have this branch, and one of it is at Mahkota Sg. Long there, just opposite Mahkota Jusco.. Been there for a few times to eat, and also sometimes on weekends, hubby tapau back fish head noodles for me..

    I like the milk type, but without the fish heads.. Usually will ask for fish paste.. Easier to eat ma.. Hubby will usually order the one with fish heads or fish meat.. Taste nicer one leh the soup.. Hubby always says the soup with fish head/meat is always more "yap mei" than the one with fish paste..

    I can wallop the whole packet in no time.. The packet is very big neh, portion very large.. Coz they are charging close to RM10 per packet now.. All naik harga liao.. So we get what we paid for.. Noodles banyak only, the "liew" not very banyak.. Counted the fish paste, only got about 5 or 6 leh...

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    1. Yes very famous. Got a few branch. So happy to find it so near home .

      I dont like the milky ones. Find it too "sweet"

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  5. Waiyor!!!! Your papa ate so much kah? You must follow him, eat more...then can grow BIG and strong like him. :D

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  6. Wah! Good la two restaurants share same area for customers to makan.

    More option for customers like that. :)

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    1. more option and better for customers also la,

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  7. oh, Woo Pin fish head noodles ah?? the one from Old Klang Road one is it?? eih, i like that.. but then i always order the fish paste punya, because first thing dunno how to eat the fish head, second thing lazy with all the bones lah, just pop the fish paste and makan into the stomach will do.. always by default have the milky type, next time must try out without milk lah.. of course the one at OKR more convenient for me lah, all the way to Bukit Jelutong so far dei.. BTW, i vaguely have any idea where Bkt Jelutong is also dei..

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    1. Yes same company. Papa will have the fried fish slices ones but Mamarazzi like the fish paste type punya.

      LOL...google bukit jelutung

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  8. eih, interesting ah?? two restaurants combines inside one shop.. very trendy way of running business woh, like many companies nowadays, partner sharing office and resources.. good mah, actually kind of cost-effective also woh.. but then funny woh, same place same drinks but two kinds of price.. i think they should standardize the price for drinks lah, else the one selling more expensive sure rugi one..

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    1. Coz both company big company. Maybe the HQ said must standardise food and drinks price all outlet so this outlet cannot simply lower price of drinks lo.

      If Papa didnt notice , sure will order the higher price ones

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  9. the noodles and rice both also look nice woh.. but then aiyah again the problem is that it's too far for me lah.. eih, why Small Kucing has the yee mee ching tong only?? not craving for tomyum anymore?? haha, eih tomyum yee mee also nice hor?? yierrr, Uncle SK drooling when thinking about it now lah, because just had roti with jam for lunch just now leh.. and that rice also, i want to do other things to divert my attention already, haha!!

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    1. No need come over mah. This restaurant have many outlet LOL

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  10. Small Kucing doesn't like spring onions also?? high five with Uncle SK!! but Uncle SK likes the browned shallots woh, haha.. and Uncle Anay is now enjoying his holiday in Japan lah.. he would have savoring very nice and authentic ramen and udon there lah, no time to think of the fish head noodles also i bet :D

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  11. It must be mamarazzi job to shoo shoo away the shallots and spring onions. hehe

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  12. Hardly can find a great fish head noodles here in Taiping! I prefer the one without milk~

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  13. I like the fish mihun with salted vege or with bitter gourd.. and I am now dying for a glass of lemon with honey.. just like the one above!!

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    1. Sore throat ka? Nice cooling drink. can make at home

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  14. I like yee mee especially comes with egg!!! =]

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  15. The fish head noodle must be very tasty until Paparazzi had to have one bowl even though he has just eaten rice, hehehe.

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  16. Always go there for grocery shopping and have seen this restaurant but never try it. Now can happily go in fora a bowl of fish head noodles.

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    1. can la try out this restaurant. Nice

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  17. You go out to eat more than anyone I know. Good for you though... you don't have to cook

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  18. I am here at last! Sorry lah Small Kucing. I always missed many food posts all over cos you all blog so fast la. I am surprised that Plaza Jelutong has Woo Pin and Jaya Grocer now. I am a good friend of the Woo Pin boss & family who frequents the Taman Desa outlet. I still eat their yummy noodles occasionaly but I cannot bring my parents there cos they are too old to eat anything with bones esp fish. So sad!

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    1. They have the fish paste one leh. Wah you good friend with the boss ka. Tell him the noodles sedap lah

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  19. I couldn't find at first, then I Google lo.... guess what? Your blog came out at the top of the list! Haha!

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    1. Muhahahahaha....coz nobody go to this place before gua :p

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