Kedai Kopi How Kee is another good place for a bowl of heart warming 'Yu Chap' aka Mixed Fish Noodle in the morning. This fish soup feature a tomato base with light, refreshing and appetizing flavours. The restaurant open 2nd branch at Metro Town after recording success of the first branch in Beverly.
Kedai Kopi How Kee
Location: Metro Town, same row with Grabbing Hands, opposite Lucy's Kitchen
Kopi O Ping
Mixed Fish Noodle, RM7.00
Tomatoes are the ideal partner in fish soup. It help alleviate some of the fishy scent as well as bring a sweet and slightly sour taste to the soup. The Yu Chap comes with assorted fish products; fish fillet, fish ball, fish cakes, fish paste and perhaps some fish innards. Served with your choice of noodle, you can opt for yellow noodle, tuaran noodle, meehoon or koay teow. The Tuaran Noodle which is springy in texture goes really well with the soup.
Mixed Fish Noodle added fish skin, RM10.00
Fish Skin has a smooth and tasty texture while high in collagen. A bowl of Mixed Fish Noodle with additional Fish Skin cost RM10.00, however, it was worth every cents you pay.
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