Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The 60's Teow Chew Fishball @ Seapark PJ

On Last Sat morning, I went to see doctor for the second time..
The doctor is very friendly and advise me not to eat spicy & fried food ...... 

So I thought of eating some plain noodles for breakfast before I take the medicine....
I went to The 60's Teow Chew Fish Ball @ Seapark PJ..
I remember that this shop is famous of their fish ball noodles and also their fried "fu pei"
Now it seems there are less customers now.. and I am not sure what is the reason...
I think their food is OK...



I saw a big promotion on the fish ball noodles.. 

WHAT .. fish ball noodles for only RM3.50??
From 8am until 11am
Normal price = RM5.00

Exactly like the picture.. 
2 slice of fish cake, 4 fish balls & 2 slice of Yau Mak
What in the picture is what you got.....

It is no gimmick..
At first I thought that they will include some service tax/government tax.. 
I only pay RM3.50 nett and the portion is quite big... 
PLC.....

52 comments:

  1. SP you became 魚旦佬 during your weekend?? hehe..

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  2. I like this type of noodles actually.. simple, clear, whole-heartedly and delicious.. piping hot and is such a nice and warm meal to start off the day.. :)

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  3. you go and count them 4 balls and 2 cakes?? haha.. but the bowl looks small in the photo.. but then again RM3.50 is really cheap!! I think that's because not much people in the morning..

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    1. Ya lor, it looks small for me too.

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    2. Tipu, where got same?

      The yau mak is supposed to put side by side and so do the fishballs. Your bowl of noodles has scattered vege and balls.

      Mana cili padi as shown in the picture?

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    3. LOL...He paid RM3.50 for hot water with floating objects!!!

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  4. I am interested to see that famous fried "foo pei".. I think you didn't order that because you had soar throat??

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    1. "soar throat"? can fly one ah?

      Am not realli into foo pei. Those who like fried stuffs wil love it la

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  5. I wonder why the shop is named 60s?? they are using plastic bowls instead of those 60s 雞公碗, they are using printed receipts instead of handwritten receipts.. haha!!

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    1. Kakaka! I also wonder why it's named 60s whereas it doesn't look any near 60s~

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    2. Uiks...The shop name not The House Of Fishballs ah? Dies....I always call it House of fish balls

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    3. eh this shop very advance one la...no written recipe. I tapau here before. I ordered at the counter. They punch in then the kicthen straight tapau for me. Think maybe they have link to the kitchen

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  6. are the waiters and waitresses there also started working since the 60s and now at their 60s already?? wow, that could be a view with so many 大叔大嬸!! :p

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  7. When sick, better to take something light like this bowl of noodle or porridge. Cheng cheng tei!

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  8. I hope you are better now. So that you can start being naughty again.

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  9. RM3.50 for 4 fish balls?? It's dirt cheap man! In KK here, hard to find even below RM5 also doesn't has now.

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  10. I also like fishball noodles and we often go on weekends since my kids like to eat fish balls. Can sapu 8 biji each.

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  11. The broth looks great. I'm not such a fan of the fish ball though.

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  12. That's cheap! I certainly would love to give it a try. Huh??? One bowl only kah? Eating alone? Where's your missus? Aiyorrrr!!!!! So kesian, so lonely one... Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  13. That's cheap! I'll make my way there this weekend!

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    1. remember that this is breakfast promotion - from 8am until 11am..
      Mon to Sun

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    2. Mon-Sun...isn't that every day?

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  14. RM3.50 is cheap! These days fishball noodles no longer cheap. But I don't quite like fishball =p

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  15. Must bookmark tis place! Where else to get for RM3.50 in PJ.

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    1. it is for breakfast promotion only.
      8am until 11am (mon~sun)

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  16. very healthy food...and cheap too!!!

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  17. Nice and simple looking fish balls noodles. Looking forward.

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  18. i should try to wake up early sometime and make it here by 10:54 a.m. before the last call for the discount order! haven't had good fish balls in quite a long time :D

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  19. maybe they do that promotion so there will be more customer coming in the morning.. :)

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  20. I love teochew fishball noodle :)

    We have one here and I always go for glass noodle, enjoy the clear and tasty soup, nom nom.

    You reminded me, I must go visit that uncle one day. It's been a while since I last had them.

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  21. Everyday must wish you well, back to you bouncing health so that you can grr grrr grrr and ahem ahem ahem.

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    1. Yeah lo, when SP is sick the blog world like went hibernating too!!!!

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  22. SP gets paid to promote this Fish Ball shop ka? Last week already promoted Pisang Goreng and Goreng Pisang!!!

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    1. Ya...so symbolic hor? First, the banana...and now the balls. LOL!!!

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  23. Honestly, it is cheap la!!!! I have phobia for smelly fish balls. Hope this one smells good la!

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    1. ...or any other balls, for that matter? Muahahahaha!!!!

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  24. The fishballs look nice. must be good, this is even cheaper than in kuching

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  25. You bring back memories of my years in Seapark. Its a food haven and now I heard there's even more places to venture into. I love the bowl of noodles and some chili padi will spice it up better.

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  26. That is pretty cheap la. Hmm...maybe too many competition kot hence they have to have these promotion

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    1. I have been to the Damansara Utama branch. That one not bad also la

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  27. It interesting how we expect to be ripped off at shops. hahahahaha~~~
    Welcome to Malaysia!

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  28. that's cheap! My girl loves fish balls!

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    1. Usually the restaurant doesn't include government tax when they don't profit certain amount.

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  29. the noodle look so inviting, i love the presentation, so simple and thin

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  30. That is so cheap! Gonna check it out!

    BTW, avoid chicken in case you're still coughing your lungs out. I love young coconut water minus the flesh to ease my cough. Both tips were perfectly fine again when i caught the bug on Monday. Am all fine and dandy after 2 days of barely eating except drinking the coconut water.

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  31. Yeah, this is a nice place, a coworker brought me here back in 2009, wasn't a huge fan of fishballs but I loved it. Very "chin tang" good sometimes after all the salty meals I eat.

    Get better soon mate. :)

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  32. Why the hawker stall here never has promotion like this, the price is cheap!

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  33. PORTION is big eh???? lol will try it someday XD

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  34. Nice or not?? is this as good as Fish Castle? http://bit.ly/NSq5dV

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