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Many of you know that one of my favorite restaurants in the whole Klang Valley is this fish noodle place called B & Best at Kelana Jaya, a place I go without fail at least once a month. To me, a proper bowl of soupy kuih teow or mee suah with fresh seafood is the ultimate comfort food one can ask for.

Knowing my preference, Alan, a diving friend of mine texted and suggest that I should also give this other seafood noodle place a try – Pong Kee at Jalan Ipoh, so I did.

Pong Kee Seafood Noodle at Restoran 88, Jalan Ipoh
Pong Kee Seafood Noodle at Restoran 88, Jalan Ipoh

Pong Kee is a stall located at Restoran 88, a kopitiam at Jalan Batu Ambar, just off the main stretch of Jalan Ipoh. It is the biggest stall in the kopitiam, you can’t miss it. Parking can be slightly challenging at this area but shouldn’t be a problem if you’re willing to walk a few steps.

Like most seafood noodle places, they actually offers both noodle (kuih teow, yellow noodle, mee suah, mihun), and porridge to go with a selection of seafood, including different species of fish, lala, oysters, abalone, and so forth.

tiger garupa and fresh oysters with kueh teow
tiger garupa and fresh oysters with kueh teow

My choice of the day right after a rigorous futsal session was tiger garupa & oyster (RM 24) in kuih teow. The soup base was subtle, and the portion was actually pretty decent with probably a palm full of decent size oysters and expertly cut fish fillet. While there’s no awesome sambal like they have at B & Best, this version is more than competent in itself.

comfort food with fresh fish in soup and noodle
comfort food with fresh fish in soup and noodle

For those who are from this side of Klang Valley, this is definitely a worthy fish noodle place to check out, and Pong Kee also definitely has some die-hard fans. Check out the exchange below after I posted the short video on my FB page.

B&Best vs Pong Kee

map to Pong Kee seafood noodle, Jalan Ipoh

Address:
Pong Kee Seafood Noodle
Restoran 88
4-1, Jalan Batu Ambar, Taman Kok Lian,
51200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.202415, 101.674460
Tel 016-379 0181

Discuss : KY eats – Pong Kee seafood noodle, Jalan Ipoh

  1. I can imagine how sweet the soup must be with all those good stuff in it.

  2. Wow. After your post and then the reader’s input, I really feel I want to eat this now as I’m a fish person.

  3. with loyal fans like this who’ll take the effort to endorse the food, the place can take pride in its work! 🙂

  4. KY, I never had oyster and fish in a noodle soup before that sound so good. Must be most be many people order.

  5. kekeke rosberg

    hehehe i think uncle KY is interacting with a bot sergei tehnojam rocks #lol

  6. That’s a mighty expensive bowl of noodles but if the fish is ultra fresh, it’s worth it. I like this type of ching ching dei noodles but my family doesn’t. If not for the interaction with your fan, I wouldn’t know that there are other good food offered here (which my family can eat), so maybe I can try out this place one day 🙂

    • eatwhateatwhere: good seafood is never cheap these days, but we’re willing to pay for sushi/sashimi, why not this kan? 😀

  7. From your photo, I think the portion not enough to feed me lor, not to mention the seafood, the noodles also quite little =.=”

    • Choi Yen: enough wan la amoi. haha, the bowl is quite big.

      • kekeke rosberg

        that is because uncle already finished half the bowl before taking pictures because seafood noodle look soooooo delious #hangry #amoiwantsamoigets

  8. ohhh will check this place out. seems near to my new office .. keke

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