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Restoran Mei Keng is one of my routine Sunday pre-futsal breakfast stops, located just off Jalan 222, the restaurant occupies the other corner lot on the same row of shop lots that also houses the more famous Ahwa Hokkien Mee (night)

Mei Keng kopitiam, off Jalan 222
Mei Keng kopitiam, off Jalan 222

I’ve decided to give the Teow Chew Fishball noodle stall a try. My reasoning was simple, if they are confident enough to deep fried that big bunch of fish paste, it must be at least decent.

Like most places, you get to choose from a variety of noodle, my pick was kuih teow, but you also have options of yee mee, yellow noodle, meehun, mee suah and such.

The bowl came with a piece of seaweed, 3 fish balls, as well as 3-4 pieces of fish cake. There’s also lettuce, some pepper, and garlic oil, and a side of cili padi as condiment. While the soup itself was rather subtle, I thought the fish ball and fishcake were really good, bouncy and flavorful without being overpowering, they claim that it’s made with giant garupa meat, and I think the quality shows.

fish ball noodle, with fish cake & seaweed too
fish ball noodle, with fish cake & seaweed too

Satisfying breakfast indeed, would not hesitate to order again.

map to Mei Keng kopitiam

Address:
Mei Keng kopitiam
42, Jalan 14/48,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS: 3.097563, 101.629334

Discuss : KY eats – Teow Chew Fishball Noodle at Restoran Mei Keng, Off Jalan 222

  1. Soup looks so clear and refreshing, count me in!

  2. kekeke rosberg

    I always have a big BKT meal before a game of futsal. That is why my team always win #winning

  3. the residents who live on this street never need to drive out to any other restaurants or order deliveries! 😉

  4. I was attracted by the wok of fried fish paste too. I pass by this coffee shop occasionally on Sundays. I should drop by and try this and the duck meat kuey teow soup since I like ching tong noodles. Anything else I should try here? 😉

    • eatwhateatwhere: I think those are the two things to try, other stalls looked to be pedestrian, but proof is always in the trying kan?

  5. Whenever I see fish cake in the menu, I’ll order it!

  6. Looks like a nice place to sit under the tree.

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