This is the last day of our trip, but still so many foods to try! We decided to try another 鱼饺面 at Restaurant Wong Soh Siew but again, there was no fish dumpling that we were used to seeing in Singapore… by now, we were beginning to think that there were some definition differences, haha!
We ordered the dry version with a mixture of yellow noodles and kway tiao, simple but good! We enjoyed the fish balls too 🙂 [Total expense RM5]
A quick Google, and found this explanation here: 鱼饺 (yu2 jiao3) is actually 鱼鲛 (also yu2 jiao3), which meant fish paste, hence, 鱼饺面 is typically a noodles dish served with fish balls and fish cakes, as both items were made of fish paste. Mystery solved 😀
Located somewhat diagonally across the fishball noodles stall was a dim sum place Chuan Man Siang Dim Sum 金满香包点. The dim sum were very decent and we liked the vibes here 🙂 [Total expense RM27.60]
|Restoran Wong Soh Siew:|
|Chuan Man Siang Dim Sum 金满香包点: