Sssssssssh, it's a secret!
I was contemplating whether to post this today or not since I wanted to keep this place under wraps. Most of the time whenever I visit a place, I have no qualms posting it up and spreading the word around about the yummy food. However with this place, I think I'll tread a bit carefully purely because it seems to be so hidden. I reckon they have their reasons. Most of their customers know this place by word of mouth and I believe I have read previous blog entries about it.
To get here, walk towards the back of the house and you will be amazed to see tables and chairs set out. The kitchen looks like an ordinary kitchen and they even opened the back of their house for people to dine within. Famous for their fish paste (yee wat), it tastes exactly like my aunt's springy home made version. We had ordered the minced meat and yee wat noodles (RM5 per bowl) which came full of ingredients. Even the minced meat was different from the usual stalls as it had a bouncy texture and smooth from the addition of pork fats in the mince. I also liked how they used the tiny gem lettuces in their noodle soup. We had the kuey teow which was smooth and silky. Aside from these noodles, you can also order sui kaw filled to the brim with their fish paste. Although we didn't try these sui kaw but I understand they're average tasting. The fish paste can even be bought and cooked at home.
Fish Paste Noodles
Somewhere in Petaling Jaya Old Town
Near the wet market
(Non Halal. Open from 8 am to 2pm. Closed on Thursday and Sunday. Get here early as the wait can be horrendous during peak times as they cook each bowl individually.)
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.