Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Hoong Kee Seafood Noodle House, Dataran Sunway

A couple of weeks ago we stumbled upon Hoong Kee Seafood Noodle House in Dataran Sunway. I’ve always loved seafood and besides, my parents had just returned from a week in Norway, so noodles seemed like a good way to get their system back to normal!

We ordered a variety of noodles to share. First up was the Seafood noodles in Tom Yam soup. The noodles came in a bowl filled with big prawns, tofu puffs, fish balls, lala (small clams), fish cake and Chinese cabbage. That’s a lot of stuff in one bowl! The tom yam broth was not too sour or spicy which I quite like.
The fish cake came next. Crispy outside and springy inside.

I absolutely loved the fish balls! They were very springy, yet at the same time I could taste its freshness! We also ordered the oyster soup with vegetables. The oysters were smaller but they’re just as fresh. Next to arrive was the Seafood flat rice noodles with ma-yau fish. Slices of fish fillet were added to the noodles together with seaweed. The fish slices were very fresh and the soup delicious. The fishball noodle soup also came with added seaweed, fishballs and fish cake. The noodle broth was sweet and light. The last to arrive was the seafood noodle soup. It has the same ingredients as the seafood tomyam noodles except that it has a lighter seafood broth. Hoong Kee also serves a seafood steamboat.

I thought the seafood served at Hoong Kee were very fresh and value for money. The noodles cost around RM3.80 per bowl, depending on your choice of seafood to be added.

Hoong Kee is located at No. 3-1 Jalan PJU5/12, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. They open daily from 9:30am to 4pm, 5pm to 11pm and are closed on Mondays.

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