I am told there’s an undiscovered gem serving awesome Hoi Seen Meen (Seafood Noodles) in SS4, Petaling Jaya. A couple of us went there for lunch. The unassuming place is either called B & Best Restaurant or Restauran Rasa Sayang. I don’t really know which really, since there are two signboards.
The trick is to peek in and find this stall. It’s conveniently labeled Seafood Porridge & Noodle for those of us who have problems with Chinese comprehension. I’m told it serves both clear and spicy broth. There are reports that you can opt to add in abalone as well, but be prepared to fork over the cash for that. I think its RM 68 for abalone. Not that hoi seen noodles are cheap, it’ll set you back at least RM 12 (not RM 11 as the sign says).
You can order a side of fish cake (RM 7) to go with your seafood extravaganza. Might as well do the full Monty right?
There are two variants of Seafood Noodle that you can order:
Spicy Soup Seafood Noodle
Dry Seafood Noodle (the Soup Seafood Noodle looks like this too – just imagine the noodles dumped inside the broth)
I had the dry seafood noodle since I’m not a big fan of hot, soupy things…especially in the midday sun, where you’re apt to sweat 2 liters just from attacking the broth.
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It should be noted that all dishes are RM 12 and not RM 11 as the sign states. You can micromanage the type of fish you want too: Choose from garoupa, pomfret, or whatever the catch of the day is. It’s pretty good seafood noodles, filled with aquatic goodness!
22 thoughts on “Seafood Noodles @ SS4, Petaling Jaya”
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Yes, they sell morning till afternoon. Late evening is “tai chau” by different team/restaurant.
The shop is just 2 roads away from my house. Very delicious but pricey. The deep fried fish cake is very good. Agree with you, overall very delicious!
Tried before but still prefer the one in Segambut. They have a branch in SS2 beside Kayu though.
looks good, never explore that part of PJ despite staying so close by, i shall give it a try soon. 😀
the fish cake damn expensive la!
they all look tasty. now i’m craving for some seafood. the price of the fish cake is a tad too expensive (or is it the price of every dishes nowadays in kl is this expensive?)…
so i guess you are fully recovered now!? ^__^ good for you.
Bloody hell I’m hungry now.
HB, hope you’re better now and those soup dishes are not bad for you too. Jook is good with duck eggs and pork. Will try to make fried fishcake it looked so good.
Never heard of this place but the noodle looks good! Have you recuperated?
Glad to have that Google Map for additional info
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Nice posting, will check it out since I live in the SS area.
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Hmm yum yumm 🙂
HB, u should try this. 🙂 very nice also….
Next trip I go KL i go try out the one u recommend. 🙂
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that is one over priced fish cake
Emm.. I love seafood.. Yummy! If the Spicy Soup Seafood Noodle tasted like tomyam.. *drooling* Yeah, I agree too the fish cake so expensive.. What fish they use make it so expensive? 😕
HB, you must try Hoong Kee @ Taman Maluri, Cheras if you love seafood noodles.
paul: Hello Paul! Thanks for reading! 🙂
Iriene: Hey, you live pretty near me too. This place is close to where I live too (though your proximity is closer). How is the tai chow at night?
TL: SS2 eh? Thanks for the recommendation. I’ll go and check it out though I don’t really like driving to SS2 (coz of the narrow roads and the congestion).
KY: It’s pretty good…I like the abundant seafood. 🙂
chefmel: Yeah, RM 7 for that is a bit much eh?
cindy khor: Yup, thanks! 🙂
I’m much better now.
I dunno, perhaps it’s just this stall. Come to think of it, fish cake is usually around RM 4.
ShaolinTiger: Yeah, it’s great stuff, though I won’t go at lunch again, what with the weather nowadays.
Erica: I’m not a big fan of porridge for some reason, but thanks! 🙂
eiling: Yup, I’m feeling great now. Thanks Eiling! 🙂
ahbing: Cheers! 🙂 Haha! I used to vehemently deny that I’m a food blogger. I guess I still don’t think of myself as one, but there sure is a lot of them reviews here. :S
jrhogan: Me too! I live and work around here too. 🙂
tom robinson: Cheers mate! 🙂
YilingL: It’s good stuff. One of my coworkers ordered a lot of fish (and fish only, without clams or prawns) and they’re pretty generous with it. Also RM 12.
goolooloo: Whoa, where is that?
edward: HTML? Try w3schools. 😉
Darren: Yeah, come to think of it, it’s a priced a bit higher than you’ll expect it to be.
Shirley Snow: It tastes a little bit like tom yam, with the savory soup and tomatos.
The fish cake? I think it’s mass produced, but I’m told the stall makes their own. It tastes mass produced tho.
yuetmui: Cheras eh? I’ll keep that in mind. Cheers mate! 🙂