Uncle Lim Fishball @ Taman United, Jalan Klang Lama

Fishball has never been my favorite item since young or should I say all seafood. I’ve never bother to order them even after I came out to work but as age catches my taste bud too changes along! I began to accept seafood only to realize that they are not that “fishy”afterall!  Wifey is a seafood lover and that’s one of the main reason why I began to like them. Woman’s power u know?

Whenever we feel like having a nice bowl of fishball noodle we will visit Uncle Lim and this place was recommended to us by Cat. This stall is located inside Kedai Kopi Song Wan along Jalan Sepadu in Jalan Klang Lama. One would never think there’s any good food that is worth stopping judging by the frontage of this coffeshop. Moreover, there’s only 2 stalls operating here. One belongs to Uncle Lim and the other belongs to a Chee Cheong Fun opeator. The place may look tired but the fishball’s certainly aren’t!!

Dingy looking coffeeshop but lies a hidden gem within! 

The BIG price list displayed on the wall with Uncle Lim’s face on it. Pricing may look a little steep but definitely worth it! Nowadays the preparation of noodles are mostly done by the Indo maids (except Sundays by uncle himself) supervised by Kenny whereby uncle is mainly concentrating in producing good and bouncy fishball’s at the back kitchen. Asides from fishball uncle also prepares a very minimal amount of Yu-Kau (fish dumpling) daily for his loyal customers! When I mentioned “minimal” it’s means real minimal ok!

Dry Loh Shu Fun & Fishball @ RM 5.00 ~ I normally order this combination that comes with the crunchy beansprouts and minced meat. They’ll reduce 2 fishballs if you order this combination. The Loh Shu Fun (short rice noodle) is smooth and goes really well with the add-ons and the bouncy fishballs!

Soup Base Hor Fun & Fishball @ RM 5.00 ~ Wifey’s norm as she don’t quite like the taste of thick soy sauce found in the dry version. Notice the additional fishballs compared to mine? Minus the beansprouts and minced meat and you’ll get the extras! The hor fun (flat rice noodle) is as smooth as the loh shu fun (short rice noodle). The soup may look clear but it’s rather flavourble with a slight hint of fish taste and one won’t feel thirsty after finishing it all! 
Deep Fried Fish Cake @ RM 8.00 ~ So far I’ve only tasted once on this fish cake but they don’t seem to sell it anymore. Maybe it’s only available on certain days. Very fresh and without any form of fishy smell. Must try if you see them deep frying it in front of the shop.
  • Uncle Lim Fishball
  • Kedai Kopi Song Wan
  • No. 38, Jalan Sepadu
  • Taman United, Jalan Klang Lama
  • 58200 Kuala Lumpur.
  • Tel. – 603-7982 1021
  • Business Hours – 0700 – 1300 (daily/depending on availability of fish balls)
  • Closed – Wednesdays
  • GPG Coordinates
  • N03′ 04.973  E101′ 40.539

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