This is an adhoc food hunt in Yong Peng, Johor since we decided not to drive to Batu Pahat which is quite a distance from Melaka. So, what is this small town famous for?
We drove around and find that there are a lot of shops selling fish balls . We were made known by some locals that fu zhou food is popular here.
|Our first stop... |
if you can read chinese, then you'll know the name of this stall
|assorted type of fishballs in a bowl of clear soup...bouncy and tasty|
|with a plate of dried wantan noodles top with minced meat... springy and yummy|
TOTAL = RM4 for the soup + noodles
|2nd stop - Anthony Fish Ball|
Upon entering this shop, we were shocked to find flies sitting on greasy tables. Instead of leaving, we decided to order a bowl of mix fishballs.
|my bowl.... clear soup but soggy fish balls |
TOTAL: RM20 including a plate of braised chicken feet
(no photo taken cos' this dish (+ fish balls) disappointed us)
|Fried Fuzhou Meat Ball (RM8)|
My mom commented that it was sweet and not fragrant unlike the way she prepare it in Hokkien style. We certainly agree with her.