Fishballs, fishball, fishballs. Something I can never say no to.
My cousin that stays in Yong Peng recommended Yuan Yean to us, which is his favorite, as it serve 1 of the better tasting noodle and fish ball. Thus, headed there for late lunch.
The fishballs here are made from ikan parang/saitoh fish. Just by the sight of the fishballs, I can't wait to have 'em.
It was indeed pleasant to meet up with some of my relatives/cousins, the younger generation. As much as I've grown older, I somehow can't seem to register that they have old grown up as much. Hehe.
My adorable nieces. Qi especially love to eat. Almost anything goes.
I ordered the kuey teow soup. I like the clear broth used, and the fishball was really fresh and 'bouncy'.
The dried noodle somehow tasted better, as it has just the right amount of soya and black soya sauce.
Fei felt like having otak-otak, thus we ordered to try. A little disappointed with this, as the texture of this otak-otak was a little too soft, and tasted bland.
The one must-try ought to be this saitoh fish cake. Being fried, the thin outer layer of the fish cake carries slight crispiness which makes this even more aromatic. Overall, we could feel the fine-texture and freshness of the fish cake.
Yuan Yean Fishball Eating House
123 Jalan Besar,
83700 Yong Peng, Johor
Tel : 07-467 3985
Business Hours :
8am-7pm (daily, close on alternate Wed)