For people whole love homemade fish ball, Tang Pin Kitchen located in SS2 directly opposite Esso station had become one of my frequent place for dining. Also apologize that the name of dish is not complete cuz I lost the receipt. . 🙂
I usually drop by here for lunch as its fast, simple and easy parking around the area as it is located at the edge of SS2 heading towards Seapark.
A simple modern kopitiam style that filled with marble tables and chairs. .
Price in here is consider cheap and with quality they served match the standard overall. . .
One of my favorite dish is this Mee Pok @ RM 6 a simple bowl of noodle that filled with mince pork and lots of lard on top of it. The noodle is thing and the texture is very different, with its a bit springy yet do not taste like koay teow or pan mee. That’s the unique of this noodle that I like it. I always love mine to add on with chili that is placed on the table and just mix it all together, the taste is whoola~ – Recommended
A side order that we order is ‘Bitter gourd fish ball soup’, as I find that the bitter gourd taste is not pungent enough to my likings, but a few of my friend already said its quite strong and some don even drink it.
For a small bowl of porridge like this that cost around RM5-6 if I am not mistaken is simply got rip off. . . Taste wise, nothing to shout about.
for a value worth around RM7.50 I have no complain on this with the amount of ingredient they added on . .
Besides their simple menu that they are offering, their ‘Tong Sui’ is pretty recommended by me too. Among the tong sui I have come across, I quite like theirs as its flavourful and not expensive. Start off with this Soya Bean . . with more like homemade taste and I love my soya bean a bit thick in texture, and they add on with old ginger that makes it very warm after drink it.
Soya Bean with Tong Yuen that is my favourite of all. . .
At the base of it is filled with a layer of black sugar which I assume would be homemade as it is quite thick in texture and a bit sticky. . If you drink it directly without stiring it, it taste pale and after you stir the black sugar it turns very nice, and you can see mini slices of old ginger in it. Then ‘Tong Yuen’ is soft and the skin is not thick that filled with sesame fillings. – Recommended~
Gingko Fu Chuk Barley is another one that I like, that the barley was not over cook, ginko is soft enough and the fu chuck been boil till very soft and mashy type.
Overall, this is surely a great place to dine with their simple parking and the price and quality that they are offering and my fav of all is the Mee Pok and order a simple bowl of homemade fish ball to eat along ..
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 8/10, recommended~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Tang Pin Kitchen
No. 24, Jalan SS2/24,
Operation time: 11am to 11pm daily
Tel: 03-7877 2376
GPS Coordinates: N3 06.807 E101 37.240
Their noodles is fabulous..
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Looks good bro. Bitter Gourds I have alot, but in that photo, it looks delicious 🙂
hehe..it is not bad. . .:)