Saturday, September 3, 2016

Kampar Cafe @ PJ Sea Park






A taste of Kampar in the Klang Valley: Noodles (choose from possibilities like loh shi fun), served soupy or with a dark sauce, with a mixture of a fish ball, pork ball, beef ball, fried fish ball, beef tendon ball, fried fuchuk & taufu for RM9.90 - a stomach-satisfying meal with flavours & textures that feel time-honoured, washed down with pumpkin barley & calamansi plum drinks.




Kampar Cafe
44, Jalan 21/19, Sea Park, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Daily, 8am-8pm. Tel: 03-7496-7309

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10 comments:

  1. For a while, I thought I saw kampua. LOL!!! Kampar as in Perak, I guess. I am pretty sure I would enjoy what they serve here.

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    1. Suituapui: heh, yeah, kampar as in the town in perak. i've only been there once - for a university friend's wedding! :D

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  2. Fishballs are something I have not yet learned to love. I often ask for soups minus the fish balls. ;-)

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    1. The Yum List: i must confess, i too am not the biggest fan of fish balls. i prefer meatballs, generally ;)

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  3. I like they offers variety of meat balls in a bowl of soup :)

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, yeah, the variety makes the soup more attractive! :)

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  4. I will prefer meat ball than fish ball, can I choose all meat balls? :P

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    1. CK: haha, yes, i think it's possible to skip the fish balls. i just realised that all of us don't love fish balls :D

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  5. I actually love fish balls....if done right! I still remember the best fish balls I had during my school days from a coffee shop where the fish balls were made by hand but (sadly) no-one does that anymore :(

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    1. Contact.ewew: that's a good point - maybe i've had too many sub-par fish balls that they've drowned out the memory of the good ones. i wonder if we'll ever taste hand-made fish balls again ...

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