Thursday, 27 April 2017

Balls For Lunch


Meatballs. Or in this case Bursting Meatballs. I went back to Go Noodle House for the Pan Mee in Superior Soup. And I added a portion of the so called Bursting Meatballs.



Well, they weren't exactly bursting. No complaints there because I prefer them not to be of the bursting kind (something akin to Siao Loong Bao). It would have been messy.


They are meatballs stuffed with minced meat. Very bouncy and flavorful. 

There are 3 meatballs per add-on portion. This one is definitely loads better than the beef balls which I suspect are 90% starch.


I had my meal with the in-house Pu Err, a tea which I used to dislike due to its earthy smell and taste. But the one here seems fragrant and refreshing.



This is one heck on a pan mee for me and you bet I am a regular here.


On another day I came back for the Bursting Meatballs again. This time my add on were Fu Zhou Fishballs.


These are fish balls stuffed with minced meat.


I think I have had my fill of noodles and meat/fishballs. Now I want to eat a burger hee..hee..

32 comments:

  1. i want to eat burgers too - where will you go to eat burgers? are those spring onions in your spoon in photo 1? so much!

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    1. I can get burgers from Patissez or Red Kettle at Starling. So yummy :) Yes, those are spring onions, which I love!

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  2. Hi Phong Hong, the pan mee with huge meatball look really delicious. Just the meatball can fill up the stomach liaw.

    Best regards,
    Amelia

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    1. Hi Amelia! I would be happy with just the soup, vege and meatballs.

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  3. Besar dan banyak meatball tu PH..memang kenyang la makan ni kan?

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    1. Lina, kenyang teramat sangat...hah..hah..

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  4. I like pu err, tasty and healthy😀

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    1. It is a good tea but the smell is too much for me >.<

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  5. hi PH, thanks for coming to my blog daily.... Please excuse me if I couldnt do that to your blog regularly... Internet access here is difficukt, sometimes can log in, at times cannot... And most times, we were out more than inside the hotel.. :)
    Coming back to your post, the pan mee and the porkie meatballs are making me burst with more yearnings and droolings!

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    1. No worries, Claire :) I bet you miss Ipoh food!

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  6. I've never had bursting meatballs. Thanks for this new food to look out for.

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  7. They call those Foochow fish balls, with meat filling. I've pan mee in my post today too - not crazy about either, will eat sometimes for a change.

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    1. I really love those fishballs and meatballs. I was never a fan of fishballs before.

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  8. You always amuse me with a photo of your empty bowl...be it curry laksa, soup noodles or ramen! :D I see that you're a lady who truly enjoys her food when it's good, of course. Owners of such shops will be very happy to clear out your empty bowl coz that means you loved their food. Come to think of it, I've never successfully finished the broth of any of the noodles I had, even if it's good! ;)

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    1. hee..hee... It was so good that I simplly could not stop drinking the soup until my bowl was empty :)

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  9. Their balls are so huge and bursting more juices! Muahahaha
    In Shanghai, I ate smaller balls, hence less juices flowed out.
    This Go Noodles restaurant serves a variety of delicious food with reasonable prices for their big portions!

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    1. LOL! There's a always a long queue during peak hours, so it is either go very early or later.

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  10. thank goodness they don't call them exploding meatballs :D

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    1. hah..hah..that would be a disaster :D

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  11. I love Fu Zhou fish balls. The bowl of pan mee looks yummy!

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    1. It was delicious and the fish balls made it very special.

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  12. The bowl of Fu Zhou fish balls bee hoon looks delicious. Yea comfort food to me and so satisfying.

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    1. I have been having it so often hee..hee..

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  13. Aiyaaa... I don't know what to say! Suddenly I feel different when I first read the title of this entry. Hahaha!

    What I should comment about the food? I am not a fan of any balls. Huhahuha....

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    1. What balls were you thinking, MD? LOL! I am actually not a fan of fishballs but this one seems nice.

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  14. My daughter had the dry panmee once and I'm not really like it, still prefer their smooth smooth mee suah :)

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    1. I agree that the dry pan mee is not that great.

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